Bradley Cooper Reveals Dire Warning Eddie Vedder Gave Him About Re-Making 'A Star is Born': 'Bro, Don't Do That'


Bradley Cooper went completely methodology to seek out his A Star is Born character Jackson Maine. Not solely did he discover ways to play guitar and sing, however he flew to Seattle to hold with Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder for per week to study every part he might being a plausible angsty singer. “I went as much as Seattle and spent 4 or 5 days with him and I requested him 9,000 questions,” Cooper instructed Yahoo! Entertainment. “And he gave me minor, little issues that solely musicians find out about what to do, simply aesthetically and the inside workings.”    

The movie, which stars Lady Gaga, has gotten close to common raves thus far, with quite a few opinions praising Cooper's gritty homage to Kris Kristofferson's model of the male lead within the 1976 remake of the 1937 authentic, John Norman Howard. But although Vedder was reportedly more than pleased to assist Cooper land the efficiency, the actor stated the PJ singer's preliminary response was not nice. "He thought it was loopy I used to be going to do that film,” Cooper stated. “He was like, ‘What? Bro, don’t do this.'"    

Vedder apparently relented, although, and helped Cooper — who additionally directed the movie — work on the songs he'd written for Maine to sing. A Star is Born will open in theaters on Oct. 5.