Bradley Cooper takes a break from filming Nightmare Alley with Rooney Mara for daughter Lea De Seine Shayk Cooper as she rides her pink scooter in NYC.
He was wearing a blue button-up shirt, gray trousers, and his fave brown suede sneakers while carrying an animal backpack and a pink thermos flask. The actor had all-eyes on Lea de Seine as she drove her scooter confidently in a white helmet and Burberry puffer jacket, denim leggings, and animal boots ahead of her third birthday.
Cooper, 45, has been working on the 1946 thriller Nightmare Alley by Willian Lindsay Gresham alongside Rooney Mara and The Shape of Water director Guillermo del Toro. The star-studded cast also includes William Dafoe, Cate Blanchett, Ron Perlman, and Richard Jenkins.
Guillermo hand-picked the city for its historical architecture and charming citizens: “I wanted to find a city that was really interesting to visit for an audience, that was not a city they were overtly familiar with,” said the director during a conference in New York.
The movie production has had a positive effect in the local economy with owner Michael Schultz of Schultz Auto and Truck Repair not believing his good-luck when he was asked to hand-deliver vintage vehicles to the movie location — “I didn’t believe it at first, because it just seemed odd,” said Schultz to WIVB news.
The auto mechanic ended up delivering 9 out of 45 vintage cars used on location with the 36 remaining cars being rented out from local collectors and the Pierce Arrow Museum.
Bradley has been commuting from Buffalo to Manhattan (381 miles) when not filming to visit with his daughter while her mom is away during Paris Fashion Week.