Oscar winner Chris Cooper, who is known for his supporting roles in Hollywood films was, in Culpeper Saturday shooting scenes drawn author JD Salinger for the film “Coming Through the Rye”. The 63-year-old Cooper, in a black leather jacket and black jeans, are salt and pepper hair combed back, was hit on US 15 for some time for the film in 1969 when the director before the camera from the Center for Education George Washington Carver-Piedmont and his team to watch the veteran actor. Cooper, an Oscar and won a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in 2002 for “adjustment”, also checked the monitor values for a touch reapplied makeup on the scene outside of the historic building. A member of the production staff on set said on Saturday his team to scenes in the old school was shoot decades on November 1, but strong winds prevented the shooting that day. The film, which release due in 2015, a coming of age story about 16-year-old Jamie Schwartz, an aspiring writer who is desperate, rebellious teenager Holden Caulfield fiction, the protagonist of Salinger “The Catcher In Rye” in portraits is his own processing of the workpiece. In his research into the role, Schwartz fled his boarding school, find the reclusive Salinger. Before Cooper arrived on set Saturday afternoon, a crew member said he was filming a big scene about 60 extras and school buses and cars period ended. The crew member said he needed to do the trick in a historic building and the School GWC. Cooper remains busy as a Hollywood actor in the blockbuster of last year, “A Family” also played opposite Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “The Bourne Identity” with Matt Damon, “Me, Myself and Irene “with Jim Carey,” Money Train “with Wesley Snipes and” Life this boy “next to a young Leonardo DiCaprio – just a few movies.