The career of Bradley Cooper is one that has seen the actor rise to the top of Hollywood, finding himself becoming one of the most sought after actors on the face of the Earth. Over the past few years, we have seen Bradley in the running for an Academy Award on a yearly basis and it looks like Warner Bros. are hopeful of that happening once again, with the new movie American Sniper.
It was originally expected that American Sniper would get released sometime in 2015 but it has now been moved forward by a few weeks, as confirmed by Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow, who are co-producing the movie. The Clint Eastwood directed film will now get a limited release in the US on Christmas Day this year, before getting a full release in January 2014.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the story that lies behind the movie American Sniper, it is being official described as, "A Navy SEAL recounts his military career, which includes more than 150 confirmed kills."
As well as starring Bradley Cooper, the rest of the cast for American Sniper includes the likes of Luke Grimes, Sienna Miller, Kyle Gallner, Jake McDorman, and Max Charles. While Clint Eastwood directs the movie, Bradley Cooper has also taken on producing duties, with the American Sniper screenplay being penned by Jason Dean Hall from the Chris Kyle autobiography.
Meanwhile, Warner Bros. have also announced that Man from Uncle is moving from January 2015 and is now being released on August 14, 2015, while the Point Break remake is moving from August 7, 2015 and will now open on July 31, 2015.