Maestro poster reveals fresh glimpse of Bradley Cooper & Carey Mulligan

    Netflix releases a fresh Maestro poster for Bradley Cooper's upcoming biographical drama on renowned composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein.

    Maestro (Soure: Variety)

    Maestro (Soure: Variety)

    The poster offers a fresh glimpse of Cooper and Carey Mulligan as they depict Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, respectively. The movie is set to premiere in select theaters on November 22, with its streaming debut scheduled for December 20.

    What's It All About:

    Maestro is a film directed by Bradley Cooper, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Josh Singer. It explores the enduring love story between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein, portraying their lifelong relationship. The movie is described as a heartfelt tribute to life and art, offering an emotionally sweeping depiction of family and love. 

    In addition to Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan, the film features a talented ensemble cast including Matt Bomer, Maya Hawke, Sarah Silverman, Josh Hamilton, Scott Ellis, Gideon Glick, Sam Nivola, Alexa Swinton, and Miriam Shor. 

    Maestro Poster (Source: Netflix)

    Initial Maestro Reviews:

    The first wave of reviews for Maestro are out and it's a mixed bag. Some critics are singing praises for the film, highlighting Cooper and Mulligan's subtle performances and their love for the movie. Meanwhile, others voice disappointment in the absence of Leonard Bernstein's well-known political activism.

    Initial reviews suggest that Maestro is an artistic triumph, even though it sidesteps Leonard Bernstein's involvement with the Black Panthers and other activists. Critics are raving about the subtle nuances in Cooper and Mulligan's performances, with a particular spotlight on Mulligan's standout portrayal, which could potentially catapult her into the early award season buzz.

    We've got a little wait before 'Maestro' graces the theaters for its limited run, just before its Netflix release on December 20. As of now, it boasts a commendable 94% Tomatometer score on Rotten Tomatoes, and with such positive critical acclaim, it's likely to generate even more buzz leading up to its release.