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Bradley Cooper hits the red carpet to support Sam Taylor-Johnson’s new Amy Winehouse biopic Back to Black in New York City


Bradley Cooper has stepped out to show his support for director Sam Taylor-Johnson and her new Amy Winehouse biopic Back to Black.

Cooper, 49 — no stranger to music biopics himself, based on his Leonard Cohen biopic Maestro — was all smiles at the New York premiere.

He posed with the 57-year-old filmmaker at the red carpet event held at AMC Lincoln Square on Tuesday.

The film stars Marisa Abel as Amy Winehouse, although it didn’t receive the best reviews, earning a 40% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Back to Black opens in theaters nationwide on Friday, though projections are fairly weekly, predicting a theatrical debut between $4 million and $6 million.

Bradley Cooper has stepped out to show his support for director Sam Taylor-Johnson and her new Amy Winehouse biopic Back to Black.

Cooper stepped out wearing a white T-shirt under a slightly unbuttoned black shirt with the actor sporting a scruffy beard.

He was also wearing dark gray Louis Vuitton dress pants with dark gray running shoes and was holding a black baseball cap.

Director Taylor-Johnson opted for a chocolate brown dress with two gold necklaces hanging from her neck.

She also accessorized with a set of silver earrings with a brown leather jacket over the dress.

The filmmaker, who was linked to 33-year-old Aaron Taylor-Johnson in 2012, completed her look with black pumps.

Taylor-Johnson’s new film Back to Black follows the life of Amy Winehouse, named after the 2006 album that featured her worldwide hit Rehab.

Winehouse won five Grammys for her breakthrough album, the first British woman to do so, even though she died just a few years later aged just 27.

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After her death in 2011 from alcohol poisoning, several different biopics tried to get off the ground, including one starring Noomi Rapace.

Cooper stepped out wearing a white T-shirt under a slightly unbuttoned black shirt with the actor sporting a scruffy beard.

Cooper stepped out wearing a white T-shirt under a slightly unbuttoned black shirt with the actor sporting a scruffy beard.

He was also wearing dark gray Louis Vuitton dress pants with dark gray running shoes and was holding a black baseball cap.

He was also wearing dark gray Louis Vuitton dress pants with dark gray running shoes and was holding a black baseball cap.

Cooper's outing comes just a day after he hit the red carpet with his new live-action/animated hybrid IF , which also hits theaters this Friday.

Cooper’s outing comes just a day after he hit the red carpet with his new live-action/animated hybrid IF , which also hits theaters this Friday.

Cooper is also set to direct and star in Is This Thing On?  alongside Will Arnett, the latter of whom contributed to the screenplay

Cooper is also set to direct and star in Is This Thing On? alongside Will Arnett, the latter of whom contributed to the screenplay

Neither moved forward until 2018, when the Winehouse estate signed a biopic deal, with Taylor-Johnson joining in July 2022.

Cooper’s outing comes just a day after he hit the red carpet with his new live-action/animated hybrid IF , which also hits theaters this Friday.

Cooper is also set to direct and star in Is This Thing On? alongside Will Arnett, the latter of whom contributed to the screenplay.

He will also star in the new film as Frank Bullitt, the iconic character Steve McQueen played in the 1968 classic Bullitt directed by Steven Spielberg.



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