Tuesday was a big night for Bradley Cooper, who was honored with the Best Director award for his work on “A Star Is Born” at the National Board of Review Awards Gala in NYC.
"Extra" spoke with Cooper, who won the group's Best Actor award for “Silver Linings Playbook" in 2013. He said, “It’s incredible… They honored me six years ago and I couldn't get my head around it, and I certainly can't get my head around this.”
Over the weekend, Bradley turned 44 — how did he celebrate? He dished, “I went to an escape room — it was amazing! We did two rooms. The first one we had four minutes left. The second one we did it in an hour. They're hard. But they're so much fun, oh, my gosh.”
Bradley’s favorite football team, the Philadelphia Eagles, also won their playoff game right before the Globes broadcast. He shared, “I watched the game until about four minutes left.”
At the Globes, Cooper's "A Star Is Born" co-star Lady Gaga won for Best Original Song, thanking Bradley on Instagram. He commented, “I'm on no social media. But she told me she was going to do something.”