By on 2 September, 2011

Kate Winslet has said she was thrilled when she was given the chance to star in Roman Polanski‘s new comedy ‘Carnage‘, as she’s always been a fan of the legendary director!


The movie is based on the hit Broadway play ‘God of Carnage‘, and stars also stars Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz as two sets of parents who meet up after their kids were involved in a fight at school.

Critics warmed to the comedy, which had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday (1st September, 2011), and Winslet reveals she didn’t have much to think about when asked if she would sign up to the movie.

She says:

“When Roman Polanski invites you to join him in any project you don’t really say no. I felt extremely fortunate to be included.”

But even Winslet admits she was nervous ahead of her first day on set with the moviemaker, adding:

“We are only human beings and we are still perfectly capable of being terrified, whoever we are.”


To watch the trailer for ‘Carnage‘, click on the link below:





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