Given that he is one of the most ardent Eagles supporters in the world, Bradley Cooper’s involvement in the Super Bowl LVII promo video makes sense. The film, which centers on Jalen Hurts winning “One More,” the biggest game of his short career, is narrated by Cooper.
The game will feature the top two vote-getters in the NFL MVP race. Kansas City’s All-Pro quarterback, who finished the regular season with a PFF grade of 91.3, won his second MVP award last year after throwing for a career-high 5,251 yards and tossing 41 touchdown passes to 11 different players.
Mahomes handily defeated Jalen Hurts, getting 48 of 50 first-place votes from a national panel of media representatives, according to the Associated Press. Hurts received one first-place vote, 26 seconds, 11 thirds, and 10 fourth-place votes, while Mahomes received 490 points to Hurts’ 193.
Actor and Eagles fanatic Bradley Cooper provided the narration for the video that was released early Friday afternoon. He is always present at key matches such as Super Bowl LII when Philly upset Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. He is pumped up and supporting his squad this time.
“We have an obsession around here,” Cooper begins. “To stay in the moment. To focus on every single detail. The next minute. The next meeting. The next practice. The next game.”
Highlights from the Eagles’ resounding postseason victories over the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers are shown in conjunction with Cooper’s statements.
“We sacrifice out of love,” Cooper continues. “Love of our teammates, our coaches, our city.” The video then shifts its attention to the city and the supporters, showing scenes from the street parties that followed the Eagles’ NFC Championship victory.
“Together, we’ve got one goal… Bring that Lombardi Trophy back home,” Cooper concluded.
The Super Bowl between the Eagles and Chiefs will be the most intense Eagles game Bradley Cooper will ever witness. There are several different narratives in this competition, which will offer fans much to talk about for years to come.