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13 hrs ago | Examiner.com
According to Comic Book Movie on Dec. 7, in an interview with Bradley Cooper for the new film " American Hustle ", he talks about his role of Rocket Racoon in James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy".
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15 hrs ago | Collider
Everything I've seen and learned about director James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy tells me it's going to be something special.
The crime drama has an award-winning cast including Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Renner and Bradley Cooper.
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Christian Bale 's disastrous comb-over/rug combo basically opens the film with a wordless monologue.
Among the new images released today from writer/director David O. Russell's American Hustle are a trio of stylized paintings that show off the retro dresses worn by Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence in the upcoming Columbia Pictures release.
The New York Film Critics Circle has named David O. Russell's American Hustle the best film of 2013.
Although the Academy Awards aren't held until 2 March 2014, several front-runners have emerged in one of the strongest fields for years.
And American Hustle is already generating quite a buzz as some of rock and roll's leading stars hit up a viewing party for the film in West Hollywood on Saturday night.
Bradley Cooper was sans perm for a screening of his 70s-era drama American Hustle in LA on Saturday.
You may think it's a joke and write it down in your diary and laugh about it later, but we're not kidding when we tell you that Anchorman 2 will be here two days sooner than originally anticipated.
The New York Times isn't all about serious journalism these days. The newspaper has gone into the filmmaking business, picking 11 actors and actresses who are in the awards discussion this year to appear in short films written by top talent.