MOSCOW (AFP): The French actor Gerard Depardieu - who raised eyebrows when he took Russian nationality 18 months ago after befriending President Vladimir Putin - is to open his own Franco-Russian restaurant in Moscow called ‘Gérard’. Known for his gargantuan appetite for food and drink, Depardieu already owns three restaurants in Paris, several vineyards and bistros and brasseries in Belgium. Only last weekend he failed to turn up at the Edinburgh Film Festival in Scotland after a roisterous night ‘attacking’ a haggis - a Scottish delicacy made from oats and sheep innards.