I think 'Chef' is about somebody who's in the middle of his life, and he's kind of lost his passion and his voice, so he seeks out some refinement and redemption.
People look at Marvel movies as epic in scope, but if you look back at the comics, you realise that Marvel heroes were often a reaction to the square-jawed DC characters like Superman, who were flawless and beyond reproach.
I'm a pretty early adopter of social media. There's a whole subculture to it. I'm smart enough not to tweet things out of emotion.
Everybody loves a hit. There is nothing as fun as making a cultural splash with a movie.
I'm not on chef level, but I'd make a good line cook. That's not too shabby.
The irony is that the more unapologetically sexist men are in movies, the more women tend to be attracted to them in person.