Tuesday, April 23

“Maestro” Director Bradley Cooper’s Confidential Tip Of ‘No Chairs’

Every director has his own style of working while on set. They follow certain kinds of rules so that their work process will not be disturbed by any uncertainties, excluding technical problems. And there are many such directors; one recognized name in Hollywood is Christopher Nolan. This “Oppenheimer” director, Christopher Nolan, never sits on the set while working. Also, he has made rules like no smoking at all on set and minimal use of cellphones (only if it is necessary to use). There is one more Hollywood director who shared a confidential tip about his work: Bradley Cooper. In an interview with Variety, he talked about the ‘No Chairs’ rule on his set.

Maestro director Bradley Cooper said, “For me, it was such a natural transition once I had the courage to write and direct a movie. But when I direct, I don’t watch playback. There’s no chairs. I’ve always hated chairs on sets; your energy dips the minute you sit down in a chair.”

Crooper doesn’t even have monitors and screens on his set, which the director and crew use to see what is being shot. He said that there is no video village on his set.

In such scenarios where there were no chairs and no video village on set, this talented person not only directed the film Maestro, but he also played a character in it and co-wrote it. Talking about Maestro, he said that the film changed him a lot, and he grew up throughout the process.

Bradley Cooper’s Maestro is a biopic that talks about the relationship between American composer Leonard Bernstein and his wife, Felicia Montealegre, played by Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan, respectively. The movie was released on September 2 this year and received mixed reactions from the audience.

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