Bradley Cooper to take director's chair for Warner Bros' 'A Star Is Born' remake
Bradley Cooper is in talks to make his directorial debut with Warner Bros' remake of 'A Star Is Born.'
Washington: Bradley Cooper is in talks to make his directorial debut with Warner Bros' remake of 'A Star Is Born.'
The Oscar nominated 'American Sniper' actor may also star in the film, and as soon as the deal is sealed, the studio will approach Beyonce Knowles to play the role of the young woman whose dreams of stardom are helped by a self-destructive icon whose best days are behind him, Deadline.com reported.
Knowles was in talks for the film when Clint Eastwood was going to helm the remake, with Cooper in the male lead role.
Cooper, who has been wanting to direct for some time now, will be going through the script with Will Fetters, who wrote the most recent draft, and would hopefully be involved wholeheartedly after he finishes performing 'The Elephant Man' in its London transfer from Broadway.