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First Official Look at Roman Polanski's Star-Studded 'Carnage'

March 23, 2011 (2:41 am) GMT
Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz are all seen in the newly released still from Polanski's movie adaptation of the play 'God of Carnage'.

Empire Online has got its hand on the first official images from Roman Polanski's latest directed film "" which has just wrapped production. One is a still which gives a look at main cast , , and , while the other one is a behind-the-scene photo which shows the helmer giving direction to the actors and crew.

The movie was initially named after the play which it is based on, "God of Carnage". Foster and Reilly play a couple, Penelope and Michael, who spends one evening with another pair, Winslet's Nancy and Waltz's Alan, to discuss the behavior of their children only for things to quickly become heated.

But Foster recently told Empire that it might not as serious as it seems. "It all happens in real-time, so it's about an hour and 45 minutes of negotiation between two sets of parents and how it all falls apart," she explained. "Kind of like 'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?', but a little funnier. There's a lot of wit."

Beside directing it, Polanski also writes the script of "Carnage". He filmed it entirely in Paris over a brisk five week period from February. No release date is set for the drama yet, but it may arrive as soon as the end of the year.

'Carnage' behind-the-scene photo:


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