Oddly enough, Bradley Cooper has already played as a down-on-his-luck chef given a second chance at taking his career to the next level. But that was before he was nominated for multiple Academy Awards and voiced a hot-headed gun-toting raccoon. In Burnt, Cooper is Adam Jones, a world-renowned two-star Michelin chef of a Parisian restaurant who had it all. However, his ego got in the way, and he lost it all.
Now he has a second chance to regain the respect he once had, while also finding love and the real meaning of passion for food. Check out the latest trailer for Burnt here below.
To know the history of American comic books is to take a peek through a window into our national consciousness. Comics had existed long before the years of the Great Depression, but it was during that difficult period that they became a vital weapon in helping the people of this country combat the economic devastation that had brought on by the dissolute carelessness of the very individuals they had entrusted with their faith and their future. Comics helped guide American through World War II, the Korean War, the Cold War and the anti-Communist hysteria that came with it, the rise of the Baby Boomers, and up to the dawn of one of the most important and chaotic decades in the annals of U.S. history, when the greatest acts of heroism were happening outside of the realm of superpowered heroes and villains.
Which is where American Comic Book Chronicles: The 1960s – 1960-64 logically begins.