New Zealand’s film classification board successfully lobbied to get a content warning added to the beginning of A Star Is Born, after multiple viewers reportedly complained about the film’s shocking ending. Spoiler ahead.
Barbra Streisand, star of the 1976 version of A Star Is Born, says she’s only seen the beginning of the new Bradley Cooper one, and guess what? That’s fine.
PETA recently created and awarded the inaugural “Compassion in Film Award” to Bradley Cooper, for casting his own dog, labradoodle Charlie, in A Star Is Born. Charlie also happens to be one of the best things about the film, and the cutest damn mop-with-a-face we’ve ever seen—seriously, just look at him. Bradley,…
Once, there was an ass (in those jeans), that launched a thousand A Star Is Born fans.
Do I even need to announce that there are A STAR IS BORN SPOILERS AHEAD!!!! at this point? I mean, everyone who was gonna see it has seen it by now, right?
There is nothing Hollywood loves more than working through its complex relationship to the very notion of fame. And in A Star Is Born, Hollywood tries on a theory borrowed from one of its own founding genres, the Western, rendering fame as a kind of Manifest Destiny.
Bradley Cooper, auteur, has really been on one during the press tour for A Star Is Born. Watch him say things like “I’ve really been awakened to the phenomenon of singing,” then watch it again because, hey, I just wanted to take another look at you.
We can’t stop thinking about A Star is Born—2018's remake of the 1976 remake of the 1954 remake of the 1937 film (itself conspicuously similar to a 1932 film), but fortunately, there’s a lot to explore.
The Academy Awards are about four-and-a-half months away, which means it’s time we talk about who! will! win! the! awards! Before it’s too late!
A Star Is Born dragged my heart all around for months and months before I could even experience it. On paper, it sounded like a disaster: a vanity project from Bradley Cooper (who in addition to starring would be making his writer/director debut) featuring Lady Gaga (whose prior acting was mostly wooden, Golden Globe…
If it seemed like A Star Is Born was christened a classic before it was even released, that’s because yes, the movie has been impossible to escape. There’s been months of marketing, memes, and a wealth of press (a lot of it from this website), throughout which Bradley Cooper somehow graduated from hottest man alive to …
The question you should be asking of the upcoming film A Star Is Born is not “Can Lady Gaga act?” (because I already think she can) but rather “Can Bradley Cooper direct?”
A star—Bradley Cooper—is soon to be born. And he’s not just as an actor, not just a Lady Gaga discoverer or People’s “un-fuckable” 2011 Sexiest Man (his words), not just a millionaire dedicated to perpetuating the myth that he’s a perennial “underdog... not a leading man” (once again, straight from his mouth.) No.…
Because I feel compelled to bookend all moments of sincerity with jokes, this post begins with the above image and headline. “Hey,” Jackson (Bradley Cooper) is saying to Ally (Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta) in the moment captured above. “I just wanted to take another look at you.”
A Star Is Born comes out October 5, but Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga will probably be singing each other’s praises until the end of time, for they have been fawning over each other in the press for so long that I cannot remember a time or era when they did not know each other’s names.
Of all the naysayers who spat at the idea of another remake of A Star Is Born, it turns out Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder was one of the most vocal. In an interview with Yahoo! Entertainment, Bradley Cooper, a star who was born, explained that his performance in the movie is inspired by Vedder, who “thought it was crazy I…
Lady Gaga looked absolutely aahhhhhhhhAHHHHHahhhhaaaaaaaa ahhhhhhAHahhhaAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHgreatat the Los Angeles premiere of A Star is Born Monday night.
Bradley Cooper, the star and co-writer/director of the upcoming third remake of A Star Is Born, said in a recent interview that he was unaware of the sexual harassment allegations against one of the people credited as producer on his movie, the notorious Jon Peters.
The A Star Is Born press circuit has been extremely tear-stained and this week is no different. Mind you these are exalted tears of intense appreciation for fellow cast mates tinged with bittersweet emotions, for they cannot help but contrast the inexplicable joy of being part of the A Star Is Born cast with all that…