Bradley Cooper

The "A Star Is Born" co-stars shared a sweet moment at the ceremony.
The "Nightmare Alley" star told Stephen Colbert how the famous filmmaker appeared to be walking out on "A Star Is Born" screening.
“I realized I had gotten way, way too comfortable in the city. My guard was down," the actor told Dax Shepard on his "Armchair Expert" podcast.
The music legend, who starred in the '70s remake of the film, said she thought the latest version was the "wrong idea."
The "A Star Is Born" actor got real about his coronavirus self-isolation.
The 11-time Grammy winner reclaims her spot as a pop visionary with her first new solo single and video in more than three years.
The two actors, who quietly dated from 2009 to 2011, bumped into each other at the ceremony.
The "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" actor credited Cooper for helping turn his life around in a heartfelt acceptance speech.