Monday, July 6, 2015

Bradley Cooper and Renee Zellweger show up at his alma mater

He was in town doing reshoots for "The Dark Fields."

Bradley Cooper and Renee Zellweger show up at his alma mater

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Cooper and Zellweger with a couple Patriots.
Cooper and Zellweger with a couple Patriots.

Actor Bradley Cooper, back in town Wednesday and Thursday to reshoot scenes for The Dark Fields, visited his alma mater, Germantown Academy in Fort Washington, on Thursday.

Cooper (class of 1993) brought girlfriend Renee Zellweger and dog Charlotte to check out the new athletic fields and new middle school and upper school.

Middle school students who were outside with their phys-ed class said that Bradley gave autographs (some on their arms) and posed for a few photos.

In The Dark Fields, which was filmed here last spring, Cooper plays a struggling writer who gets a boost after he takes a wonder drug. Cooper and Abbie Cornish came back to Philly to reshoot a few scenes.

The film, due out March 18, also stars Robert De Niro.

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