Just a hint of nausea.
At least "The Lost City of Z" lets her do something with a role.
The actor plays a British explorer who inexplicably disappeared in 1925.
"It's the most inelegant thing I've ever done."
Just don't expect thrills, chills and suspense from Spotlight. Instead, be prepared for a precise, no nonsense depiction of investigative journalism and its hardworking reporters, a remarkable cast and a compelling, original script that chronicles one of the most consequential stories of all time.
I think we've all gotten too used to actors doing less than eight performances a week. And we're also all too accepting of my least favorite trend -- the whole "s/he'll only do 6 performances a week but we won't tell you which" phenomenon.
Bradley Cooper plays a smoldering chef in the new film "Burnt" but somehow the makers of the movie just didn't make him or the movie hot enough.
Working with Bradley Cooper on Burnt was an unprecedented experience. Bradley put on his chefs whites and I thought he'd just hang out for a bit in the background, but what really surprised me after spending the time together was just how inquisitive he was.
Watching how a movie is made is incredibly exciting in part because of the precision the filmmakers show in their attention to accuracy. For me, it's almost identical to being a chef -- we're both obsessed with getting it right.
Burnt starring Bradley Cooper is about a chef trying to earn his third Michelin star. But it is really the story of an alcoholic/addict's struggle to maintain sobriety while his past follows him like the black eye he sports.