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Saturday June 15, 2013

Cheers to Bradley Cooper

Bradley
Cooper is
thankful to the
Hangover
movies which
have propelled
him to leadingman
status in
Hollywood. Bradley Cooper is thankful to the Hangover movies which have propelled him to leadingman status in Hollywood.

The Hollywood actor is not only easy on the eyes but has a heart of gold.

They say good things come to those who wait and, truly, success couldn’t have happened to a sweeter guy than Bradley Cooper.

He isn’t a vain pot even though he’s earned the tag Sexiest Man Alive in People magazine’s November 2011 issue. He’s not that into designer labels and the trappings of fame. He isn’t afraid to show his love for his mum; in fact, he even took her in to live with him when his dad passed away.

For all these reasons and more, Cooper has made it as the cover guy of Galaxie’s June 16-30 issue.

In Galaxie’s Hollywood correspondent Philip Berk’s interview with Cooper, whose latest film is the box-office success The Hangover Part III, the actor said of the franchise: “It really has provided me the opportunity to do all these other films, and it changed my life, it changed my family’s life, my friends’ lives, it has provided everything for me, for (co-stars) Ed (Helms), for Zach (Galifianakis) and for Ken (Jeong) and Todd (Phillips, the director).”

Clearly, Cooper has had the time of his life with the Hangover films. But that does not stop him from pursuing lesser-known films like the crime drama The Place Beyond The Pines, also out this year.

In a special interview, Galaxie also gets Lawson’s Andy Brown and Adam Pitts to answer readers’ questions. Among the questions the readers posed to the British band was: What would they do if it was their last day on Earth?

Brown replied: “I would probably eat a lot of unhealthy food. And probably, as a band, we would throw a free concert in London and get everyone down and play one last gig.”

As the official magazine for the G-Dragon concert in KL, which will be staged on June 22, Galaxie offers a full page spread on the spectacular concert with behind-the-scenes details, for example: there will be 80 people traveling with G-Dragon, made up of the production crew, dancers, wardrobe, hair and make-up stylists, security and management staff, as well as the rest of the Big Bang members.

Telly addicts will be glad to know that Bates Motel stars Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga talk about the Psycho prequel while Castle’s Stana Katic reveals that she digs the Castle-Beckett chemistry.

Also get posters of Kelly Clarkson, Candice Glover, Kree Harrison, 30 Seconds To Mars and more, as well as a chance to win World War Z goodies, among other contest prizes.

For all these and more, pick up a copy of Galaxie June 16-30.

> Galaxie, voted Entertainment Magazine Of The Year for two years straight, is owned by Star Publications (M) Bhd. The magazine also has an online presence at galaxieblog.com.my. Follow Galaxie on Twitter (@galaxiemag) and visit the Facebook page (www.facebook.com/GalaxieMagazine).

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