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Bradley Cooper Offered The Role Of Vince McMahon In Upcoming Biopic Film

Bradley Cooper Offered The Role Of Vince McMahon In Upcoming Biopic Film”

For those who don't, here's a quick summary - Vince McMahon is the current chairman and CEO of the WWE, and has been involved in professional wrestling since the '60s.

The film, which is understood to be titled Pandemonium, is also due to be produced by WWE Studios and TriStar, however no release or production date has been set. PWInsider reported last night that Hollywood A-lister Bradley Cooper has been offered the role of Vince McMahon in the upcoming biopic Pandemonium.

Having earlier this year broken news of details pertaining to the film's script, PWInsider's Mike Johnson now writes that: "Whether Cooper is receptive to the idea remains to be seen, but. the offer was made". The belief was that once WWE Studios became involved with the project, the existing script would undergo heavy rewrites to remove some of aspects of the film that the McMahon family would not be happy with. Now it seems that the whole world is going to get the chance to see a version of his life play out on the big screen because a Vince McMahon biopic is currently in development.

Few actors could accurately convey the manic, machiavellian and mischievous side of Vince McMahon, but Bradley Cooper is one who could definitely pull it off.



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