Fans want Disney to hire Gordon Ramsay as the angry chef Louis in the upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.
Gordon Ramsay is one of the most famous chefs in the world, he is not only renowned for his cooking but for his volatile temper and the tendency to go off on anyone. Almost everyone has seen the video of Gordon putting two slices of bread on either side of a contestant’s cheek and asking her to call herself an idiot sandwich.
As famous as his cooking is, Gordon’s temper is legendary, if something goes awry in his kitchen, he will raise hell.
Now, who is another such character that we know of in the entertainment industry? Prince Eric’s French chef 'Louis', who is obsessed with cooking, ring any bells for you? Well, he is almost the same to Ramsey, bad-tempered and crazy while cooking and fans are also seeing the connection as they want Gordon Ramsay to portray the role in the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.
Gordon Ramsay has made his career by throwing stuff at people, chucking utensils inside the kitchen and also using too many expletives. The role would fit like a glove for the feisty chef, and twitter seems to agree.
Melissa McCarthy is also currently in talks to play the witch 'Ursula'. Ariel’s casting as an ethnic character came under some controversy, but we have nothing but love for the talented actress Halle Bailey.
The opposite is true for the chef from England; he is the universal choice for all the fans, and one user even wrote in all caps, “PLEASE MAKE THIS HAPPEN I WON'T COMPLAIN ABOUT ANYTHING EVER AGAIN I SWEAR JUST PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE MAKE THIS HAPPEN.”
The excitement for the casting of Gordon Ramsay is palpable as fans are vowing not to see the movie unless the movie cast Gordon Ramsay for the role.
Watch: Louis tries to cook Sebastian
The film which is set to be directed by Rob Marshall is going to feature new music from original composer Alan Menken and Lin-Manuel Miranda. The new Little Mermaid movie will swim to the theatres around 2021, so be ready for conservative news sites to blast the film and racists try to flood the review sites with negative remarks.
As for Gordon Ramsay, we are all here agreed on the possibility of hiring him to play the angry chef; it’s like a match made in heaven.