Home Celebrity Bradley Cooper Stars in Maestro, the Leonard Bernstein Biopic

Bradley Cooper Stars in Maestro, the Leonard Bernstein Biopic

0
Bradley Cooper Stars in Maestro, the Leonard Bernstein Biopic
Photo - Gq

There’s this movie called “Maestro,” and it’s directed by Cooper. And it’s all about this super famous music guy who made ‘West Side Story’ music. His name’s Leonard Bernstein, and he had this long, like forever, relationship with Felicia Monte-something Bernstein.

Guess what? Bradley Cooper is in the movie, but he’s not just acting. He’s also telling everyone what to do as the director. And he even helped write the story. The movie’s gonna start playing in some special theaters on November 22nd, and then you can watch it on Netflix starting December 20th. And oh yeah, there’s lots of other cool people in the movie, like Matt Bomer, Maya Hawke, Sarah Silverman, and bunches more. Even Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg helped out!

The trailer for “Maestro” is like a sneak peek of the movie. Bradley Cooper plays the music guy, and Carey Mulligan is the lady he loves. In the trailer, they’re playing this game where one person picks a number, and the other person has to guess it. It’s kind of funny ’cause Bradley Cooper keeps getting it wrong. He’s like, “How long we gotta do this?” And Carey Mulligan’s like, “We need a super strong connection, duh!”

ALSO READ  Taylor Swift and Matty Healy Call It Quits: What Went Wrong?

As the trailer goes on, you see them when they were young, and then when they’re older. It’s like a game, but now Bradley Cooper is the one picking the number.

Cooper worked with someone named Josh Singer on the movie stuff. And there’s a bunch of important people who helped make the movie too, like Carla Raij, Bobby Wilhelm, and some others I can’t remember. Plus, Scorsese, Cooper, Spielberg, and a bunch more folks did important stuff to get the movie made.

So yeah, that’s what “Maestro” is all about. It’s a movie with music and love and stuff, and it’s gonna be really cool to watch, I think!