Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan promote their new film Maestro at a BAFTA ... trends now
Cooper, 48, and Mulligan, 38, who play composer Leonard Bernstein and his muse Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein in the film, attended a British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) screening on Monday at the Museum of Modern Art.
They were also spotted just a few blocks away at The Whitby Hotel for an Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) screening and Q&A as well.
Cooper stepped out in a black long-sleeved shirt with blue pants and black work boots for the evening, along with a set of reading glasses.
His co-star Mulligan opted for a black top under a black blazer with blue jeans and black heeled boots.
Busy: Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan are staying busy getting the word out on their new film Maestro, attending two different screenings and Q&A's on the same day
Bradley's look: Cooper stepped out in a black long-sleeved shirt with blue pants and black work boots for the evening, along with a set of reading glasses
Cooper - who also directed and co-wrote the film - and Mulligan were joined on stage by cinematographer Matthew Libatique, prosthetic makeup designer Kazu Hiro, costume designer Mark Bridges, production designer Kevin Thompson and screenwriter Josh Singer, along with moderator Stephanie Zacharek.
Both Cooper and Mulligan were also spotted just a few blocks away at The Whitby Hotel for another screening and Q&A.
While Mulligan arrived in the same outfit as the previous screening, Cooper changed into a different long-sleeved shirt while keeping the same pants and boots.
Both Cooper and Mulligan also posed at the AMPAS event with co-star Matt Bomer, who played musician David Oppenheim, and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Cooper also posed with actress Chloe Grace Moretz at the screening and Q&A presentation.
Mulligan also posed with fellow actress Grace Gummer at the AMPAS event