Watch: One More New Trailer for Bradley Cooper's Chef Movie 'Burnt'

September 28, 2015
Source: YouTube

Burnt Movie

"What if he's Darth Vader…?!" Not that we need another trailer for this, after two of them previously, but here's another one why not. The Weinstein Company has debuted an "official trailer" for Burnt, formerly known as Adam Jones, starring Bradley Cooper as hot shot top chef Adam Jones. After hitting the top, then falling apart and letting it all go, he must rise from the bottom and work his way up in the kitchen all over again. The big ensemble cast includes Alicia Vikander, Jamie Dornan, Sienna Miller, Uma Thurman, Emma Thompson, Daniel Brühl and Omar Sy. This looks very intense and entertaining, but I'm still not sure it'll be any good. The Star Wars references feel a little bit odd. So - what's for dinner?

Here's the new official US trailer for John Wells' Burnt, direct from TWC's YouTube:

Chef Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) had it all – and lost it. A two-star Michelin rockstar with the bad habits to match, the former enfant terrible of the Paris restaurant scene did everything different every time out, and only ever cared about the thrill of creating explosions of taste. To land his own kitchen and that third elusive Michelin star though, he’ll need the best of the best on his side, including the beautiful Helene (Sienna Miller). BURNT is a remarkably funny and emotional story about the love of food, the love between two people, and the power of second chances. Burnt, originally called Adam Jones, is directed by John Wells, of August: Osage County and The Company Men previously. The script is by Steven Knight, from a story by Michael Kalesniko and Knight. TWC will release Burnt starting on October 23rd this fall.

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As someone who actually works in kitchens, this looks dumb. Yes, there is turmoil, but this seems like some lame attempt at adding tension to the kitchen world that isn't there. I love cooking, and I love watching shows/films about food/cooking, but this looks awful.

kylie on Sep 28, 2015


This is the response I was waiting for! I've never worked in a kitchen, and I understand they can be tense and crazy places. Some of this footage definitely seemed over the top, but I was waiting for someone who is actually a cook/chef to confirm.

Alex Billington on Sep 28, 2015


LOL, AB. Films are films are films. War, politics, love, cooking, sports, business, all these things are always going to be heightened and stretched for the "silver screen".

DAVIDPD on Sep 28, 2015


My father once told me about the ny taxi driver that told him not to see taxi driver... It may be me, but we all embellish stories.

Joshua Fletcher on Sep 28, 2015


Yeah, it is just melodrama for the sake of the film. It would have been more believable if they set it in the 1970s when haute cuisine was really at its peak.

DAVIDPD on Sep 28, 2015


Still just going to watch this for the gratuitous food porn shots. Cooper's acting looks good enough and plot looks okay. But dat food porn...

DAVIDPD on Sep 28, 2015


Mmmmm... food porn.

David Diaz on Sep 29, 2015


Yeah this doesn't look very realistic I mean I get the exaggeration but come on cooper been great in the past but I think I will pass on this one

Matthew on Sep 29, 2015


I just can't seem to find any excitement for this film...

movieguyryan . on Oct 1, 2015


Just watch the series 'Chef's Table' on Netflix. Much more entertaining AND real.

Bibowski on Oct 2, 2015

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