Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper wore their best 1970s garb to meet up with Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner on the set of their upcoming David O. Russell film in Boston yesterday. Bradley and Jennifer already showed off their crazy curly hairstyles on set earlier this week, but this is the first time we've seen Amy and Jeremy's intense retro perms. The film, which is still untitled, also stars Christian Bale, who debuted his dramatic transformation for the project last week when he filmed scenes while wearing a fat suit and a comb-over wig. The movie, which follows a con artist who is trying to turn the tables on a group of mobsters and corrupt politicians, will reportedly hit theaters on Christmas of this year.
Bradley Cooper recently rocked a perm and escorted Jennifer Lawrence in her curly updo on the set of their latest David O. Russell collaboration in Boston. What do you think of their '70s-inspired looks? Plus, David Beckham wants his kids to have "normal" lives, Ellen DeGeneres announces the Finding Dory spin-off from Pixar, and there's a new star-studded game show that will have everyone dying to be a contestant!
Jennifer Lawrence covered up in a floor-length fur coat and glamorous updo to join costar Bradley Cooper on the Boston set of their untitled David O. Russell project today. Bradley was sporting tightly curled locks for the day of filming. Today marks the first time we've seen Jennifer and Bradley, who starred together in Silver Linings Playbook last year, hit the New England set together; however, both have popped up for work on the film separately. Jennifer wore the same updo for the cameras last week, while Bradley also appeared with pink curlers in his hair last month.
Bradley has been busy balancing his filming schedule with promotional duties for his new movie, The Place Beyond the Pines, which is in theaters now. He made his way to the Big Apple to premiere the project with costars Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling last week.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes were joined by their costar Bradley Cooper when they screened their new film, The Place Beyond the Pines, in NYC yesterday. Ryan wore a green velvet Gucci suit while his girlfriend, Eva, donned an orange Prada frock. Bradley made the trip to the Big Apple from Boston, where he is currently filming a still-untitled David O. Russell film alongside Amy Adams and his Silver Linings Playbook costar Jennifer Lawrence. He was spotted earlier this month wearing pink curlers on set, but at the premiere he showed no signs of a wavier 'do, instead opting to slick his long hair back off his face. Katie Holmes was also in attendance after returning to the Big Apple from a Spring break trip to Disney World with Suri.
Fans of Ryan Gosling may want to catch this film, which opens in theaters today, as the actor recently announced that he might be taking a break from acting. Don't forget to check out our review of The Place Beyond the Pines to see if Ryan's latest project is for you.
The Place Beyond the Pines may not be the best showcase of Ryan Gosling's good looks (that probably belongs to Crazy, Stupid, Love), but he's not looking half bad in these stills from the movie, which is now in theaters. Just forgive the face tattoos as he poses alongside costar Eva Mendes and their adorable onscreen baby. And if Gosling doesn't do it for ya, there's some Bradley Cooper in here too. You're welcome.
The Place Beyond the Pines finds Ryan Gosling reteaming with his Blue Valentine director Derek Cianfrance for a striking drama about fathers and sons. Gosling plays Handsome Luke (yes, he's even dubbed a heartthrob by the announcer at the carnival for which he does motorcycle stunts), a guy from the wrong side of the tracks who finds out he has a baby with an old fling, Romina (Eva Mendes). Luke's discovery and subsequent foray into robbing banks in a misguided attempt to provide for his family would be enough fodder for a whole movie, but The Place Beyond the Pines takes a sharp turn with the entrance of Avery (Bradley Cooper), a well-to-do cop who has a run-in with Luke while on call. Almost immediately, the film becomes Avery's story until the final third when it picks up 15 years later. It's an unorthodox format, but the risk pays off.
The way the film is laid out is one of its most unexpected and potentially polarizing elements, as viewers expecting to see Cooper and Gosling share a lot of screen time will be disappointed. Though technically it could be described as a crime thriller, it's really a story about a robber, then a story about a cop, then a story about their kids. Once you get past how jarring the format can be, The Place Beyond the Pines is pretty remarkable. To find out what else I think of the movie, just read more.
Spring is in the air, and celebrities are kicking off the season with a whole lot of movie-making. Amy Adams and Christian Bale filmed scenes for director David O. Russell's next project in Natick, MA, while a shirtless Bradley Cooper prepped for a day's work on the same film wearing curlers in Boston. Charlize Theron was also in Boston, stepping into her role as executive producer on the set of Hatfields & McCoys, and Nicole Kidman was across the pond shooting scenes for Before I Go to Sleep in the English countryside. Click through to see all of this week's stars on set!
Bradley Cooper and Suki Waterhouse were seen walking the streets of Boston together, and we have all the details on Bradley's new girl.