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Web chat with 'Hustle's' Bradley Cooper rescheduled for Tuesday

Bradley Cooper, fresh off an Oscar nomination last year for "Silver Linings Playbook," reunited with director David O. Russell for "American Hustle," in which he plays another unhinged, comic character, an ambitious FBI agent trying to make a name for himself in a sting based on the real-life Abscam operation.

We'll talk with Cooper about his second go-round with Russell in a live Web chat Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. PST. Originally scheduled for Friday afternoon, Cooper's flight was canceled due to bad weather.

Topics under consideration for Tuesday: the challenges and rewards of playing flawed characters in Russell's universe, the time spent in curlers to achieve that perfect '70s permed hairstyle, and the chances for his beloved Philadelphia Eagles to go deep in the NFL playoffs. Oh, and Jennifer Lawrence: Something about working again with her too.

You are welcome to join in the fun as well. Post your questions in the comments section or tweet them with the hashtag #asklatimes and we'll try to pass them along. 

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