Bradley Cooper here to start filming Cameron Crowe's 'Deep Tiki'
Actor Bradley Cooper of “The Hangover” fame is in Hawaii with model-girlfriend Suki Waterhouse to begin filming Cameron Crowe’s set-in-the-islands “Deep Tiki” film.
Cooper, 38, who is the 2011 People magazine “Sexiest Man Alive,” arrived in Honolulu on Thursday, according to the Daily Mail.
The Canadian actor was been snuggling with Waterhouse, 20, a Londoner, for about six months. They met at the Elle Style Awards earlier in the year.
“Deep Tiki” has been a secretive project for Crowe, a writer-director known for such popular films as “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” “Almost Famous,” “Vanilla Sky,” “Jerry McGuire,” “Elizabethtown,” so specifics on his latest project are scanty. For several years, the upcoming movie was dubbed “Untitled Cameron Crowe Project” because he’s been mum about its content.
Cooper apparently plays a military contract dispatched to Hawaii to oversee the launch of a weapons satellite.
The movie also features Danny McBride, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams.
Official start-of-shooting details, nor locations, have not been released.
Below, actor Bradley Cooper, and writer-director Cameron Crowe.