Bradley Cooper To Feature In Steven Spielberg’s ‘Bullitt’ Remake

Washington [US]: Actor Bradley Cooper will star in Steven Spielberg’s next film, an original feature based on the character of Frank Bullitt, the no-nonsense San Francisco cop played by Steve McQueen in the 1968 motion mystery ‘Bullitt’.

Variety informed that Josh Singer has been roped in to jot down the screenplay for the film, that’s currently in development at Warner Bros. Though plot details haven’t been discovered, the drawing close production is predicted to observe Bullitt on a wholly different exploit than the McQueen authentic’s. Cooper will also produce the film alongside Spielberg and his generating associate Kristie Macosko Krieger (marking their second collaboration after Maestro). More information regarding the venture is awaited.

Warner Bros launched the authentic “Bullitt” directed by Peter Yates and based on the 1963 novel “Mute Witness.” In what became McQueen’s most exceptional position, he portrayed a detective investigating the death of a mob informant he turned into hired to shield.

Meanwhile, Cooper is presently in post-manufacturing on the particularly predicted film ‘Maestro’, which he stars in, co-writes, directs, and produces.

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