Bradley Cooper And Zoe Saldana Just Couldn’t Make It Work

January 3, 2013 / Posted by:

For the second time in a year, Zoe Saldana and Bradley Cooper’s publicists and lawyers have thrown up their hands and walked out of a conference room with their heads hanging in shame, because they just couldn’t come to an agreement and contract negotiations officially broke down. Zoe and B. Coop have broken up forever and they’ll probably never sign their names on the same relationship contract AGAIN. First, the Katie Holmes/Jake Gyllenhaal rumors turn out to be a falsity and now this? Beards are having the worst week ever.

Zoe and B. Coop first got together after filming The Words and then they broke up for the first time in March before getting back together in September. And now Page Six says it’s completely over. Zoe was supposed to spend Christmastimes in Europe with B. Coop and his family, but she went to Miami instead. A source said this:

“Zoe had planned to spend the holidays with Bradley and his family in Europe. They all were going to Paris, but things didn’t work out between them. Zoe spent New Year’s Eve with friends in Miami.”

So Zoe skipped out on the chance to hear Bradley Cooper order a buttered croissant with an extra foamy latte in panty creaming talk (aka French)? It really IS over. It’s not Zoe and Bradley’s fault that they didn’t get to spend Christmas together. It’s CBS Film’s fault for releasing The Words on DVD right before Christmas, and because they did that there was no reason for B. Coop and Zoe’s relationship to go on any longer. DAMN YOU CBS Films for screwing with holiday love!

P.S. THE WORDS available at your local Redbox NOW!

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