For "Maestro," Bradley Cooper transformed into Leonard Bernstein

For “Maestro,” Bradley Cooper transformed into Leonard Bernstein

via the Associated Press

Bradley Cooper attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the “In America: An Anthology of Fashion” exhibition on Monday, May 2, 2022, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini / Invision / AP)

CINEMA – Unrecognizable. Hard to find the best adjective to describe the look of Bradley Cooper and Leonard Bernstein for Teacherhis next film expected in 2023. Netflix unveiled this Monday, May 30, a first series of photos showing the Hollywood actor, also a feature film director, in the guise of the legendary American conductor.

It goes without saying that Chris Kyle’s performer in American Sniper more than invested in the role. As you can see in the pictures belowhe embodies the composer of West Side Story at various times in his life, being completely metamorphosed to the older version.


Bradley Cooper unrecognizable as Leonard Bernstein on the set of “Maestro.”


Bradley Cooper will play composer Leonard Bernstein in “Maestro.”

Carey Mulligan can also be seen beside her (Drive), who lends his features to Felicia Montealegre, wife of Leonard Bernstein. The rest of the cast is Matt Bomer (The Sinner) and Maya Hawke (Stranger Things).


Bradley Cooper plays Carey Mulligan in “Maestro.”


Carey Mulligan plays Felicia Montealegre as Leonard Berstein’s wife (played by Bradley Cooper) in “Maestro.”

Four years later A Star is BornBradley Cooper is once again immersing himself in the world of music with this biopic, which he also co-wrote the screenplay with Josh Singer (Oscar-winning Spotlight in 2016).

He almost failed to make the film, as Steven Spielberg was initially in charge of the project. The filmmaker, who still co-produced Teacherhad finally entrusted him with the reins after seeing A Star is Born.

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