Bradley Cooper, the protagonist and director of the movie “Maestro”, has decided not to participate in Venice 2023, where the project’s world premiere will take place.
Bradley Cooperas directed by Alberto Barbera, would not attend the Venice 2023Where will the world premiere of his film take place? Owner.
The actor and director made a decision in support of the striking colleagues.
The absence of a star
Due to SAG-AFTRA’s attempts to secure new deals for its members, Amazon Studios has decided to withdraw “Challengers” directed by Luca Guadagnino from the cinematic event, of which it was to be the opening film. The Zendaya project’s release date has been pushed back to April 2024, but it’s currently the only announced title to have since been removed from the Venice Film Festival schedule.
The long-awaited meeting could have been attended by Bradley Cooper, who played the dual role of the director and the protagonist of the Maestro, but he wanted to express his solidarity with his colleagues in the union of actors and screenwriters.
Bradley Cooper, Light Side of the Star
Carey Mulligan, Maya Hawke and Matt Bomer will also star in Leonard Bernstein’s biopic Maestro.
Cooper co-wrote the film with Josh Singer and marks the actor’s return as director after A Star Is Born.
The crew also included Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg.