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Bradley Cooper Signs on to 'Kokowaah' Remake and Will Possibly Direct It

February 28, 2013 (4:45 am) GMT
The 'Silver Linings Playbook' actor adds the reboot of the German film to his long list of upcoming projects fresh off his Oscar nomination for Best Actor.
Bradley Cooper

A number of projects are already waiting for post-"", but that doesn't stop him from adding another one. The recent Oscar nominee for Best Actor has signed on to star in "", an English language remake of a German film.

Deadline reports that Cooper is setting up the project at Warner Bros. Pictures with Sheroum Kim. Apart from being the actor's starring vehicle, the project could end up becoming his feature directing debut. Early draft of the script was provided by Chris Shafer and Paul Vicknair, but it will be re-written by Black List scribes Scott Rothman and Rajiv Joseph.

"Kokowaah" revolves around the relationship between a bachelor named Henry and a devoted family man named Trevor. The two are forced to re-evaluate their lives following a discovery about the paternity of Travor's daughter Maddy. The original German version of the movie was released in 2011 and became the highest-grossing film of the year in the country.

After claiming success with "Silver Linings", Cooper will be seen in "" and "" this year. He will return to "" for his next project. He has also been attached to "", "" and an untitled David O. Russell project about Abscam.

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