Thursday, July 30, 2015

Bradley Cooper, Gerard Butler snap selfie at Wimbledon

TV cameras caught Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler snapping a selfie during the Men's singles final.

Bradley Cooper, Gerard Butler snap selfie at Wimbledon

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TV cameras caught Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler snapping a selfie during the Men´s singles final at Wimbledon.
TV cameras caught Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler snapping a selfie during the Men's singles final at Wimbledon.

Actors Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler stole a small bit of Andy Murray’s championship-winning spotlight on Sunday, when the two appeared in the Wimbledon stands wearing light summer suit jackets and retro sunglasses.

The actors became friends after presenting an award together during the 2010 Oscars.

Cooper, the Philadelphia-born, Academy Award-nominated actor (and former Daily News contributor), and the Scottish Butler were both rooting for Murray over top-seeded Novak Djokovic of Serbia.

Murray became the first Brit to win the Gentleman’s Singles title in 77 years.

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Cooper’s girlfriend Suki Waterhouse was also in attendance, but judging by the bromantic selfie pictures, it doesn’t look like Cooper noticed her either.

Rumors have already begun to circulate about a possible film collaboration.

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