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Bradley Cooper to Fight German Spies in 'Dark Invasion'

January 15, 2013 (7:09 am) GMT
Cooper is tapped to star in the upcoming spy thriller film as his follow-up project after his success with 'Silver Linings Playbook'.
Bradley Cooper

Fresh off his Oscar nomination for Best Actor thanks to "", is closing a new movie deal with Warner Bros. Pictures. Per Deadline, the 38-year-old actor is set to star in spy thriller pic "", based on a nonfiction book by Howard Blum.

Cooper will not only star in it, but he will also serve as the producer alongside John Lesher and Adam Kassan. No director and scribe have been tapped for the project as Warners has just sealed a high-six-figure deal to acquire the book, which will be published by Crown/Random on September 11 this year.

"Dark Invasion" is set in 1915 when Germany sent their Secret Service to the United States in order to wage a covert war to keep the States from helping the Allies. Those spies sabotaged U.S.' ships, bombed the factories, shot JP Morgan Jr. and destroyed the Capitol Building. They also set up an anthrax lab six miles away from the White House.

Bradley Cooper is set to star as Tom Tunney, an NYPD Captain who's assigned to establish a team that will bring those Kaiser's spies to justice. According to Blum's book, the CIA hailed Tunney its first head of homeland security.

After "Silver Linings", Cooper will be seen reuniting with in "". He will also star opposite in "" and reprise his role as Phil Wenneck in "".

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