It's been a long time since Roman Polanski directed a comedy. In 1986 the French filmmaker helmed the adventure comedy Pirates, but every movie since, from Frantic to The Pianist to The Ghost Writer has been a straight drama. This year that streak is finally broken with the release of Carnage and looking at the cast, which includes John C. Reilly, Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet and Christoph Waltz, it should be fantastic. The movie isn't scheduled to be released until November 18, but today we get a look at it in the form of a Andy Warhol-style French one-sheet.

Posted by IMP Awards, the artwork wonderfully shows off it's four principal cast members in varying states of emotion and color. Based on the play "God Of Carnage" by Yasmina Reza and adapted by Polanski, the film is about two sets of parents who are brought together after their respective sons get in a fight at school. While their meeting stars out cordial, it soon devolves into chaos as the adults begin to act more and more child-like.

Check out the poster below or full size over on IMP Awards.

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