British actress Sienna Miller stars in the upcoming movie Burnt and it looks like preparing for the role was a serious learning process for the star. Sienna has revealed how her character spends a lot of time cooking fish, which has led to her becoming quite the fish master.
Miller was a guest on Good Morning America, when she revealed, "I was definitely a foodie but I would not have been able to do the pasta (make it from scratch). I got trained by a Michelin star chef... I was on the fish station (for most of the film) and fish is something that is kind of simple, but really difficult to cook well, so that's what I can now do better than I could before."
Burnt sees Sienna Miller sharing the big screen with Hollywood star Bradley Cooper, reuniting the two stars after they previously worked on the hit movie American Sniper together. Sienna spoke about getting to work with Bradley again, heaping plenty of praise on her co-star.
Miller added, "He always really goes quite deep (into his characters) and is obviously incredibly versatile as an actor so it was great, we get along really well." Sounds like Sienna will definitely be up for working with Bradley again in the future.
As well as starring Sienna Miller and Bradley Cooper, the rest of the cast of Burnt includes the likes of Uma Thurman, Daniel Bruhl, Emma Thompson, Alicia Vikander, and Lily James. Burnt has been directed by John Wells, based on the screenplay that Steven Knight developed from the Michael Kalesniko story, with the movie due to open on October 30 in the US and November 6 in the UK.