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Bradley Cooper Discusses Rumors Of Lance Armstrong Role In Biopic (Recap)


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On Tuesday Bradley Cooper Discusses Rumors Of Lance Armstrong Role In Biopic was a top story. Here is the recap: (Extra) "Extra's" Renee Bargh talked to "Silver Lining Playbook's" Bradley Cooper on the red carpet at The SAG Awards. The actor, who just came back from promoting the film in Japan, set the record straight about playing Lance Armstrong on the big screen.

"I was in Manchester, doing BBC Morning. The guy out of the blue said, 'Would you want to play Lance Armstrong in a movie?' I was yea, he is fascinating, what a fascinating character and that was it…I had no idea JJ Abrams had the rights."

Renee asked, "You would do it if it got offered to you right?" Bradley, "Let's keep it real, I don't want to get excited."

Bradley, who was flying solo at the awards, said another thing that is not true are the rumors about Taylor Swift having her sights set on him. Renee, "There were some rumors after the Golden Globes that Taylor Swift was after you." Bradley, "No... crazy... Never met her... not true at all." Renee, "Apparently she wants to meet you though." Bradley, "It's completely made up... somebody decided to tell that story." - more on this story

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