Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, who star in the cooking drama ‘Burnt’ out in the US on November 30, talk about the training they carried out to become proficient chefs. Rough Cut – no reporter narration
Bradley Cooper tries to cook up a storm in ‘Burnt’
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Bradley Cooper plays a two-star Michelin chef trying to turn his life around and get the elusive third star in new drama ‘Burnt’. In the film by TV director John Wells (‘Shameless’, ‘ER’), Cooper plays Adam Jones, who arrives in London having destroyed his career in Paris through womanising, drugs and alcohol. He decides he is going to relocate to London and set up the best restaurant there to compete with his peers. For the movie, Cooper and his co-stars, including Sienna Miller as Helene, had to go through extensive training to look the parts of chefs in the kitchen. Miller, according to the press notes, became an expert at fish cooking and at all times Marcus Wareing, a two-Michelin-starred chef, was supervising during the kitchen scenes. ‘Burnt’ goes on release in the US on October 30 and in the UK on November 6.