Bradley Cooper Doesn't Only Have Onscreen Chemistry with Lady Gaga — Here's Who Else!
Cooper, 44, and Lawrence, 28, first starred together in the 2012 drama Silver Linings Playbook. Their chemistry was hard to ignore and earned the two Oscar nominations in the Best Actor and Best Actress categories, with Lawrence winning hers. They reunited in the 2013 film American Hustle, which also earned them Oscar nominations.
Cooper’s breakout came in the J.J. Abrams series Alias opposite Garner, 46, who played Sydney Bristow, a CIA spy. Cooper portrayed her best friend Will Tippin, but he left the show at the end of season 2. The actor returned as a special guest in season 3 and season 5.
Robert De Niro
Cooper acted opposite screen legend De Niro, 75, in 2011’s Limitless after he convinced the Oscar winner of portraying tycoon Carlos Van Loon to his Edward Morra, a struggling writer who is introduced to a new drug that gives him the ability to fully utilize his brain. The two reunited in Silver Linings Playbook where De Niro played Cooper’s father.
Pratt, 39, and Cooper brought laughter to audiences in the 2014 film Guardians of the Galaxy as Peter Quill and talking raccoon Rocket, respectively. Audiences can see them again in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame.
Miller, 37, played Taya Kyle, Cooper’s wife in the 2014 biographical war drama American Sniper in which he portrayed Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle. The film grossed $350 million in the U.S. box office and over $500 million worldwide.
Sparks flew between Cooper and Johansson onscreen in the 2009 film He’s Just Not That into You in which he played Ben, a married man who finds himself attracted to Anna (Johansson). The two costarred together again in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War and are set to reprise their roles as Rocket and Black Widow in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame.
Gosling, 38, and Cooper went toe-to-toe in 2012’s The Place Beyond the Pines. Cooper plays police officer Avery Cross, who kills Gosling’s Luke Glanton, a motorcycle stuntman. The film landed in many top 10 lists of that year, including on Vanity Fair, New York Post, The Tampa Bay Times and the San Jose Mercury News.
Michael lan Black
Black, 47, and Cooper portrayed secret lovers McKinley and Ben in Wet Hot American Summer in 2001. The two returned for the sequel series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.
Dane, 46, was more than McSteamy from Grey's Anatomy, he was also Sean Jackson, a gay football player in love with Cooper's Holden Wilson in the 2010 film Valentine's Day. Sean finally comes out on national television to prove his love to Holden, and the two share an intimate moment when they reconcile.