With preparation well underway for his latest Broadway show, director Arnold Albertson (Owen Wilson) heads to New York to begin casting. While there, he has a one-night-stand with a young starlet named Izzy (Imogen Poots). He is then shocked to discover her attending his audition the next day, where she performs alongside his wife Delta (Kathryn Hahn) and performs so well that he has to give her the part. As if that wasn't enough, Abertson's leading man (Rhys Ifans) knows about the affair, and also is in love with Delta. And if THAT wasn't enough, Izzy's therapist Jane (Jennifer Aniston), has fallen in love with the show's playwright Josh (Will Forte), who in turn has fallen in love with Izzy. All that remains, is to find out if the play with succeed with so many forces acing against it.
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Bradley Cooper has started shooting American Sniper, so let's stop talking about Jennifer Esposito.
Bradley Cooper has been in the headlines for the most of the week owing to his ex-girlfriend apparently calling him "manipulated" in her memoir. We say, forget that, because Bradley Cooper is an incredibly good actor and he's started shooting what could be his finest movie yet - Clint Eastwood's American Sniper.
Bradley Cooper Has Started Shooting 'American Sniper'
In Warner Bros' highly anticipated movie - which had Spielberg previously attached a director - Cooper plays a Navy SEAL who recounts his military exploits. Filming began at the Blue Cloud Movie Ranch in the Santa Clarita area - the set had been made to look like an Afghan village. The scenes involved "simulated warfare sequences with full load automatic gunfire, explosions, squibs, bullet hits, smoke, burning debris," according to a county film permit.
The 41 year-old actress is angered that focus is being taken away from the biography's original aim: "This book is about my journey with celiac disease and only that."
This wasn't the reaction Jennifer Esposito was hoping for.
The actress's autobiography, 'Jennifer's Way', is causing quite the stir after she blasts one of her ex-boyfriend's by branding him a "master manipulator."
In the book, Esposito recalls being asked out by a man and even though there were "an entire marching band squad of red flags," she went ahead anyway.
Did you know Bradley Cooper was once married to Jennifer Esposito? Well the actress’ new book might just be casting Bradley in a whole new light (that is, if he’s the man in question.)
Bradley Cooper’s 2007 marriage to Jennifer Esposito was so short it didn't really seem worth taking about. Until now that is. In Jennifer’s Way, the actress’ recent autobiography, she speaks of one particularly bad relationship where she labels her ex a ‘master manipulator’. While the ex in question is never named, all signs seem to point towards one Bradley Cooper as the man in question.
Bradley Cooper was married to Jennifer Esposito for five months in 2007
Back in 2006, Jennifer Esposito was starring in sitcom ‘Related’ on The WB network, previously she’d been known for her role as Stacey, the secretary of Michael J Fox’s Deputy Mayor on ‘Spin City’. As for Bradley, his Hollywood career was just beginning to blossom, having starred in ABC’s ‘Alias’ for five seasons and hitting the big screen in Wedding Crashers. When the pair became an item in 2006 they kept things low key, to the point that when asked about their rumoured romance on that year's Golden Globes red carpet Esposito simply said, "I'm not answering that."
Jennifer Esposito is struggling to get over CBS' decision to put her on a period of leave from cop drama Blue Bloods. The initial decision came in the wake of the actress’s doctor telling her she needed to ease up her work load in order to manage her Celiac’s disease, CBS taking that as a sign to suspend her without pay.
Esposito was angry about it at the time, and according to TV Line is still struggling to get her head around it in a forthcoming interview to be aired on Fox. Claiming that she simply wanted to work fewer days, Esposito said "So many things of injustice that happen in this business. It's what you sign up for…This, though, is something that is not about me, I feel. This is about a disease that people don't understand. And what went on [here], it makes me sick.";
Describing the incident that saw her collapse twice on set, she commented: "The [assistant director] came in and said, ‘I'll get the medic,' and we were like, ‘There is nothing [the medic can do], unless he can cure me of Celiac disease. This is what we've been trying to tell you.' They had to carry me into the car and bring me to the doctor, where I [was] for seven hours."