In the movie Silver Linings Playbook, Bradley Cooper played a man whose family was uncomfortably obsessed with the Philadelphia Eagles. It turns out that his character's "motivation" came from a very real place — Cooper was at the Super Bowl, clad in Eagles gear, having the time of his life.
Cooper had a classy seat in the owner's box, but it didn't stop him from going wild for every big play:
His expressions were priceless:
Twitter users couldn't get enough Cooper:
The actor goes deep into his characters...
And the Super Bowl isn't the only sporting mega event Cooper has attended recently:
When the Eagles finally claimed victory, the entire city of Philadelphia rejoiced. This, of course, includes Cooper, whose emotions were almost too much to handle. Congratulations on a well-earned victory, Philly!
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