Julia Roberts is an Academy Award-winning actress, a box-office champ, a Broadway star and now the executive producer of Jesus Henry Christ, which debuted Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. But her kids want her to whip up another successful career.
“They think that I’m a good cook,” Roberts, 43, told PEOPLE at the premiere. “They actually told me that I should open a restaurant.”
Henry, 3, and twins Hazel and Phinnaeus, 6, say their favorite dish is “everything made with love,” Roberts said.
For now, though, Roberts is focused on her film, which she worked on with her older sister Lisa Gillan, who co-produced, and her husband, cinematographer Danny Moder, who shot it.
“It was so great to be working on the same movie with him. He’s so good at what he does. He’s so clear and focused,” Roberts said of Moder, whom she met while working on 2001′s The Mexican. “It’s actually hard to get his attention on the set because he’s really like, ‘No, I’m working.’ But at lunch I will be like, ‘Hi, remember me, your wife?’ “