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Sienna: Bradley Cooper nails his angry face

Published 06/09/2015

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller would rather be brilliant in a small role than good in “sh*t film”.

The American actor gets technical with food for his next movie Burnt, in which he plays struggling chef Adam Jones. Determined to open a restaurant worthy of three Michelin stars, he moves to London and enlists the help of Sienna’s Helene in reaching his dream.

In one scene the pair share a heated exchange, which left the actress gobsmacked.

“He really goes for my character. Bradley has this thing when he gets really angry where the colour sort of drains from his face. I can’t describe it,” Sienna told Total Film. “The colours of his face change. When it happens, it’s like, ‘God… f**k!' No [I wasn’t scared], because he’s an amazing actor. I love working with him and would do it again and again and again – I hope we do, because it does work.”

This was their second time working together after the pair played a couple in last year’s Oscar-winning American Sniper.

Sienna has been in the industry for nearly 15 years but it’s her most recent projects which have gained her the most recognition. Despite starring in big flicks such as G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and Stardust in the past, the actress’ heart lies with smaller ventures.

“Having been fortunate the last couple of years to work with some seriously great people, I realised I’d rather be something small and relatively insignificant in something brilliant than pretty good in a sh*t film. Or awful in a sh*t film – that’s even worse!” she grinned.

“I think I’m much, much more focused, where I never was before, on the director.”

Burnt is in cinemas on Friday 6th November

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