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Film & TV News Leonard Bernstein Biopic Maestro Streams December 20

Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan star in the film for Netflix.

Carey Mulligan as Felicia Montealegre and Bradley Cooper as Leonard Bernstein in Maestro Jason McDonald/Netflix

Movie fans who weren't able to take in Maestro in its limited November theatrical release can now enjoy the Leonard Bernstein biopic streaming at home. The film hits Netflix December 20. 

Oscar and Tony nominee Bradley Cooper stars as the great American composer and conductor alongside fellow Oscar and Tony nominee Carey Mulligan as his wife actress Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. The film centers on the lifelong relationship between the two and the challenges their marriage faced. Cooper also directs the film, which he co-wrote with Josh Singer.

The film also boasts a stellar supporting cast, with many theatre regulars among them. See Matt Bomer as clarinetist David Oppenhiem, a close friend of Bernstein's; Michael Urie as choreographer Jerome Robbins; Gideon Glick as musician Tommy Cothran, a rumored lover of Bernstein's; Maya Hawke as Jamie Bernstein, daughter of Leonard and Felicia; Sarah Silverman as Shirley Bernstein, Leonard's sister; and Miriam Shor as actress and model Cynthia O'Neal.

As awards season heats up, the film has started nabbing several nominations. The Golden Globes came in with four, including Best Picture, Drama, performance nominations for Cooper and Mulligan, and a direction nod for Cooper.

Critics Choice Award nominations include Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Hair and Makeup, as well as a Best Director and Best Actor nominations for Cooper, and a Best Actress nod for Mulligan.

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