Looks Like Bradley Cooper And Steven Spielberg Are Re-Teaming For New Movie After Collaborating On Netflix’s Maestro


Bradley Cooper and Steven Spielberg are two of Hollywood’s biggest names, and the filmmakers have already professionally collaborated on the upcoming movie Maestro. Initially Spielberg considered directing the biopic about composer Leonard Bernstein that Netflix subscribers will be able to stream, but he later approached Cooper about both directing and starring in it after seeing his work on A Star is Born. Now it’s been revealed that these two will be re-teaming, but this time, Spielberg will direct Cooper in a new movie.

Steven Spielberg has selected Bradley Cooper to play San Francisco cop Frank Bullitt, the character previously played by Steven McQueen in 1968’s Bullitt. However, rather than Spielberg putting together a Bullitt remake like he did with West Side Story, he’s instead having Cooper star in a new Bullitt story, with Josh Singer, co-wrote Maestro with Cooper, handling the screenplay. Cooper will also produce Bullitt alongside Spielberg and partner Kristie Macosko Krieger, and McQueen’s son, Chad, and his granddaughter Molly McQueen are attached as executive producers.


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