Living in New York City, there's no way to escape the incredible food featured on nearly every corner throughout the five boros. If you're in the mood to throw down a nice chuck of change, I can direct you to a number of restaurants that will -- and I'm serious here -- change your life. Oh yes, the food is that good. Of course, this means I've packed on a few extra pounds, but I have no one else to blame but myself.
However, that's not the case for the obese editor of a food magazine in the 1978 flick Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe. Instead of simply finding another job, he decides to kill the chefs behind some of his favorite dishes. Hmm, I guess that's one way to go about it. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. has announced it will remake the film, which originally starred George Segal, Jacqueline Bisset and Robert Morley, and, in doing so, will shorten its title to Who Is Killing the Great Chefs. David A. Goodman has signed on to pen the script, with Oliver Platt attached to reprise the role of Max, originally played by Morley. Great, for some reason just writing this post has made me hungry. Time to eat!