Last year, we wrote about a new movie called Deeper, which would follow a disgraced astronaut who decides to go to the deepest depths of the ocean. That movie is now moving forward and Bradley Cooper is attached to play the lead.
Bradley Cooper, star of the original Limitless movie and an executive producer of the CBS TV version, has made most of his appearances on the show in constantly re-aired flashbacks (plus the time he voiced a talking CGI fetus). Coop returned on last night’s winter premiere, and his sleazeball character made me…
In the Limitless TV series, Brian has amazing mental powers that let him run rings around everybody else—except when the side effects of his “smart drug” start getting out of control. That weakness makes him easy to control, as this exclusive clip shows.
We’ve all heard and seen the stories: some actors don’t make the cut for a film or passed on a role that later exploded. It got me thinking: what would have been different in a film if you replaced the lead actor with someone who *probably* auditioned for it?
Limitless was one of the coolest things we saw at Comic-Con—a TV version of the Bradley Cooper movie about smart drugs, in which a new guy gets dosed with the magic pills and joins up with the FBI. How will this work? See for yourself—here’s an exclusive look at a new promo that starts airing tonight.
Dan Simmons’ Hugo-winning Hyperion is set to become an “event series” on Syfy, courtesy of producers Bradley Cooper, Todd Phillips (The Hangover), and Graham King (The Departed), plus Itamar Moses (Boardwalk Empire), who’ll write the adaptation of what’s often called scifi’s answer to The Canterbury Tales.
Okay, so we knew from the start that the CBS spinoff of Neil Burger’s Limitless would be a police procedural, but the first look trailer shown at CBS’s Upfronts presentation doubly confirmed it: This is Limitless, right down to the presence of Bradley Cooper, complete with added procedural fun times.
CBS has made a commitment to produce a pilot for a Limitless series, based on the 2011 movie starring Bradley Cooper. The show was in development last year, but now you can officially get ready for Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman's take on a drug that enhances the brain with some intense side affects. [Deadline]
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We got to see a little of Rocket Raccoon in action in the first Guardians of the Galaxy trailer, and in this Rocket-centered promo, we get to hear Bradley Cooper give him voice. Update: Now with the rest of the Guardians!
Watch pill-popping prodigies every week? Relativity Television is developing Limitless, the Bradley Cooper film about a smart drug with a major downside, into a weekly TV series.
Sadly, the united front presented by Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones during their shittiest times lately has come to an end — a source claims that the two have separated. :|
Cameron Crowe's latest movie sounds like a zany romantic comedy-esque Lost, but instead of everyone dying there's a talking robot. Fingers crossed the Bradley Cooper and Rachel McAdams have to teach the robot about love, but then it's the ROBOT who teaches them.
Want to see what Bradley Cooper would have looked like if he'd ended up as the lead in the cursed Crow movie remake? It's one part slash, two parts rejected art school kid, plus a bucket of eyeliner.
Legendary Pictures has released concept art of Lucifer from Alex Proyas' live action version of Paradise Lost who will be played by Bradley Cooper. Also, take a look at the burned horses, hordes of angels from another movie, The Seventh Son.
Quite possibly the most exciting movie panel at Comic-Con yesterday didn't involve Spider-Man or Tintin. Legendary Pictures gave a select few fans a sneak peek of four long-awaited film projects, and we were there.
Bradley Cooper told us that Dan Simmons' acclaimed Hyperion Cantos were among his favorite books. And now he's putting his new star power from Hangover II's huge success towards writing and directing a Hyperion movie.
In Limitless, opening today, Bradley Cooper is a poor schmuck, until he takes a brain-enhancing drug that gives him a four-digit I.Q. So what does he do with amazing mental powers? He goes into finance.
You may remember Bradley Cooper from such rugged roles as Will Tippin from Alias and Face from The A-Team. In Friday's pharmaceutical thriller Limitless, he plays a luckless everyman who develops hyper-intelligence thanks to an illicit brain drug.