Ukee Washington talked with Bradley Cooper about his new film “Silver Linings Playbook.”
No need to look for the silver lining in “Silver Linings Playbook” — there isn’t a cloud in the sky of this wonderfully entertaining quirkfest.
Andrew Greenblatt, executive director of the Philadelphia Film Society says it’s that time of the year again when movie buffs congregate.
Like the final weekend of summer, the first weekend of fall was soft at the box office, to say the least. The result was the first weekend in four years in which no movie earned as much as $10 million.
With the escapist summer movie season in the books, the 2012 Oscar races will soon be coming into view as the serious-minded fall feature films taxi down the runway.
This melodrama is a serious-minded film that falls a tad short in the execution of its ambitious concept, but not so much that it squanders the respect it’s already earned.
It’s been described as a movie within a book within a story, but our Nicole Brewer got an inside look at “The Words,” when she sat down with the star (and executive producer) of the film Bradley Cooper, as well as the writers and directors Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal.
Bradley Cooper, the Jenkintown, Pa. native turned Hollywood actor, was in town promoting his new film “The Words.”
So what do June, July, and August have in store for us as mainstream attractions compete for box office dollars? Plenty!
Who would be your dream celebrity guest? You decide!
This week a couple of French filmmakers highlight the week’s video list.
Rarely has a movie entered the marketplace depending so completely on the goodwill and memories of its core audience, as generated by its predecessor.
What will moviegoers be looking forward to, flocking to, then fleeing from or returning to, on theatre screens between now and late August?
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Hollywood star and Jenkintown native Bradley Cooper stopped by the Talk Philly studios to talk about the “Hangover II.” Watch Ukee’s interview with Bradley Cooper …
Five movies, two holdovers and three new titles, competed for the attention of moviegoers, each breaking the $10 million mark but none breaking the $20 million mark.