HD screencaps of Jamie’s deleted scene in Burnt now in the gallery: http://jamie-dornan.org/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=903
Finally! Jamie’s deleted scene from the movie Burnt
Bradley Cooper‘s new film Adam Jones has been causing chaos in London’s Leicester Square this week.
Filming is underway in the capital and will see Cooper take on the role of Adam Jones as he teams up with director John Wells.
However, the filming has been causing some problems and has led to people being late for work.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: “People who go to work in the area have been complaining about producers telling them they can’t walk in certain places as they keep reshooting scenes of Bradley in the street.
“It’s making people late for work and tempers have been lost. At first it was just exciting to have Bradley in the area. Now it’s just a hassle.”
A terrific cast has been assembled for the film as Cooper is joined by Jamie Dornan, Uma Thurman, Lily James, Emma Thompson, and Sienna Miller.
Emma Thompson, Daniel Bruhl, Jamie Dornan, Lily James and Alicia Vikander have all joined the cast of John Wells’ ADAM JONES. Previously titled, “Chef,” the comedy centers on a chef who loses his highly-rated restaurant in France and tries to mount a comeback in London by re-assembling his team. The newbies join Bradley Cooper, Omar Sy, Sam Keeley, and Sienna Miller. Casting details are being kept quiet for now, but this will be Dornan’s next feature after he wraps “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Thompson has been appearing in very family-friendly fare lately, having starred in “Saving Mr. Banks,” Pixar’s “Brave,” and “The Love Punch,” a comedy also starring Pierce Brosnan. Thompson is getting her feet wet in various areas of film after penning the script for the latest adaptation of “Annie” for Columbia Pictures, and starring in Ken Kwapis’ upcoming adaptation of “A Walk in the Woods.”
Bruhl’s career has been blowing up after his turn as Daniel Berg in “The Fifth Estate” and Niki Lauda in “Rush,” all after his scene stealing role in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglorious Basterds.” Next up for Bruhl is a starring role opposite Ryan Reynolds and Helen Mirren in drama “Woman in Gold.”
Dornan doesn’t have too many credits to his name yet – he had a small role in “Marie Antoinette” and appeared in a few episodes of “Once Upon a Time” – but if you don’t know his name now, you soon will. Dornan beat out loads of other Hollywood hunks, nabbing the starring role of Christan Grey in Focus Features’ “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
James is known to Anglophiles all over the world for her role as sweet but sly Lady Rose MacClare on “Downton Abbey.” For those with racier sensabilities, she also played Poppy in “Secret Diary of a Call Girl.” Next up, James will star in Kenneth Branagh’s pauper-to-princess live action family drama “Cinderella.”
Vikander is the Swedish actress who appeared in “The Fifth Estate” and Joe Wright’s “Anna Karenina.” She is next set to appear in romantic drama “Tulip Fever” with Christoph Waltz and Judi Dench, as well as Legendary’s action/fantasy flick “Seventh Son” with Kit Harington and Jeff Bridges.
Thompson is repped by WME and Hamilton Hodell. Bruhl is with WME and Kuranda Management. Dornan is repped by UTA and United Agents in the UK. James is with Tavistock Wood Management and UTA. Vikander is with UTA, Actors in Scandinavia and Tavistock Wood Management.
“Cooper will play the title character, a genius cook who returns to London to revive his career and attempt to win a third Michelin star after a period of detoxifying away from the kitchen.
Steven Knight wrote the script for the film – which was originally titled ‘Chef’ – and filming is to begin in London under the direction of John Wells in the next few weeks.
The majority of the cast – which also includes Emma Thompson, Daniel Bruhl and Jamie Dornan – spent a day with top chef Marcus Wareing at his two Michelin-starred Marcus restaurant at the Berkeley hotel in Knightsbridge, London in preparation for their upcoming roles.”
Sienna Miller will play a sous chef in the new Bradley Cooper film Adam Jones.
Cooper plays the title character: a genius cook who returns to London after a period away from the kitchen, detoxifying.
Now he wants a third Michelin star, and assembles an A-list line-up to help him.
Many of the actors spent a day with Marcus Wareing at his two Michelin-starred Marcus restaurant at the Berkeley in Knightsbridge, to prepare for their roles.
Sienna practised her chopping skills, and watched how Wareing and his colleagues worked their magic with food. (The actress has been busy: she’s been shooting another film, Black Mass, with Johnny Depp, in which she has to age from 28 to 76.)
Adam Jones, which has a script by Steven Knight, will start filming soon, in and around London.
Director John Wells and his casting team, with help no doubt from producer Harvey Weinstein, have gathered a cast that includes Emma Thompson, Daniel Bruhl, Riccardo Scamarcio (Italy’s answer to Brad Pitt), Lily James, Jamie Dornan and Alicia Vikander.