So, if you have any acting or modeling that needs doing, talk to Brad. (Thanks for the tip, werttrew.)
That shoe was totally asking for it. Did you see how it was dressed?
Definitely include the pose that looks like your using the wall to scratch your ass. Definitely do that.
As a casting director, I often want to make sure an actor is willing to crap on the side of a building before I hire them.
I am an actor and a model. No Brad
My favorite actor is Vince Vaughn. No Brad
I. Just stop it Brad
MY MOM IS DEAD!
He was right when he said, “And I can’t even cry.” I mean, he is really really bad at crying.
Is that what he was saying? I thought it was ‘MY MOM IS DAD!’
MY MOM IS THE DONNA SPIDER BONER AFFAIR!
“She is my mother….(SLAP)….my father (Slap)…..she is my MOTHER and my FATHER!”
His mom is DAD and his name is BREAD.
Take note Don Draper: The one thing your ad campaigns are missing is the feeling of an awkward 14 year old yelling at you to buy something.
Wait he’s 18?! He fooled me…wow, the magic of acting.
I heard him say, “My mom is DAD,” which frankly would have lent a little more gravity and dimension to his monologue.
“My favorite actor is Vince Vaughn without question. He has the perfect combination of comedy and wittiness that I find very rare in an actor.”
Oh. Oh brad. I worry about him, I really do.
Excuuuuuuuse me, young man?
I think he has a point. Vince Vaughn’s particular brand of reading funny words that are written for him in an entirely unlikeable way is very rare. Very rare indeed.
Well, he had me until he said he was non-union. I suspect Sally Field will have some words for him.
Cap, you know I’m not a pro-union guy!
Well I hope everyone is happy with the sex they’ve had, because this guy will be having all the sex from now on.
Yeah, he definitely said his Mom is Dad. Makes this whole thing slightly easier to understand.
this! oh my god. laughing too hard. oh my god.
“I can’t even cry.”
I have got to start working in organic reasons for my being a terrible actor into my audition tapes.
nice diction, brad
What was going on in that monologue? I thought he was talking to his teacher, then it sounded like it was his ex-girlfriend, then he couldn’t cry.
but then he did cry.
but then I cried.
Then Maggie laughed. She’s such a little trooper.
The only stipulation in Brad’s contract is that his character can only wear a polo shirt with a white T underneath. Otherwise, no deal
“Now Brad, this is a gritty human drama that takes place in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Do you think you have what it takes to really get down and dirty into the pain of human existence?”
“Depends, can I wear a crisp American Eagle polo with a white Hanes tee shirt underneath?”
“Well, no … pretty much everything will be rags.”
“We’re sorry to see you go, Brad.”
“I have integrity, you know. Like Vince Vaughn.”
In high school a friend let it slip that as a child his mother had him take modeling/acting classes and a tape existed of him strutting his skills during a runway presentation. (His tape also included a monologue about one of his parents being dead… is that some sort of weird requirement for child/tween/teen actors?) Of course we had to immediately watch the tape three times. I bet when I send him this link he will thank his lucky stars we were 90s kids and none of us had access to youtube.
This kid is one inflatable alligator away from a Corey Haim comeback video.
Brad’s sleepy, dead-behind-the-eyes gaze alone will book him all the commercials.
His mouth says he’s acting, but his eyes say he’s dead.
My eyes are DEAD!
His eyes are DAD!
In the Nike presentation, did he say, “This shoe says work me, bend me, shave me”?
“Brad, with your uncanny acting, how would you like to save the world?”
“I’ve never lived the life of ‘Oh, you’re so good looking.’ People thought I was a girl when I was little, because I looked like a girl – maybe because my mother would keep my hair really long. Well my mom is DEAD, and I can’t even get a haircut.” -Brad Cooper
‘drenched in swat’
‘my mom is dad, she’s DAD’
‘if i do, it will mean i sect, really x-sect that she’s gone forever.’
I like him. He’s like a gay Johnny Weir.
BWAAAAAAhahahahahaha, I see what you did there. XD
Ahhhh, the ol’ “facebook connector” thingy. We meet again. Thanks. You’re *almost* as useful as autocorrect!
Graphite Pencil Company: Pencils with A BIT of an attitude. This is Pencily Pencilbody, signing off.
Can we be ABSOLUTELY certain that his “monologue” isn’t just a recording of an actual therapy session?
related point: I loved how he emphasized his capacity/desire to really “become that character” (a different character, i presume) and then showed us some acting entirely based on the whinging of an adolescent boy/”man”. potential, this guy has it!
His mom is dad and he woke up in the night drenched in S.W.A.T. This kid’s got a heart life.
That monologue was like if he only saw the “It’s not your fault!” scene from Good Will Hunting and extrapolated the rest of the film from his own Difficult Emotional Issues.
There’s at least one role he’s born to play. Someone forward this to Chris Nolan.
Shit! My joke is ruined. How do you post with an image?
Was that monologue from Garden State? Forget Brad’s awful mispronunciation of words and obsessive love of Vince Vaughn, I’m pretty sure his “serious acting” idol is Zach Braff. And we all know what that means.
If only his mouth were lower, I’d give him the job.
“I woke up in the middle of the night all drenched in swat!” “My mom is dad. She’s dad, and I can’t even cry.”
I’m worried about Brad’s chance’s for success you guys!
I’ve actually been looking for a cool guy who can really model polo shirts for me!
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