Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga Return To The Big Screen in Extended Version of "A Star is Born"

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga Return To The Big Screen in Extended Version of “A Star is Born”

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Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are returning to the big screen with an extended version of their Oscar nominated film, A Star is Born.

For one week, Warner Brothers announced that the movie will be returning to theaters with extra footage.This extended version will contain 12 more minutes of footage with longer scenes of Ally’s (Lady Gaga) performance of “Shallow,” “Black Eyes,”  and “Alibi.”

That’s not all, fans of the movie will get to see  new footage of  Ally singing “Is That Alright?” to Jack (Bradley Cooper) during the wedding sequence, Jack in the studio singing “Too Far Gone” and Jack and Ally writing a new song “Clover.”

Bradley and Lady Gaga recently performed the film’s song “Shallow” at the Academy Awards on Feb. 24, where the movie was nominated for Best Picture. Lady Gaga along with songwriters Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt,  took home the Oscar for Best Original song (“Shallow”) and thanked her co-star for his support.

“Bradley, there’s not a single person on the planet that could have sung this song with me but you,” Gaga said in her acceptance speech. “Thank you for believing in us.”

The extended version of A Star is Born will hit theaters on March 1.

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