Now that Bradley Cooper is a single man, could he be making his move on “work wife” Jennifer Lawrence? The two stars were spotted leaving the same hotel the day… READ ON
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"Animals can come down with post-traumatic stress the same as people can." If for some reason you thought American Sniper would be better with a dog than Bradley Cooper, we have some good news. Max is just that, as the film from Remember...Show More Summary
Luke Evans is the latest actor — joining Bradley Cooper, Channing Tatum, and Alexander Skarsgard — to drop out of the proposed reboot of The Crow. But luckily for fans of the gothic superhero, Jack Huston has stepped in to take over the role, and we're totally sure it's definitely gonna work out this time around. We [...]
Reginald Bradley, 28, was arrested after police found the body of Kenneth Clark, 28, in front of a Harvey apartment building just after 12:30 p.m. Saturday, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office said.
Charlotte Hornets big man Cody Zeller looked nimble as a gazelle when he got a huge block in on Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal on Monday night. The fourth overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft showed off his closeout speed on the first-quarter breakaway and rose to stuff the athletic Beal at the rim. [NBA] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
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“The Elephant Man” star Bradley Cooper has his trunk packed for the Oscars, but he'll take the stage one last time.
Bradley Cooper will be the first to dismiss the notion that he’s sexy. Having made one-off appearances in series like Sex and the City and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, as well as being part of the comedic ensemble of David Wain’s...Show More Summary
Leading social conservative activist Tony Perkins has labeled the U.S. Army's recent approval of inmate Bradley Manning's sex reassignment hormone therapy as a sign that the Obama administration is more devoted to serving convicted traitors than helping the well-deserving veterans who have risked their lives to protect America.
Bradley's living every man's dream.
Chelsea Manning will reportedly receive taxpayer-funded hormone therapy for a sex change while serving a 35-year sentence at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Formerly Pfc. Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army intelligence analyst who is now transitioning...Show More Summary
Yes, according to Politico, Bradley Manning now works for the UK’s Guardian. I guess they have a pretty liberal telework policy; Manning, previously known as Bradley Manning, was an Army private who was convicted in 2013 and is serving a 35-year term for leaking national security materials to WikiLeaks. She will write “occasionally from Fort […]
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The Guardian's U.S. news wing announced on Tuesday that it has hired Chelsea Manning (formerly known as Bradley Manning) as a contributing opinion writer.
Bradley Cooper is attached to star in and produce 'Orphan X' for Warner Bros., following a mysterious man who helps others in need. [...]
And the Oscar for Man Riding Subway goes to Bradley Cooper. Cooper, an Oscar nominee for his role in "American Sniper," has been spotted by photographers multiple times on the New York subway in the last few months. Cooper, who is performing...Show More Summary
Shit's rough for the Wizards these days, man. After a few months of hanging steady near the top of the East and raking in national praise for their fun young backcourt duo of John Wall and Bradley Beal, they've dumped five in a row, seven of nine, and have been overtaken by the refurbished and newly wakeful Cavs. Show More Summary
Post by Lisa Fogarty. With the film American Sniper, Hollywood took a great story, found what some might call an unlikely leading man in Bradley Cooper, and pissed off just enough people to make everyone want to check it out for themselves. Show More Summary
When last we checked in, the TV adaptation of the Bradley Cooper film Limitless was optioned by CBS, propelled along by the seemingly open-ended nature of a story about a man who takes an experimental drug, becomes super smart, and ends up running for the U.S. Show More Summary