The Bradley Cooper & Clint Eastwood reunion we were all hoping for is coming to fruition. Sources revealed to Variety that Cooper is in deep discussions to join Eastwood in “The Mule,” Eastwood’s next film gig that he additionally plans to star in.
The film is a shared production between Warner Bros. what’s more, Imperative Entertainment, and will check Eastwood’s first acting activity since the 2012 baseball film “Issue With the Curve.” This could likewise be one of his last on-screen appearances.
The motion picture was inspired by a 2014 New York Times Magazine highlight by Sam Dolnick and takes after Earl Stone (Eastwood), a man in his 80s who is down and out, alone, and confronting dispossession of his business when he is offered an occupation that essentially expects him to drive—sufficiently simple in any case, unbeknownst to Earl, he’s simply marked on as a medication dispatch for a Mexican cartel, and furthermore hit the radar of hard-charging DEA specialist Colin Bates.
Cooper will play Bates.
Eastwood will likewise deliver by means of his Malpaso flag, alongside Imperative’s Dan Friedkin and Bradley Thomas. Ruben Fleischer, Dave Bernad and Todd Hoffman are executive creating.
Cooper has been occupied with putting the completing addresses his directorial make a big appearance, “A Star Is Born,” yet sources say he has likewise been searching for his next task. He will next rudder and star in the Leonard Bernstein biopic “Bernstein.”
Cooper had been connected to “The Mule” for quite a while as Eastwood is a major aficionado of his in the wake of cooperating on 2014’s Oscar-selected “American Sniper.”
Cooper is repped by CAA.