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Bradley Cooper turns TV producer

Press Trust of India  |  London 

Hollywood heartthrob is developing a television series based on his hit psychological thriller "Limitless".

The 2011 film starred Cooper as a struggling novelist, who became a financial wizard with the help of a mysterious drug, reported Digital Spy.

Cooper, 38, is teaming with Relativity Television and Georgeville Television on the proposed series.

"(Limitless) has an organic natural extension into a compelling and sophisticated one-hour drama that is both a thrill-ride and a social commentary," said Marc Rosen, CEO Georgeville TV.

Cooper, who executive produced the "Limitless" movie, is also producing his upcoming crime film "American Hustle".

The actor recently signed on to voice the character Rocket Raccoon in the upcoming Marvel "Guardians of the Galaxy".

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Bradley Cooper turns TV producer

Hollywood heartthrob Bradley Cooper is developing a television series based on his hit psychological thriller "Limitless". The 2011 film starred Cooper as a struggling novelist, who became a financial wizard with the help of a mysterious drug, reported Digital Spy. Cooper, 38, is teaming with Relativity Television and Georgeville Television on the proposed series. "(Limitless) has an organic natural extension into a compelling and sophisticated one-hour drama that is both a thrill-ride and a social commentary," said Marc Rosen, CEO Georgeville TV. Cooper, who executive produced the "Limitless" movie, is also producing his upcoming crime film "American Hustle". The actor recently signed on to voice the character Rocket Raccoon in the upcoming Marvel epic "Guardians of the Galaxy". Hollywood heartthrob is developing a television series based on his hit psychological thriller "Limitless".

The 2011 film starred Cooper as a struggling novelist, who became a financial wizard with the help of a mysterious drug, reported Digital Spy.

Cooper, 38, is teaming with Relativity Television and Georgeville Television on the proposed series.

"(Limitless) has an organic natural extension into a compelling and sophisticated one-hour drama that is both a thrill-ride and a social commentary," said Marc Rosen, CEO Georgeville TV.

Cooper, who executive produced the "Limitless" movie, is also producing his upcoming crime film "American Hustle".

The actor recently signed on to voice the character Rocket Raccoon in the upcoming Marvel "Guardians of the Galaxy".
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