A special gift for those who love their drunken activities to be both of the transmission Y culinary varieties: Julie and julia will return to Netflix in November 2018, just in time for the holidays. After all, what better way to get an appetite for staples like turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes than to see delicious creations of one of America's most beloved chefs (played by one of the actresses). most beloved Americans?))? Oh, and this adds a good dose of comfort to see that not only are you one of those who strive to recreate a cookbook worthy of Pinterest, to complete the recipe for the perfect Thanksgiving themed entertainment .
In the 2009 drama written and directed by the late Nora Ephron (available for broadcast on Netflix from November 1), Meryl Streep harnesses her inherent Meryl magic to become Julia Child, the first American woman to study at the famous culinary restaurant of Cordon Bleu in Paris. school. Juxtaposed to the stories of Child's studies and her rise to fame, is the parallel story of the twenty-year-old Julie Powell (Amy Adams) modern, who decides to take all the 524 recipes from the Child's cookbook of 1961. Master the art of French cuisine – Everything in 365 days.
Of course, it was no surprise that his interpretation of Childs earned Streep his 16th Academy Award nomination. (She lost Sandra Bullock, who took the statue home that year for her role in The blind side.) Always one to roll up, the iconic actor was even a super method to play Child. "There was a full kitchen installed in the study and I practiced my kitchen there," Streep explained in a 2009 interview with The Telegraph.
He even learned a thought or two through his extracurricular activities. Of course, all in one day's work was interpreting the woman who mentioned that eating was one of her best skills. "I could justify it because it was part of my job," Streep added. "I've been cooking roast chicken for 30 years, but I've been doing it wrong, and Julia Child has a recipe that is absolutely infallible, it's the difference between doing it pretty well and doing it right." And if there is someone who knows something about greatness … (Fun fact: Streep's "idea of heaven" is a perfect roast chicken with a salad and a glass of Sancerre.)
Although Streep's partner, Adams, told MTV News earlier that "she's not really intimidated by the kitchen" she also had some trouble interpreting the role, namely, perfecting her chopped salad. After all, Ephron gave him a task to prepare a blog about a recipe for Master the art of French cuisine. As Adams told MTV:
"The dish was" Brussels sprouts with cheese, "and I can not even say it in French without sounding silly, but they were beautiful, they were beautiful, I wrote about that, to my displeasure, I have a lot of respect for them, writers. envy If you were envious of something, apart from height, you are writing, I really can sit down and express myself, with confidence, I can not do it, it just does not make any sense. "
Julie and julie Obviously, lovers of food and movies will say "Bon appétit" in November.