Actor Bradley Cooper has been greatly in demand over the last few years and while he's been slowly gearing up to make The Hangover Part III with Todd Phillips, he's already looking at projects to do after that's completed.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cooper is in negotiations to star in Bad Blood and Trouble, the new crime-thriller from The Disappearance of Alice Creed director J. Blakeson. Another option is the male lead in Clint Eastwood's delayed A Star is Born remake, which at one point was going to star Beyonce Knowles
That doesn't mean he couldn't end up taking both projects. The first of those seems to be more definite with Bad Blood and Trouble being produced by Adrian Sturges and Michael De Luca and preparing to shoot in London sometime mid-to-late next year, which would give Cooper time to do the Eastwood movie before it.
In the meantime, Cooper can be seen next in next week's action-comedy Hit and Run with Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell, CBS FIlms' drama The Words on September 7 and Silver Linings Playbook, David O. Russell's follow-up to the Oscar-winning The Fighter, which is out on November 21.