Bradley Cooper’s most memorable look as unbelievable arranger Leonard Bernstein will without a doubt leave his fans in shock. The entertainer donned obvious white hair and kinks as he started recording for Maestro in New York. Bradley will be coordinating and featuring in the Netflix film, which depends on the existence of Broadway author Leonard Bernstein. The film likewise stars Maya Hawke, Carey Mulligan, and Matt Bomer.
As per The Hollywood Reporter, the film will annal the intricate romantic tale between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Cohn Montealegre (Carey). A story traversed over 30 years, from the time they met in 1946 at a party, and going on through two on-off commitments, a 25-year marriage, three youngsters (Jamie, Alexander, and Nina), and Leonard wrestling with his sexual direction.
As Bradley’s most memorable look from Maestro was uncovered, his fans shared their response to the photos on Twitter. A fan said, “The cosmetics on Bradley Cooper as Leonard Bernstein in Maestro is crazy.” Another stated, “All right I typically could do without Bradley Cooper as much as this. This is a Bradley Cooper film I would watch.” One more said, “Damn Bradley Cooper looks unrecognizable in Maestro.” A tweet likewise read, “These cosmetics did a helluva work. Bradley Cooper doesn’t seem to be Bradley Cooper by any means.” A Twitter client additionally stated, “I trust Bradley Cooper wins the best entertainer Oscar one day.” One more fan said, “Bradley Cooper as Leonard Bernstein feels like it could at long last win him the Oscar. Prosthetics check. Genuine Hollywood legend.
Maya is most popular for featuring in the Netflix series Stranger Things and Quentin Tarantino’s film Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood, will assume the part of Leonard Bernstein’s little girl Jamie. Bradley has additionally written the film’s content as a team with Josh Singer, the Academy Award-winning essayist of Spotlight.
The film will be created by Bradley as well as veteran producers Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg, close with Kristie Macosko Krieger, Fred Berner, and Amy Durning.
Bradley has been more keen on composition and filmmaking recently. Maestro was to be coordinated by Steven Spielberg however ultimately went to him. Discussing how he ended up coordinating Maestro, Bradley told Variety recently, “I (told Steven Spielberg), ‘I generally felt like I could play a guide, yet may I explore the material and check whether I can compose it and direct it? Would you let me do that?’ Steven has a lot of interests — he’ll simply pick a certain something and different things will be all waiting. I think he realized he won’t make that film for some time. He was sufficiently benevolent to hand it off to me, and that is how I’ve been doing the last four and a half years.”