Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in a scene from the latest reboot of "A Star is Born."
Neal Preston/Warner Bros. via AP
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When Bradley Cooper saw Lady Gaga perform "La Vie en Rose" at a fundraiser, it wasn't one of the important moments along the road to making "A Star is Born". It was, Cooper says, THE moment. The next day, Cooper went to visit Lady Gaga's home in Malibu to confirm that what he had seen the night before was real. Cooper shakes his head.Later came one with Judy Garland and James Mason, in 1954, and one in 1973 with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson.Cooper, who starred in Eastwood's "American Sniper," first discussed acting in the film for Eastwood before deciding to direct, too.With meticulous preparation, Cooper threw himself into the new role.
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