Hello everybody! As promised, I am getting our photo gallery back up-to-date. Since Bradley will be attending the 2015 Oscar Awards tomorrow night, I figured it was fitting to upload the 2015 public appearance events he attended so far this year. You can now browse through medium and high quality photos of Bradley in the 2015 public appearances section, excluding the ‘SNL’ 40th Anniversary, which will have its own separate post as I have screen captures to go along with it. I hope you guys enjoy and keep checking back for more updates!


HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM – Warner Bros. is keeping itself in the Bradley Cooper business.

Hot off the huge success of his film American Sniper, Warners is in negotiations to pick up the movie rights to Orphan X, an upcoming book by Gregg Hurwitz, for Cooper to produce and possibly star in. Todd Phillips, Cooper’s partner at their untitled Warners-based shingle, will also produce.

Hurwitz will pen the adaptation.

The thriller centers on a man named Evan Smoak. He’s called a “Nowhere Man,” and he helps others, sometimes through violent means. A job draws him into a world of human slavery, engineered by a detective of the Los Angeles Police Department.

The book will be published by MacMillan in February 2016.

Hurwitz is an accomplished author and comic book writer. His previous works include Don’t Look Back, Tell No Lies and The Survivor and he also wrote for both Marvel and DC on comics featuring Wolverine, Punisher and Batman.

He has also worked in Hollywood, having sold a spec script titled Expulsion to Warner Bros. in 2010 and serving as a writer/consulting producer on the ABC series V.

Cooper’s latest work, American Sniper, was a breakout hit when it opened in January and has earned over $361 million worldwide. It also garnered six Oscar nominations, including best picture and a best actor nom for Cooper, who portrays Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. Cooper was also a producer on the movie, having picked up the movie rights to Kyle’s memoir in 2012.

Cooper, who recently wrapped work on the untitled John Wells project and the Hawaii-set untitled Cameron Crowe project, is next producing, with Phillips, Arms and the Dudes, which is to star Jonah Hill and Miles Teller.

Jesse Ehrman and Julia Spiro will oversee for the studio.


Hello everybody! It’s been quite awhile since Bradley Cooper Network has been truly active, which I sincerely apologize for. Bradley has been up to some really awesome new projects and I’ve sort of fallen off the wagon in terms of updating. I just wanted to give a quick note that in the coming days Bradley Cooper Network will be under going some major changes, including an entirely new look, tons of new photos, the opening of the video archive, and so much more. I apologize for the lack of consistent updates, but I’m hoping to get back on track here in a few days. Take care and keep checking back!



The first trailer for “Serena” starring Bradley and Jennifer Lawrence (their third film together) has finally arrived. Enjoy the exclusive video below brought to you by Yahoo! Movies.

The movie is set to premiere at the 2014 BFI London Film Festival on October 13 and will hit UK theaters onOctober 24. A US release date has yet to be confirmed.