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Cooper, 43, and Gaga, 32, sang live while filming the drama, rather than pre-recording their vocals in a studio and lip-synching on set.

Cooper came on as director following his work with Clint Eastwood on "American Sniper". I can't wait for people to see this authentic, epic, handsome love story.

Check out the trailer for the movie above!

The October 5 release is a remake of the 1937 movie of the same name, in which an alcoholic Hollywood actor falls in love with a young actress while helping her with her career.

Cooper plays a famous country music star who takes an up-and-coming female singer under his wing. You can check out the first trailer for the film down below. But Gaga has spent a decade being uncommonly dramatic in her presentation and singing style, which makes her particularly well-suited to pick up acting fairly quickly, especially if it's the kind of role that speaks to her inner core.

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A Star Is Born marks Cooper's directorial debut. It has since been remade multiple times, with the most recent version in 1976 starring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson. He helps struggling artist Ally (Gaga) take her place in the spotlight while battling his internal demons.

The cast of A Star Is Born additionally includes Sam Elliott, Bonnie Somerville, Andrew Dice Clay, Dave Chappelle, Greg Grunberg, Michael Harney, Willam Belli, Rafi Gavron, Eddie Griffin, Rebecca Field, Anthony Ramos, D.J.

A Star is Born is being produced by Bill Gerber, Jon Peters, Bradley Cooper, Todd Phillips and Lynette Howell Taylor; with Basil Iwanyk, Michael Rapino, Heather Parry and Ravi Mehta serving as executive producers.

Check out the A Star Is Born trailer and posters below.


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