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Bradley Cooper going from 'A-Team' to 'Grey'
Since the box office success of "The Hangover" this past summer, Bradley Cooper's been a busy man. He appears in the ensemble romantic comedy "Valentine's Day" this weekend and has already finished shooting this summer's action flick "The A-Team." Now, Variety reports he's set to re-team with his "A-Team" director Joe Carnahan for the new thriller "The Grey."
Produced by Ridley and Tony Scott, the film centers on the survivors of a plane crash who are hunted by a pack of wolves (can you say "The Edge" without the bear?).
It's unclear when production will begin, but ScottFree has already lined up distribution deals for the $34 million indie throughout most of Europe. No U.S. outfit has come on board at this time.
As for Cooper, he's also expected to star in "The Hangover 2" which will shoot sometime this fall for a May 26, 2011 release.