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Christmas Release Date Set for Untitled Cameron Crowe Film Starring Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone

February 19, 2014
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A Christmas release date has been set for the new Untitled Cameron Crowe film, which stars Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams and Alec Baldwin. The story revolves around Cooper as a Hawaii-based defense contractor who works with an Air Force pilot (Stone) to stop the launch of a weapons satellite. While the pair also deals with supernatural island magic and a talking computer, they start to fall for each other.

Definitely a unique and different premise to explore for Crowe. He brought us such gems as "Almost Famous", "Jerry Maguire", the twisted and fascinating film "Vanilla Sky", and countless others. His great eye behind the lens and great articulation of his words for the original screeplays, make him such a distinctive and special filmmaker.

Lawrence and Cooper had incredible chemistry in "Silver Linings Playbook". I wonder if Stone and Cooper will also sparkle on the big-screen together. Something tells me the answer is yes and that Crowe knows exactly what he's doing, per usual.

Are you looking forward to this project? Let us know in the comments section below!

Source: ComingSoon

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