Bradley Cooper rumors
"Oh my god, that's so nuts!" he said, amused by the chatter.
Cooper told BBC News last Tuesday that he'd "be interested" in taking on the role of Armstrong. "I think he's fascinating," he said on the British outlet's Manchester-based morning show.
J.J. Abrams, whose production company (along with Paramount Pictures) recently picked up the rights to a New York Times sports writer's proposal for a book called Cycle of Lies: The Fall of Lance Armstrong, confirmed to Entertainment Tonight over the weekend that he's in talks with Cooper about starring in a biopic and that the actor emailed him expressing interest.
"I had no idea what [(he interviewer) was talking about. I didn’t even know that J.J. has the rights, I had no idea," Cooper said in his Access Hollywood chat.