Say What? Bradley Cooper Speaks Fluent French in Paris

Parlez-vous français? Bradley Cooper sure does… fluently. And, lucky for us, it was all caught on camera during an interview at the Paris premiere of American Hustle. The clip – aptly named “American Bluff” by the French press – has since resulted in a social media firestorm with knees going weak at each click of the play button.

Bradley Cooper Speaks French

That’s right. Just when I thought I’d heard it all, B. Coop started speaking another language. So well, in fact, that for a second I questioned – ahem, Googled – his American upbringing. It was legit.

Can’t get enough? Hit the refresh button on this candid clip on vanityfair.com.

By Jillian Hudon, Staff Writer

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February 6, 2014

Amy Adams’s New Profession: Karaoke Queen

 She killed it in American Hustle and on the Golden Globes red carpet. But her newest feat? Crushing the song “Defying Gravity” from the Broadway musical Wicked before she even got to the Globes. Yes, you heard right. Amy Adams started her night at a gay karaoke bar in L.A. And thank goodness TMZ caught it on video. The replay button is your new best friend.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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January 16, 2014

American Hair Story: Tales from the Makeup Chair of American Hustle

Sometimes, the magnetic power of a movie extends beyond a good story line. Maybe it’s the gripping soundtrack, stunning costumes (have you seen Gatsby?), or special effects that draw you in. For me, in the case of American Hustle, it’s all about the hair.

American Hustle

In director David O. Russell’s film that pits cons against Feds, the stars – Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale, Jeremy Renner, and Amy Adams – collectively sport nearly every iconic style of the 70s, sometimes to a point that renders the actors nearly unrecognizable (I’m looking at you, Bruce Wayne). Even if you don’t like the aesthetics, you’re bound to appreciate the effort it took to get the cast ready for their close-ups. And I’m not alone in my fascination with the film’s follicular magic, which was masterminded by Makeup Department Head Evelyne Noraz. The folks at New York Magazine: The Cut snagged an interview with Noraz, who details every last wave, comb-over, pin curl, and perm, and reveals that, in the case of Hustle, the guys logged many more hours in the makeup chair than their female costars. Bradley Cooper with a spray tan and Jheri curls? Bring it.

And, as it turns out, the movie itself is apparently pretty good, too. It scooped up seven Golden Globe nominations this morning, including Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy.

Read the interview at NYmag.com.

By Lindsay Lambert, Editor

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December 12, 2013