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Bradley Cooper: 'Golden Globe nomination is surreal'

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Bradley Cooper has described his Golden Globe nomination for Silver Linings Playbook as "surreal".

Cooper is nominated in the 'Best Actor (Musical or Comedy)' category, while the film is also up for 'Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy)'.

Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence star in 'Silver Linings Playbook'.


The actor called into Today on Thursday (December 13) to react to his first-ever Golden Globe nod.

"It's a small film and it's a word-of-mouth movie. The fact that it's getting this kind of attention [means] hopefully more people will go see it," Cooper said.

"We loved doing it. We care so much about the film and it's amazing to be recognised. And then on a personal level, it's just surreal… I grew up as the nerd who would wake up to watch the [Golden Globe] announcements.

"To hear [presenter and Hangover co-star] Ed Helms say Silver Linings Playbook was just incredible."

Bradley Cooper
The Weinstein Company presents a special screening of 'Silver Linings Playbook' at the AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater - Ar

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Cooper is competing in the 'Best Actor (Musical or Comedy)' category against Bernie's Jack Black, Hugh Jackman of Les Misérables, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen star Ewan McGregor and Bill Murray from Hyde Park on Hudson.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler host the 70th annual Golden Globes on January 13, 2013 on NBC.

Watch Bradley Cooper call into Today below:

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