March 25, 2023

Bradley Cooper Only Has ‘Words’ In New Poster For THE WORDS


Bradley Cooper seems to be doing a good job at playing the struggling writer in film land, Only last year  in Limitless he was  a writer who gets a addictive drug that makes him use the side of the brain we don’t usually use. Tonight He’s back as a struggling writer  who is ” at the peak of his literary success, discovers the price he must pay for stealing another man’s work.” in THE WORDS.

2011 was the year Cooper step forward and what we’re hearing about this one  its a good one and it looks like the actor will finally get the the critical acclaim he deserves.  The film doesn’t have a release date for UK,Irish or American release date however the film will close close next week’s Sundance Film Festival and this is a festival that doesn’t let any tom, dick or harry play or even opening /close a festival either. A new poster has appeared online  which really looks like it capture’s Cooper’s character lots of word’s that creating his face, very exciting.

The Words marks the directorial debut of Tron Legacy scribes Lee Sternthal and Brian Kugman, and looks like Cooper is in good company with Zoe Saldana, Jeremy Irons, Dennis Quaid, Olivia Wilde, Ben Barnes, and JK Simmons all joining in with ‘some words’.

Rory Jansen, a struggling writer, aspires to be the next great literary voice. When he discovers a lost manuscript in a weathered attaché case, he realizes he possesses something extraordinary that he desperately wishes he had created. Rory decides to pass the work off as his own and finally receives the recognition he desperately craves. However, he soon learns that living with his choice will not be as easy as he thought as he faces a moral dilemma that will make him take a hard look at the man he has become.

In their directorial debut, Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal have crafted a subtle tale that examines how overwhelming desire can lead to unforeseen and unwanted consequences. Bolstered by a strong cast, led by Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Irons, The Words adeptly assembles multiple narratives that reveal how one man’s lost legacy holds the life of another man captive.

source EW