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In the film, Bullock plays Mary Magdalene Horowitz, a socially inept crossword puzzle constructor, at least until constructing a puzzle in tribute to the subject of her stalking, for a Sacramento newspaper whose cheery demeanor is supposed to endear her to us despite her obviously psycho-stalker tendencies and psychopathic weirdness that would scare away virtually anyone with any common sense.After being set up on a blind date with a CNN cameraman (Bradley Cooper), Mary Magdalene spends the rest of the film crossing the country to chase this hottie down, egged on by a fellow reporter (Thomas Haden Church), in scenes that are uncomfortable at best, excruciating at worst and exacerbated by a mind-bogglingly manipulative climax in which Mary Magdalene finds herself at the bottom of a well alongside a hard-of-hearing youngster (Delaney Hamilton) while her hottie reporter covers the scene live. Screenwriter Kim Barker ("License to Wed") pummels Mary Magdalene with cruelty after cruelty along the way, almost as much cruelty as is tossed at the audience of this allegedly romantic comedy that is neither romantic nor even remotely funny.The two divorced after four months -- sore subject alert -- and Cooper has since referred to the marriage as “just something that happened.” Cooper said that “if I continued it, I was really going to sabotage my whole life.” He was 29.That’s when he started to take any work he could get and be glad that he was employed.I think that people can mistake a sort of laid-back quality for that frat thing.” And that’s what he has to work with again this awards season.ALSO: Disney star on nude pics: Making ‘best of it through humor’ ‘50 Shades’ star Jamie Dornan, wife Amelia welcome baby girl Ashley Tisdale gushes over fiance, releases ‘You’re Always Here’ Follow @Nardine Saad Follow Ministry of Gossip @LATcelebs.

REVIEW: ‘American Hustle’ shakes things up in madcap style “I would only work three days a week.Russell flick, “American Hustle,” addressed a few sore subjects with GQ’s Zach Baron in the magazine’s January 2014 issue, talking about his early career, playing jerks a la Phil in “The Hangover” and his struggle with sobriety.In 2001, the Pennsylvania native landed a supporting role on “Alias,” playing journalist Will Tippin, best friend to Jennifer Garner’s Sydney Bristow.And I don’t have to put on this air to be somebody else, and this person still wants to work with me? “Now, in the back of my head, or in a place of my heart of, like, creativity, did I feel utterly fulfilled? But I was grateful and happy to be working, and filling that void in smaller moments.” Then Russell’s “Silver Linings Playbook” turned things around for him and, along with a slew of acting nominations, earned him cred as a real, soulful actor, according to “American Hustle” costar Amy Adams.“I’ve just never seen him as a frat boy,” she told the mag. But he’s a very soulful person, a very open person.

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