Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan capture 1940s glamour in romantic street scene for Maestro
Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan capture 1940s glamor as they film a NYC street scene for the Leonard Bernstein movie Maestro
Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan were spotted looking glamorous 1940s style as they shot a romantic New York street scene on Thursday.
The two star in the film Maestro about the life of composer Leonard Bernstein.
Carey, 37, appeared elegant in a short-sleeved oyster-colored dress with shoulder pads while Bradley wore a gray suit and tie.
1940 Glam: Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan were spotted on Thursday in 1940s New York style recording their latest project, Maestro.
Elegant: Carey, 37, looked elegant in an oyster-colored dress with short sleeves and shoulder pads. She wore a matching evening bag and shoes while donning a lavender scarf and gloves
Carrie had all the right accessories.
She wore a matching evening bag and shoes while donning a lavender scarf and gloves.
The Promising Young Woman star’s light brown hair was styled in a long bob with loose curls.
Bradley, 47, was dressed in a classic gray suit and matching polka dot tie, with a white button-up shirt and pocket square.
Classic: Bradley, 47, was dressed in a classic gray suit and matching tie, with a white button-up shirt with pocket square
Passion project: Maestro follows the relationship of composer Leonard Bernstein and actress Felicia Montealegre from their first meeting at a party in 1946 through the ups and downs of their 25th wedding anniversary
The A Star is Born actor’s naturally wavy hair was combed back in a shorter cut that was the preferred choice at the time.
The sophisticated couple portrays composer Leonard Bernstein and his wife, actress Felicia Montealegre, in the biopic that follows the couples’ relationship from their first meeting at a party in 1946 through the ups and downs of their 25th wedding anniversary.
The multi-talented composer is perhaps best known for his work with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and for creating Broadway productions such as West Side Story and films such as On The Waterfront.
Composer: Leonard Bernstein is perhaps best known for his work with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and for creating Broadway productions such as West Side Story and films such as On The Waterfront
Actress and Activist: Felicia Montealegre went from TV and stage actress to social activist. She protested the Vietnam War in the 1960s and supported the Black Panther Party in 1970
Felicia went from being a TV and stage actress to a social activist.
The mother of three helped found the anti-war organization Another Mother for Peace in 1967. The purpose of the group was to help educate women about the Vietnam War. She also hosted an evening for the Black Panther Party in 1970.
The project, which is being directed by Bradley, has faced some backlash from the Latinx community with British-born Carey playing a Chilean-American. Felicia’s children Jamie, Alexander and Nina have given their blessing to the casting, while Jamie, 70, released a statement saying: ‘We are absolutely thrilled that Carey Mulligan will be playing our mother in Maestro. Carey is sure to capture Felicia’s unique combination of humor, warmth, elegant beauty and depth of emotion.
Backlash: The project has faced some backlash in the casting of UK-born Carey to play a Chilean-American, but Felicia’s kids have released a statement in support of the decision