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Bradley Cooper reveals an A-list director MOCKED his Oscar nominations
Bradley Cooper got candid in a recent interview, revealing a prickly interaction with an unnamed director that angered him.The 47-year-old actor and director appeared on Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Sean Hayes' podcast Smartless, where he opened up about an interaction four years ago.The actor said he was at a party, when, at the time, he had seven Oscar nominations, when this director bashed his work, while comparing it to an actress Cooper says is a 'dear friend.' Candid:Bradley Cooper got candid in a recent interview, revealing a prickly interaction with an unnamed director that angered him Cooper was chatting with the hosts when he revealed that he never forgets, 'anything mean anyone has ever said,' about him or his work.'It's catalogued, I can tell exactly where I was, and if they challenge the verbage, the sentence structure, I'm like, 'No, bro, that's not what you said,' Cooper admitted. He added he was at a CAA party four years ago, when, at that time, he had seven Oscar nominations, which he admits, 'is crazy, it's nuts.' Party:He added he was at a CAA party four years ago, when, at that time, he had seven Oscar nominations, which he admits, 'is crazy, it's nuts''This director guy - I'm standing next to a woman, who's a dear friend and an actress,' who he said has three Oscar nominations.'He was like, "What world are we living in where you have seven nominations and she's only got three? What is wrong?' Cooper recalled.'I was like, "I f***ing hate this business." I'm like, 'Bro, why are you such an a**hole? Like, go f**k yourself,"' Cooper said.
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Bradley Cooper opens up on cocaine addiction and moment he realised he had problem at star-studded party
Smartless podcast this week, Bradley revealed: ‘I was so lost and I was addicted to cocaine, that was the other thing.’He told podcast hosts Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett about turning to alcohol and drugs after he severed his Achilles tendon and after he ‘got fired slash quit’ from American action series Alias.The star explained that Will, 52, who was then married to Bradley’s friend and Wet Hot American Summer co-star Amy Poehler, helped him realise he was suffering from addiction issues after the pair attended a party together.Arrested Development actor Will was unimpressed by Bradley’s attempts at ‘mean humour’ and said he was acting like a ‘real a**hole’ during the evening.Bradley explained: ‘That was the first time I realised I had a problem with drugs and alcohol and it was Will saying that to me, and I’ll just never forget it.’However, the star acknowledged that while he was ‘totally depressed’, he is thankful he experienced the issues while he was young and before the peak of his fame.‘I will say this: I did have the benefit of that happening when I was 29,’ he said.‘So at 29, it wasn’t really until [The] Hangover – I was 36 when I did The Hangover – so I got to go through all of those things before fame even played into my existence on a daily level.’Bradley starred as Phil in the award-winning comedy The Hangover, which was released in 2009.
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Jason Bateman teases ‘Ozark’ finale: “A happy ending, but they’re limping”
Ozark‘s upcoming finale, suggesting it will be “a happy ending, but they’re limping”.The Netflix crime drama is due to conclude with the second part of season four, due later this week on April 29.Bateman, who plays lead character Marty Byrde on the show, recently appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, where he opened up about how they mapped out the final episodes.“With the final season, the whole thing was like, ‘Well, how are we gonna end it?’ Should the Byrde family pay a bill, you know? Like, should they get away with it? Should they not?” he revealed.Bateman went on to recall a conversation with showrunner Chris Mundy, where they admitted they “want it to be a happy ending, but there’s got to be a little of a, ‘Well, is it happy for them?'”He added: “Hopefully, the audience will think, ‘Ah, they’ve kind of threaded the needle between a happy ending, but they’re limping’.”Ozark follows Marty and Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney), as they find themselves in a money-laundering operation in the Ozarks, Missouri when a scheme for a Mexican drug cartel goes wrong.The final episodes are set to pick up as Ruth (Julia Garner) is out for vengeance after the murder of cousin Wyatt.The logline reveals: “Marty and Wendy are rid of Helen and climb to the top of Navarro’s empire. They find another opportunity to get out of the Ozarks but some past sins won’t stay buried and the most dangerous threats come from blood.” Showrunner Chris Mundy previously revealed to TVLine that the second part of season four will start directly after the events of the last episode.“We pick up right away,” Mundy said.
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