Adam Jones is an up-and-coming chef whose drug use and erratic behavior lead him to lose his restaurant. He attempts to rebuild his life and his career in London, in the hopes of returning to Paris to open a new restaurant that will gain three Michelin stars.
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Was going to be titled "Chef", but Jon Favreau had already used the title for his film. Before the Weinstein Company bought the rights for "Adam Jones", it was a Sony Pictures project and the company served Favreau's production with a cease-and-desist over the title "Chef", Sony cleared the titles "Chef" and "The Chef" with the MPAA and requested Aldamisa (which controlled Favreau's film) to change the title of their film on threat of legal action. Favreau's film ended up with the title "Chef" and was released in 2014, while Sony/The Weinstein Company's "Chef" changed its title to "Adam Jones" in 2014. In July 2015, it was retitled "Burnt" and will be released in October 2015. Read More