‘Maestro’ Trailer Shows Bradley Cooper As Leonard Bernstein

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Bradley Cooper is switching from rock music to classical for his subsequent undertaking behind the digital camera.

The actor-turned-director, who acquired a number of Oscar nominations for his 2018 remake of “A Star Is Born,” will painting Twentieth-century composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein in “Maestro,” a biopic streaming later this yr on Netflix.

The movie’s first trailer dropped on Tuesday and reveals Cooper (with a prosthetic nostril) chatting with Carey Mulligan within the position of Felicia Montealegre, an actor and Bernstein’s spouse.

They seem to play a sport by which Bernstein has to guess a quantity chosen by Montealegre. After he repeatedly fails to choose the appropriate quantity, Bernstein asks, “So how lengthy do now we have to do that for?”

Her response: “Oh, we have to construct up a really robust connection.”

The trailer ends with a scene exhibiting the couple a lot older, however nonetheless taking part in the sport. This time, nevertheless, Montealegre should guess a quantity chosen by Bernstein.

In January 2022, Cooper stated that Steven Spielberg employed him to make the movie throughout a non-public screening of “A Star Is Born.”

Initially, Cooper recalled, he thought the film legend was strolling out of the screening — solely to be shocked when Spielberg positioned his face proper subsequent to Cooper’s ear and advised him, “You’re fucking directing ‘Maestro.’” Cooper stated Spielberg then sat again down to look at the remainder of the movie.

“Maestro,” which Cooper additionally co-wrote and -produced, is about to be launched in choose theaters in November earlier than streaming on Netflix in December.

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