What a moment. Bradley Cooper reveals if he would rather win an Oscar or have the Eagles win the Super Bowl.
It was an awesome Sunday in South Philly when the Eagles beat the Bills on Sunday. Bradley has been a long-time Philly sports lover and supporter and has been to many games at the Linc. Not to mention he came to both Super Bowls and flapped in arms while yelling “Fly Eagles Fly” in Jeffery Lurie’s suite. To see him now bring his daughter Leah with him to all the Eagles games is emotional. It honestly made me tear up a little bit to be honest, since I just lost my Dad at the end of August and he is the reason I love sports so much. He would take me to all his games and sporting events in general. Our bond over sports was so strong and I miss him.
Bradley Cooper is back in our news feeds to promote his highly anticipated move Maestro, which hits theaters this Friday December 1st. Maestro centers on the relationship between American composer Leonard Bernstein and his wife Felicia Montealegre. It was directed by Bradley, and it was produced by Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, and also Bradley. Bradley Cooper stars as Bernstein alongside Carey Mulligan as Montealegre; Matt Bomer, Maya Hawke, and Sarah Silverman appear in supporting roles.
Bradley was on Howard Stern to promote the movie and they talked about an array of topics, one being his love of the Philadelphia Eagles. He talked about how he loves to coming to games, parks in the J Lot, and how he’s too stressful to eat at the games. It’s also very heartwarming how he talks about his daughter understanding the game and cheering for the Eagles. Howard knows how much Bradley loves the Eagles, and being the incredible interviewer he is, Howard asks Bradley the question: Would he rather win an Oscar or have the Eagles win the Super Bowl?