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It's a good thing he's pretty!
Spoilers get out all the time in the film industry, sometimes from reporters who won't stop digging — and sometimes from the stars who accidentally say something they shouldn't.
The latter might be the case with Bradley Cooper when he was questioned about Guardians of the Galaxy 2 during a recent interview with MTV (below).
Cooper was doing some press for his newest movie Burnt when he was asked about the villain in the sequel to the mega-hit comic book movie Guardians of the Galaxy. Possible spoilers ahead!
Cooper revealed that
Good taste, James!
James Corden hosted the Hollywood Film Awards on Sunday night, honoring many of the industry's top actors and actresses.
But it was Vin Diesel who was the night's big winner after the Late, Late Show host confessed to the crowd that he's actually got a huge crush on the Furious 7 star.
In fact, while addressing the fact that money-making movies like The Fast and The Furious franchise typically fair poorly at award shows, James got pretty graphic about what he'd do to Vin in bed, saying:
The dad bod conversation continues.
While promoting his new flick Last Witch Hunter, the buff actor took the opportunity to remind us all that he's got it going on, sharing:
The MMA fighter starred alongside the actor in Furious 7, so naturally the 48-year-old asked the blonde beauty to work with his 7-year-old daughter.
The movie star says he wants Hania to be able to defend herself, should a scary situation ever arise, explaining:
This is both touching and fascinating.
After Paul Walker died in a November 2013 car accident filming Furious 7, director James Wan and the visual effects team were tasked with digitally re-creating the late franchise star in several scenes to complete the film.
Filmmakers didn't want to discuss which shots were which at the time of the film's release, as they thought it would be distracting.
But nearly two years after the star's death, the film's creative team at Weta has revealed out of the 350 shots they worked on, a few scenes in which that they had to re-create the actor were especially challenging to pull off.
Surprisingly, artists said that the fast-paced action scenes were the easier scenes to work on. Visual-effects supervisor Martin Hill said the toughest were: