We’ll take an order of “culinary orgasms” á la Cooper please.
The 40-year-old actor plays chef Adam Jones, who eyes a career comeback after drugs and alcohol steer his life down a troublesome path.
In hopes of changing his reputation as the bad boy of the culinary world, his character journeys to London with dreams of becoming the next three-star Michelin restauranteur.
“We should be dealing in culinary orgasms,” Cooper demands from his kitchen staff including sous chef and possible love interest Sienna Miller.
If the Oscar nominated star is comparable to the main course, co-starring A-listers Uma Thurman, Matthew Rhys, Lily James and Emma Thompson are just some of the delectable appetizers featured in the film.
Burnt is slated for release in theaters on Oct. 23.
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