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Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper get their awkward on in 'Silver Linings Playbook' trailer

Jennifer Lawrence is keeping busy filming and promoting her roles in two major franchises, but she’s still finding time to create chemistry with Bradley Cooper in the upcoming David O. Russell film, Silver Linings Playbook. The movie’s first trailer hit the web today.

Lawrence and Cooper play next-door neighbors who bond over their bouts with mental illness. It starts off with some adorably awkward encounters, then leads into Lawrence following Cooper on his morning run (and hey, who wouldn’t be tempted to chase after a neighbor that looked like Bradley Cooper, even if he is inexplicably donning a trash bag?). The clip continues with some glimpses of the pair trying out ballroom dancing.

Silver Linings Playbook also reunites Cooper with Robert De Niro (they both starred in last year’s Limitless). Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: 'Thor 2,' 'Iron Man 3' land new villains. Plus: Anthony Hopkins, Bradley Cooper, Owen Wilson, Olivia Wilde

• Speaking of Thor 2, that sequel may stand in the way of Anthony Hopkins joining another sequel, RED 2. Hopkins would play a baddie in the latter film — which will star Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, and Catherine Zeta-Jones — but his involvement hinges on his ability to schedule around playing Odin in Thor 2. [Deadline]

• Elsewhere in the Marvel-verse, two actors have signed onto Iron Man 3, which just started filming this week. One is quite familiar: Jon Favreau will return to play Tony Stark bodyguard Happy Hogan, notable since Favreau passed the directing reins for the franchise to Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang). And actor Ashley Hamilton (Sunset Beach) is in talks to get in Stark’s way as the cyborg Firepower, alongside villains played by James Badge Dale and Ben Kingsley. [THRVariety]


Bradley Cooper has a way with 'The Words' -- VIDEO

In Limitless, Bradley Cooper played a struggling writer who stumbles upon the secret to genius. It’s a theme that reappears in The Words, Cooper’s Sundance film about a semi-talented novelist who, in a moment of desperation, cuts some corners to become the celebrity scribe he’s always dreamed of being. “I’m not who I thought I was and I’m terrified that I never will be,” he confesses to his gorgeous wife (Zoe Saldana) before a fateful opportunity presents itself. In this case, it’s not a magic pill that opens the door to fame; rather, he finds an abandoned manuscript and decides to publish it as his own. But with every gift, there is a curse. Watch the trailer below. READ FULL STORY

'Hit and Run' trailer: Dax Shepard is sorry for that thing that happened to Bradley Cooper in prison

The trailer for Hit and Run opens with an adorable intro from real-life couple Dax Shepard (who co-wrote, co-directed, and stars in the road comedy, out this August) and Kristen Bell (who costars as Shepard’s girlfriend). It’s got buffoonery from Tom Arnold as the federal officer overseeing Shepard’s witness protection, and it features Bradley Cooper in blond dreadlocks, barging in on a senior-citizen swinger party.

But your feelings about the film likely hinge on how funny you find prison rape.

Check out the trailer below:  READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Penelope Cruz may romance 'The Counselor.' Plus: Bradley Cooper, Tony Danza

Bradley Cooper is in talks to join Christian Bale in the MPAA-baiting American Bulls—, about “Abscam,” the F.B.I. sting that resulted in the conviction of a U.S. senator and several U.S. congressmen in the early 1980s. David O. Russell is attached to possibly direct. [Deadline]

• Best double-take news of the day: Joseph Gordon-Levitt has cast his Angels in the Outfield costar Tony Danza in Gordon-Levitt’s untitled directorial debut, about a 21st-century Don Juan (Gordon-Levitt) out to mend his ways. Scarlett Johansson and Julianne Moore costar. [Variety]

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Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in 'Serena' -- FIRST LOOK PHOTO

Before she pulls out her bow and arrow again for Catching Fire, Jennifer Lawrence is filming Serena with Bradley Cooper. In the film, Lawrence and Cooper play newlyweds George and Serena Pemberton, who head to the mountains of North Carolina to create a timber empire in 1929.

It shouldn’t be too much of a stretch for Lawrence, whose rattle-snake hunting and pelt-wearing Serena proves to be more than just a simple housewife, standing by her husband as they destroy anyone who gets in their way. When Serena learns she can never have children, she becomes determined to kill the woman who gave birth to George’s illegitimate son before he and Serena were married. Of course that idea doesn’t sit too well with George.


Bradley Cooper, devil no more: 'Paradise Lost' adaptation abandoned by Legendary Pictures

Legendary Pictures has pulled the plug on its budget-busting adaptation of John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost, EW has confirmed. The film was due to star Bradley Cooper as Lucifer — a.k.a. Satan, whose angelic rebellion against God in Heaven leads to his banishment to Hell — as well as Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter) as the archangel Michael, Diego Boneta (Rock of Ages) as Adam, and Camilla Belle (10,000 B.C.) as Eve. Alex Proyas (I, Robot; Dark City) was set to direct.  READ FULL STORY

Sundance: 'The Words' Bradley Cooper on being 'creatively stymied' in his own career

In The Words, the Sundance film that sold to CBS Films last weekend for $2 million and officially premiered Friday night in Park City, Bradley Cooper plays Rory Jansen, a struggling New York novelist whose manuscript is politely turned down by a literary agent. He is devastated by the sudden realization that he’s not destined for literary greatness, and he can no longer keep his suffocating fears of unmet expectations from his ever-supportive wife (Zoe Saldana). “I’m not who I thought I was and I’m terrified that I never will be!” he explodes after a disastrous dinner with their wealthy New York friends.

It’s a feeling Cooper admits he can relate to. People‘s reigning Sexiest Man Alive has been a successful actor for more than a decade, but it wasn’t until The Hangover in 2009 that he became an A-list superstar. Prior to that, there were occasional dry spells in between the Aliases and the Wedding Crashers. “For sure, I’ve been creatively stymied at periods and wanted to be a bigger part of the storytelling process,” says Cooper. “I’ve been in certain jobs from the time I’ve been able to make a living as an actor where I’ve been frustrated. But that said, I’ve also had the huge gift of very simple things please me, so I do really find a lot of joy in very little things.” READ FULL STORY

Sundance: Bradley Cooper drama 'The Words,' Kate Bosworth thriller 'Black Rock' picked up

In the first major deal of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, CBS Films has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to the Bradley Cooper drama The Words for $2 million, EW has confirmed. About a struggling writer who becomes a literary megastar after he passes off a lost manuscript as his own, the film also stars Zoe Saldana, Jeremy Irons, Olivia Wilde, and Dennis Quaid, and is the directorial debut for co-writers Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal. READ FULL STORY

'The Grey': Watch a clip of Liam Neeson from the upcoming survival flick! -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

You’ve seen the multiple trailers — Liam Neeson and wolves not once, but twice! — and read our preview of the cold-weather survival flick The Grey that will storm theaters on Jan. 27. And you probably even read how Neeson actually replaced the much younger actor Bradley Cooper in the flick’s lead role of a security guy from an Alaskan oil rig who gets stranded after his plane goes down. But now, here’s a glimpse at a scene from the movie: EW is happy to premiere an exclusive, 35-second snippet from The Grey that finds a sage-y and grizzled Neeson fighting the cold and telling his compatriots how they should proceed to avoid the advances of the coming wolf pack. Yikes!

Before we leave you with the clip, though, we thought we’d share with you a pretty cool opportunity to win a chance to see an advance screening of The Grey in a city near you: To win a pair of passes, all you have to do is follow EW’s Twitter account @EW for details on how you can make those tickets yours! Interested or not, check out the exclusive clip of The Grey here:


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