File - Bradley Cooper, left, speaks with his girlfriend Irina Shaykh, a model, during the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, July 10, 2016.
AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth
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Actor Bradley Cooper is developing a TV miniseries based on a book about the rise of Daesh (ISIS) militants, a show the author hopes will help Americans understand how the group came about."Delighted to finally be able to make this news public," tweeted the 56-year-old Warrick.Best known for his starring roles in movies like "American Sniper" and "The Hangover," Cooper is developing the miniseries for HBO through his production company, the cable channel said. Cooper and Phillips formed their production company, Joint Effort, in 2014 .
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