Here it is, the preview of the Boston version of Top Chef. Go get 'em, Sox!
El Jefe and the gang is back: now that Jon Favreau and Open Road Films have announced a re-release of the movie Chef at the end of the month, it's safe to assume that the move is all about nabbing those awards -- you know, Oscars and such. (The Hollywood Reporter shares that when Chef hits theaters again August 29, film guild members will be able to see it for free, so more incentive to see it and vote for it.) But does Chef have what it takes to go all the way? Is Favreau et al. hungry enough to get after it? Our analysis ahead:
Seven-layer potaco salad? Blueberry pie tacos? Are we dreaming all of this up?
About: Marcy Franklin
Posts by Marcy Franklin:
- Chef, Winner of James Beard Humanitarian Award Matt Haley Has Died, 21 Aug 2014 in Deaths
- Top Chef Crewmembers Say Boston Teamsters Attacked Padma Lakshmi and Crew During Filming, 21 Aug 2014 in Feuds
- Class of 2014: The New Cheftestants on Season 12 of Top Chef, 21 Aug 2014 in TV
- The New Season of Top Chef Is Boston-tastic, 20 Aug 2014 in TV
- Betting on Top Chef Duels, Episode 3: Mike Isabella Versus Antonia Lofaso (Updated with Winner), 20 Aug 2014 in TV
- Good Morning America and Buzzfeed Created Food Hybrids, We Just Can’t, 20 Aug 2014 in Trends
- Could Chef Win an Oscar? Our Predictions, 20 Aug 2014 in Movies
- Poll: Only Western Liberals Living in Cities Eat Organic, 19 Aug 2014 in Food In Politics
- Justin Warner Schooled Everyone’s Ice Bucket Challenge with Gowanus Water, Dry Ice and Rotten Fish, 19 Aug 2014 in Charity
- In New Hunger Study, 1 in 4 Military Families Seek Food Aid, 19 Aug 2014 in Food In Politics