Actor Bradley Cooper was spotted in Central Park on Monday, walking his dog and looking serious (photo source: PCN). If you want to try to catch a glimpse of the star, he is scheduled to be at Central Park’s Wollman Rink (near Sixth Avenue and Central Park South) today to film a scene for the upcoming flick The Dark Fields. The film, which co-stars Robert De Niro, had a scheduled shooting for the scene on Monday, but it was pushed back to Tuesday, then today, due to rain.
Also spotted in Central Park recently was President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, with wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, looking very much together as they dined at the Central Park Boathouse on Sunday before returning to their hotel (photo source: NY Post)
Finally, on to the Twitter sightings. @lloydofyourlife spotted Harris Yulin in Columbus Circle late last week. The actor is best known for his roles in Scarface, Ghostbusters II, and Training Day. Also, @dicharut spotted actor/funny guy
Lloyd Bridges this weekend on the Upper West Side. Turns out Lloyd bridges died in 1998. So either it wasn’t him, or we are all in SERIOUS trouble!
Did you see a celebrity on the UWS recently? Tell us… send as much information as possible to “alerts [at] myupperwest.com,” and we might post it!
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Tags: Bradley Cooper, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Central Park Boathouse, France, Harris Yulin, Lloyd Bridges, Nicolas Sarkozy, The Dark Fields