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Watch the Ugly Origin Story of McDonald's in the First Trailer for 'The Founder'

What’s more American than a hamburger and some fries? A hamburger and fries in under a minute, and without having to get out of your car. 210 more words


'The Founder' Trailer: Michael Keaton As McDonald's Patriarch Ray Kroc

“One word: persistence.” That’s how Michael Keaton as McDonald’s “founder” Ray Kroc sums up the secret of his success. Expanded a bit to eight words it might be, as Nick Offerman’s burger-joint owner Dick McDonald says: “Orders ready in 30 seconds, not 30 minutes.” 180 more words

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First Trailer for McDonald's Film 'The Founder' Starring Michael Keaton

A lot of buzz has circulated around the upcoming film The Founder shortly after it was announced. It is the story of how the fast food chain… 143 more words

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Would you like fries with Michael Keaton? Trailer for McDonald's biopic The Founder drops -- watch

“Please give Michael Keaton an Oscar. Please give Michael Keaton an Oscar.” –me, every time Keaton stars in a drama.

A year ago, the veteran actor was hideously snubbed when he was essentially the only person in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s… 138 more words


THE FOUNDER (2016): New Trailer From Michael Keaton, Laura Dern & Nick Offerman

It is time for the movie adaptation of the story of McDonald’s, a.k.a, ‘the golden arches’, a.k.a, Macca’s a.k.a, Macci D’s a.k.a…

I’ll be watching for all the business stuff. 16 more words


Michael Keaton Jumps Off The Screen In The New Trailer For 'The Founder'

In the thick of his Birdman-induced career resurgence, actor Michael Keaton was announced as the lead of The Founder, a forthcoming biopic about McDonald’s pitchman-turned-boss Ray Kroc. 188 more words


Top ten chuckles

This week’s Broke and Bookish Top Ten Tuesday is those books guaranteed to give you a laugh. I actually thought this would be a hard list to fill because I wouldn’t consider myself to be a fan of ‘humour’ book as such, and I’m not a massive reader of memoirs, which is where I find a lot of humour resides – real life is often funnier than anything we can make up. 111 more words

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