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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Bradley Cooper is bringing his latest film A Star Is Born to Philly on Wednesday for a special advance screening.
The Jenkintown native and Hollywood Star will be making his directorial debut for the fourth remake of the film originally made in 1937. It was performed as a musical in 1954 and then remade as a film in 1976. Cooper has been busy doing a ton of press junkets and special events to promote his film.
Our very own Ukee Washington will be hosting a Q&A with Bradley Cooper. This won’t be the first time the two meet, either. In the past, Cooper appeared on Ukee’s show Rap Around. The weekly, half-hour show debuted in the 80s and discussed topics of special interest for teens.
There is no confirmation about whether Lady Gaga, Cooper’s co-star, will be at the screening, but she has attended numerous other related events for A Star Is Born.