During his Variety Glenn Close, Sam Elliott read "A Star Is Born" with Lady Gaga.
"I've loved her from afar "Elliott said. "Stefanie," he said, "She was just kidding on this regular girl on some level.
Elliott described a moment at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles after a long day and shooting in the hot sun. It's all Little Monsters, fanbase that followed her religiously.
"She just came out of nowhere and sat down at the piano and started singing," they were the extras in the crowd, "he said, remembering how he had begun to dwindle as the sun went down and got chillier. he said of Gaga. "Everybody just stopped. It was just magical. "
So he discussed Gaga's implicit trust in Cooper's vision for the film.
" I never met Bradley Cooper before. "
"I ended up going to his home and sat with him for a couple of hours," he said, recalling how Cooper brought him out to work with a vocal coach. "Elliott said."
It was Cooper's unwavering faith that became the life blood of the project.
"I remember Bradley telling me in the driveway, 'If you trust me, you'll be glad you did it,'" Elliott said.
Watch the full interview below: