Scott Cooper Miami Filmography
The Pale Blue Eye (2022)
Written, Directed and Produced by Scott Cooper
Scott Cooper’s upcoming film “The Pale Blue Eye” is an adaptation of Louis Bayard’s novel of the same name. The film follows a retired detective who is brought out of retirement to solve a series of murders at the United States Military Academy at West Point in the early 19th century. The Pale Blue Eye was released in select cinemas on December 23, 2022, before its streaming release on January 6, 2023, by Netflix.
Directed and written by Scott Cooper
Antlers is a supernatural horror film directed by Scott Cooper’s frequent collaborator, Guillermo del Toro. The movie follows a small-town Oregon teacher (Keri Russell) and her brother, the local sheriff (Jesse Plemons), as they discover that a young student is harboring a dangerous secret with frightening consequences. “Antlers” was released in 2021 and grossed $22.9 million worldwide.
Written, Directed and Produced by Scott Cooper
Set in 1892, “Hostiles” is a western drama that follows a U.S. Cavalry officer (Christian Bale) who is tasked with escorting a Cheyenne war chief and his family back to their home in Montana. Along the way, they encounter a young widow (Rosamund Pike) whose family was killed in a Comanche raid, and the group must band together to survive the harsh and unforgiving terrain. “Hostiles” premiered at the Telluride Film Festival and grossed $34.2 million worldwide.
Black Mass (2015)
“A Scott Cooper Miami Fan Club Favorite”
Directed and produced by Scott Cooper
Based on the true story of notorious Boston gangster Whitey Bulger, “Black Mass” explores the ruthless reign of the South Boston criminal and his unlikely alliance with FBI agent John Connolly. The film stars Johnny Depp as Bulger, with an ensemble cast that includes Joel Edgerton, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Dakota Johnson. “Black Mass” grossed $99.8 million worldwide. Scott Cooper and the Black Mass movie crew had descended on Revere Beach, turning it into 1970s-era Miami Beach, complete with palm trees and a Cuban cafe.
Out of the Furnace (2013)
Directed and Written by Scott Cooper
Set in the economically depressed Rust Belt region, “Out of the Furnace” is a crime drama that follows two brothers (Christian Bale and Casey Affleck) who become involved in the underground fight club scene. When one brother disappears, the other sets out on a dangerous mission to find him and seek revenge. “Out of the Furnace” grossed $15.3 million worldwide.
Crazy Heart (2009)
Directed, Written and Produced by Scott Cooper
“Crazy Heart” is a drama centered around a washed-up country music singer named Bad Blake, played by Jeff Bridges. As he struggles to revive his career and maintain his relationships, he meets a journalist (Maggie Gyllenhaal) who inspires him to turn his life around. The film won two Academy Awards, including Best Actor for Jeff Bridges, and grossed $47.3 million worldwide.
Scott Cooper Miami Acting Roles
Dry Martini (1998) – In this crime drama, Scott Cooper plays the lead role of Robert, a man who is drawn into a web of deceit and betrayal after his wife is murdered.
Perfect Fit (1999) – Scott Cooper has a small role as a guy in a bar in this crime thriller, which follows a struggling actor (Adrian Grenier) who gets caught up in a dangerous game of cat and mouse after he takes a job as a driver for a wealthy businessman (David Arquette).
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) – In this comedy sequel, Scott Cooper has a small role as Klansman’s Son Bobby, who appears in a comedic flashback sequence.
Takedown (2000) – Scott Cooper plays the role of Jake Cronin in this cybercrime thriller, also known as Hackers 2: Takedown. The film is based on the true story of Kevin Mitnick, a notorious hacker who was arrested and prosecuted by the FBI.
Bill’s Gun Shop (2001) – In this crime drama, Scott Cooper plays the role of Dillon McCarthy, a former criminal who tries to go straight by opening a gun store.
Rain (2001) – Scott Cooper plays Pvt. Holland in this Vietnam War drama, which follows a group of soldiers as they struggle to survive in the jungle.
Gods and Generals (2003) – In this historical war film, Scott Cooper plays Lieutenant Joseph Morrison, a Confederate officer who fights in the American Civil War. The film explores the perspectives of several historical figures during the war, including Confederate General Stonewall Jackson and Union Colonel Joshua Chamberlain.
Save It for Later (2003) – Scott Cooper plays Jake O’Connor in this drama, also known as Water Under the Bridge. The film follows a group of friends in their 30s as they confront personal and professional challenges.
Attitude (2003) – In this short film, Scott Cooper plays Rails, a young man who is forced to confront his inner demons after his friend dies in a tragic accident.
For Sale by Owner (2009) – In this horror thriller, Scott Cooper plays Will Custis, a man who inherits a haunted house and must confront the ghosts of its past.
Get Low (2009) – Scott Cooper has a small role as Carl in this drama film, which stars Robert Duvall as a reclusive hermit who decides to hold his own funeral while he’s still alive.
Scott Cooper Miami Television Roles
The X-Files (1999) – In this sci-fi/horror series, Scott Cooper plays Max Harden in the episode “Rush”. The episode follows agents Mulder and Scully as they investigate a high school student who has the ability to control the behavior of his classmates.
The District (2001) – Scott Cooper plays Michael Barrett in the episode “Lost and Found” of this crime drama series. The episode follows Chief Jack Mannion (Craig T. Nelson) and his team as they investigate the murder of a young girl and try to identify her killer.
Broken Trail (2006) – In this miniseries, Scott Cooper plays Gilpin, one of two cowboys (played by Robert Duvall and Thomas Haden Church) who lead a herd of horses from Oregon to Wyoming in the late 19th century. Along the way, they encounter various challenges and obstacles, including bandits, Native American tribes, and a group of Chinese women who have been sold into prostitution.