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Bradley Cooper & Jennifer Lawrence - Silver Linings Playbook Interview TIFF 2012

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Published on Sep 8, 2012

Bradley Cooper & Jennifer Lawrence - Silver Linings Playbook Interview

Silver Linings Playbook pairs Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence and The Hangover's Bradley Cooper in an awkward mixture of drama and humor. The two of them dropped by during the Toronto International Film Festival to talk to http://www.tribute.ca about their characters, who enter into a relationship under the strangest of circumstances. They also dish on their chemistry and what it was like working with Robert De Niro.


Silver Linings Playbook movie synopsis:
After suffering for years with an undiagnosed bipolar disorder, high school teacher Pat (Bradley Cooper) is sent to a psychiatric facility following a violent incident sparked by him finding his wife having sex with a co-worker.

Eight months later he's released into his parents' (Robert De Niro, Jacki Weaver) care. He's hoping to win back his wife, despite the fact that she's put a restraining order on him.
Still given to odd rants and inappropriate comments, Pat meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence), a young widow who had a breakdown following the death of her husband. She offers to help him win back his wife if he'll enter a dance competition with her.

The role of Pat was originally supposed to be played by Mark Wahlberg but it ultimately ended up going to Bradley Cooper. There was also a string of actresses that were reportedly considered for the part of Tiffany including Rachel McAdams, Olivia Wilde, Elizabeth Banks, Blake Lively, Rooney Mara and Andrea Riseborough.

Silver Linings Playbook info: http://www.tribute.ca/movies/silver-l...

Interview by Ola Sturik for Tribute Entertainment Media Group

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