Maestro London film premiere 2023
Maestro will tell the complex love story of Leonard and Felicia, a story that spans over 30 years-from the time they met in 1946 at a party and continuing through two engagements, a 25 year marriage, and three children: Jamie Bernstein, Alexander Bernstein and Nina Bernstein Simmons.
Maestro London Premieres BFI LFF – HEADLINE GALA
- Status: Confirmed
- Date: October 9, 2023
- Location: Southbank centre, Royal festival hall, London
- Attended by: Carey Mulligan, Bradley Cooper, Matt Bomer, Maya Hawke, Sarah Silverman
- Release in Cinemas: 2023-12-20
- Runtime: 129 minutes
- directors: Bradley Cooper
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- Steven Spielberg was considering directing the movie, but when Bradley Cooper showed him an early cut of A Star Is Born (2018), Spielberg walked over to Cooper after the "Shallow" scene and said to him, "you're directing Maestro."
- Both Martin Scorsese and Steven Spielberg were attached to direct, before Bradley Cooper showed them A Star Is Born (2018).
- This is Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan's first joint venture, but not the first time the pair met. Mulligan suffered a head injury during the 2018 Broadway preview of playwright Dennis Kelly's "Girls & Boys" after a heavy stage curtain struck her unexpectedly. Cooper happened to be in the theater audience and he accompanied her to urgent care in Manhattan.
- Paramount Pictures was the original distributor before the film moved to Netflix.
- The project got the rights to Bernstein's music instead of Cary Joji Fukunaga's Bernstein biopic, The American, which would have starred Jake Gyllenhaal.
- First R-rated film produced by Amblin Entertainment since Letters from Iwo Jima (2006).
- For the title role, Bradley Cooper wore a prosthetic nose to better amplify his resemblance to Leonard Bernstein, a decision that initially caused quite a stir with the ADL who saw it as an antisemitic gesture. However, Bernstein's children Alexander Bernstein, Jamie Bernstein and Nina Bernstein defended Cooper's decision calling the ADL's criticism "disingenuous".