The third remake of 1937’s “A Star Is Born,” for which Janet Gaynor won the Academy Award for her role as an aspiring actress dealing with a fading star, played by Fredric March. It was rebooted in 1954 with Judy Garland and James Mason, and in 1976 with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson. Now it is coming out again with our favorite Bradley Cooper and the bad romance star, Lady Gaga.
Lady Gaga makes her debut in the film industry with this movie. A Star is Born is all set to give Gaga a chance to be born as an actor.
Cooper, who also directed, stars as veteran singer Jackson Maine. The first scene opens with him standing in front of a massive audience, singing a ballad that includes the lyric “Maybe it’s time to let the old ways down.” Will this re-creation come with slight additions of its own?
Later Gaga’s character is discovered, a struggling artist named Ally who’s short on confidence. “I don’t sing my own songs,” she tells Cooper. “I don’t sing my own songs. I just don’t feel comfortable,” she tells the smitten Maine. “Almost every single person has told me they liked the way I sounded but they didn’t like the way I look.” Gaga has previously shared she has been bullied, are these lines mere dialogues for the movie or is this something heartfelt by Gaga?
Lady Gaga is seen all natural, no bold appearance experiments were done by her. When Bradley says to her, “I think you’re beautiful,” we cannot help but agree.
The trailer ends with a rapid-fire montage of the central characters as they fall in love, perform together onstage and juggle their separate careers. We are sure the screen will sizzle with the chemistry these two are portraying.
The movie hits the cinemas on 5th October and we cannot wait to see Cooper with that beard! Sorry, Gaga but Cooper has got our interest.