Sorry, Little Monsters – the Twitter trolling didn’t work! Lady Gaga’s fans basically issued a social media edict in the week leading up to the A Star Is Born debut at the box office against Venom, the Tom Hardy-starring comic book movie competing against Gaga. The Little Monsters dragged Tom’s movie and said it was a smelly, fug, grotsky be-yotch (or just said it was a snooze to watch) that nobody should go see. Even though critics seemed to agree, we told you Friday it looked like Tom would win the weekend box office. That’s exactly what happened, but A Star Is Born still did better than people were expecting this weekend.
Wet Hot American Summer has ruined Bradley Cooper for me personally; I can only see him as an uptight camp counselor. But maybe that works for some people? Regardless, I’m sure you could find at least one person who wants to bone Bradley Cooper. Sadly for Bradley, there was a moment when he lost a role for not being “fuckable.” He’s one of the sexiest, but apparently only from the safe distance of a People magazine cover.
The official premiere for A Star Is Born, which has had what feels like THE LONGEST rollout in all of movie history, happened last night at The Shrine Auditorium in LA. There were a lot of randos on the red carpet, but it turns out there were a lot of randos in the movie. We all know that it stars Lady Gaga as Ally The Ingénue and Bradley Cooper as Jackson Maine The Leather Satchel. But you might be surprised to learn that the cast also includes Andrew Dice Clay as Lorenzo The Geriatric DJ (judging from his outfit last night) and Willam Belli as Emerald The Real Star, Henny.
It’s less than a month before A Star Is Born, a movie that continues to get rave reviews. And to promote the film, Lady Gaga is on the cover of October issue of Vogue. To prove she’s worth all the good reviews, Gaga temporarily retired the avant-garde craziness and traded it in for a sleepy “I’ve been reading scripts all night” look and minimal makeup and hair.
Lady Gaga Shared The Tracks For The “A Star Is Born” Soundtrack And Bradley Cooper Got Bossy About Her Makeup
If you’ve gone to the movie theater with any frequency this summer, you’ve seen the trailer for the Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga remake of A Star Is Born more times than you probably wanted to, which for me, was one time. One time was enough for me to get that “whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh” warble she does when she takes the stage for the first time, stuck in my head to the point where it keeps me up at night. It’s a bummer, but at least now I have a name to put to the song (it’s called “Shallow”). The track listing for the movie’s soundtrack was released and it’s waaaaaaaaaaaay too long. According to Entertainment Weekly, it’s 19 songs and 15 DIALOG TRACKS too long. Even Snoop Dogg is like, girl, keep the goofy skits to a minimum!
After waiting years to see what this potential mess might look like, Warner Bros. dropped the trailer for A Star is Born today, as well as the first official poster. As much as I wanted to believe this would be Razzie-bait, there’s word that it’s decent. That’s if it’s not thrown off by Bradley Cooper looking rode hard/put away in a jerky smoker, and Lady Gaga in a variety of deeply unconvincing wigs.