Beyonce Joining Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born Remake: Report

13 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Beyonce And Bradley Cooper To Star In ‘A Star Is Born’?.

Making moves! Looks like we may be getting that Oscar-worthy Beyonce performance sooner than we thought: According to Page Six, Queen Bey is reportedly “on board” for the remake (of a remake of a remake) of A Star Is Born, directed by and co-starring one Bradley Cooper. “Beyoncé is a go,” said “a source,” who added that Cooper is trying to cram in another part or two before he settles comfortably into the director’s chair and never stands up again, not even to shower. “He’s out to find the rest of the cast, but he may take another acting role [in the meantime]. Insiders told The New York Post that Bradley Cooper is set to make his directorial debut on the film and is now meeting with producers in Hollywood to back the project.

He’s furiously making everything he can.” The story, which was originally filmed as a 1937 drama, has been remade twice as a musical — the 1954 version starred Judy Garland and James Mason, while a remake in 1976 starred Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson. “She wants to land leading roles in movies and has been taking classes in New York and L.A. for the past year,” an insider revealed in the new issue of Us Weekly. “Bey’s looking for an iconic, dramatic role,” the source said. “She wants to make a film that’s socially relevant to African American rights.” It’s time, now, to rejoice, to celebrate life, to give thanks for a world in which we will soon see Beyonce in a role once played by Barbra Streisand, a world in which we will pay roughly $12-$15 to watch Beyonce and Bradley Cooper mack on each other. Hopefully in the future we will get a chance to work together.” “I talked about that for a while with Warner Brothers’ people, and we’re still playing with that idea.

But before we can truly understand and celebrate our Beyonce future, we must light candles, say a delicate prayer for Michelle Williams, and revisit our Beyonce past. After American Sniper raked in more than $US350 million at the box office, Cooper impressed critics on Broadway in The Elephant Man, then landed in two underperforming movies.

Also, his role in Joy was just snubbed by the Golden Globes. “He is looking to really disappear into his next role,” said a Hollywood source. “That’s where Bradley’s best — in American Sniper, American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook.” Either way, one lined-up role he’ll really disappear into is as CGI character Rocket Raccoon in Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, which won’t hit theatres until May 2017. They were talking about having Beyoncé in it, and she was very popular, but she also is very active and it’s hard to get a time scheduled, so we never could get that worked out.” When Beyonce initially dropped Warner Bros has no initial comment.

It’s gonna push her outside her comfort zone & she’s going to be with the movie & next album — Meek’s Ghostwriter (@Sasha_The_II) December 12, 2015

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