The TV kitchen expert will lend his hand to the 38-year-old actor in preparation for 'Chef', in which he plays a drug-addict cook, and Gordon is thrilled at the opportunity to share his food knowledge in Hollywood after working with other big names, such as the Beckham clang.
A source told The Sun newspaper: ''Gordon jumped at the chance to be involved in this. He has a lot of showbiz pals in Los Angeles through being mates with the Beckhams. So it was only a matter of time before he got involved in the movie business out there.
''Gordon's going to be giving Bradley a crash-course in cookery and teaching him some flash tricks like knife-work so Bradley looks like an experienced chef.''
Gordon, 46, was reeled in because he and 'The Hangover' star are both signed to Creative Artists Agency and the foul-mouthed cook hopes this move will result in him appearing in front of the camera.
The source added: ''He's used to being in front of the camera, so who knows? A cameo in 'Chef' would be the perfect start if he wanted to dip his toe into acting.''