Hardball | January 31, 2013
>>> we're back with bradly cooper, star of the great new philadelphia movie, i must say silver linings play book. here's another clip of the movie, but you've got to go see it. let's watch it.
>> can you talk about something that you did before or after?
>> yeah, about a week before the incident, i called the cops. and i told them that my wife and the history guy were plotting against me by embezzling money from the local high school which wasn't true. it was a delusion. and we later found out from the hospital it's because i'm --
>> undiagnosed bipolar.
>> yeah. with mood swings and weird thinking brought on by severe stress which rarely happens, thank god.
>> is that actor really from south asia ? or is that an ak acceptability --
>> yeah, that's adam pomkar.
>> he ends up at the eagles game.
>> yes, president green.
>> and you kbiguys all defend him. there's a scene in this, by the way, in which you do something to dance. they learn to dance. i'm bragging on this the other week. they don't bother taking dancing lessons. but you went out there dancing in this movie.
>> we certainly did. we trained everyone onset. and she had a lion's share. there were no dance doubles. that was us doing a very bipolar dance.
>> it was kind of an embarrassing shot in there. there's a scene in the movie which i think is the treasure of the movie. we probably don't have the clip. when robert deniro , your dad, realized that your first wife, which basically dumped you, isn't the right one, never was the right one and he has this great line with where he says she may have loved you once, maybe. but she doesn't love you now and this one does.
>> yeah, that's great. and that's a great moment. when we were shooting that moment, he had tears in his eyes and we thought, wow.
>> what a dad.
>> when you win the academy award for best actor , i think you should show that scene. are you going to see the troops?
>> yeah, we're going to go right now. we're going to show it to about 50 guys, do a q&a afterwards.
>> we're going to show them the movie. it's the best thing about this thing. it's able to reach out and make people feel included.
>> they're going to love it.
>> that's the main thing. serious business. thank you, bradly cooper.