Although Kitchen Nightmares star Gordon Ramsay is adept at the culinary arts, he also has a deep appreciate for a good burger.
“I’ll go through a drive through at In-N-Out Burger,” says Ramsay. “All the windows in my car now are jet black so no one really sees me until the windows come down like some little freak and I speak at the top of the window, ‘Double cheese, animal style.’ I love burgers.”
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Another installment of Kitchen Nightmares, which has Ramsay giving his expertise to a Montclair, NJ establishment named Leone’s Restaurant, airs Friday evening (Fox, 8 pm et/pt).
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Arriving in theaters this weekend, THE IDES OF MARCH follows the rise and fall of a presidential candidate press rep who discovers the hard way the realities of backroom political backstabbing and betrayal. Co-written and directed by GEORGE CLOONEY (who also stars) from the play, FARRAGUT NORTH, by BEAU WILLIMON, the cast also includes PHILLIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN, MARISA TOMEI, PAUL GIAMATTI, JEFFREY WRIGHT, MAX MINGHELLA and EVAN RACHEL WOOD.
During a recent press conference to promote the film at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, CLOONEY talked about how (without having a political agenda) the moral aspects of the movie are amplified by the political setting. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
THE IDES OF MARCH opens in theaters tomorrow
Soon to be seen starring in the futuristic sci-fi action adventure REAL STEEL, HUGH JACKMAN is working at warp speed these days. Now in rehearsals for his upcoming Broadway show (HUGH JACKMAN-BACK ON BROADWAY), he’s got no less than five big screen projects in various stages of production, including the film adaptation of LES MISERABLES and a return to the X-Men franchise with THE WOLVERINE.
A veteran of stage, screen and television with over thirty features to his credit, JACKMAN is continually rumored to be attached to projects he has nothing to do with. The most recent rumor to resurface has him starring in the big screen adaptation of SIR ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER’S epic musical SUNSET BOULEVARD.
We sat down with JACKMAN last weekend and he dismissed the rumor almost as quickly as he dismissed the play. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
REAL STEEL opens in theaters 10/7
In theaters this weekend, 50/50 is loosely inspired by actual events and tells the story of a young man whose world gets turned upside down when he’s diagnosed with a possibly fatal form of cancer. Forced to face his own mortality, he discovers who his real friends are. Directed by JONATHAN LEVINE from a script by WILL REISER (who is, in fact, the real-life subject of the film), the cast includes JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT, SETH ROGEN, ANNA KENDRICK, BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD and ANJELICA HUSTON.
A former child actor who first gained prominence on the hit TV sitcom 3RD ROCK FROM THE SUN, GORDON-LEVITT managed to avoid the pitfalls young performers often go through when transitioning to adult roles. During our recent interview he credited a strong sense of focus for staying on track. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
50/50 opens in theaters 9/30
In theaters this weekend, WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? is a goofy romantic comedy about a young woman set on reviewing her past beaus in an effort to find out if she might’ve passed by Mr. Right. Based on KARYN BOSNAK’S best-selling novel, 20 TIMES A LADY, the film is directed by MARK MYLOD and stars ANNA FARIS, CHRIS EVANS, CHRIS PRATT, ADAM SAMBERG and JOEL McHALE.
Probably best known for his role as Jeff Winger on the NBC-TV sitcom COMMUNITY and as host of the irreverent E! spoof TALK SOUP, JOEL McHALE has been making a very conspicuous move from television to film. So far this year, he’s been seen in ROBERT RODRIGUEZ’ family franchise SPY KIDS: ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD and coming up after WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER? are THE BIG YEAR with OWEN WILSON, JACK BLACK and STEVE MARTIN, to be followed by writer/director SETH MacFARLANE’S surreal comedy, TED.
During our recent interview, McHALE talked a bit about his role in WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER?. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
WHAT’S YOUR NUMBER opens in theaters tomorrow