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Ryan Seacrest to produce Jamie Oliver comedy.Ryan Seacrest to produce Jamie Oliver comedy.

Ryan Seacrest to Produce Comedy About Jamie Oliver

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If you didn’t catch Jamie Oliver’s “Food Revolution” it seems you’ll now have a chance to watch his story on the big screen. The celebrity chef’s reality television series that focused on bringing healthy lunches to American schools is now going to be adapted into a movie called “Food Fight.”

Said to be a comedy, “Food Fight”, is being co-produced by Ryan Seacrest, who also produced Oliver’s “Food Revolution.” The shortlist to play the celebrity chef includes Will Ferrell and Sean William Scott.

According to Hollywood Reporter, “The story centers on a hot Los Angeles chef known for his popular gourmet food truck who gets into trouble and is sentenced to work at a school. The chef revamps the lunch program with a ragtag group of kids.”

No word just yet on when the film will makes its debut.

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