"I am glad our son kicked the sh*t out of your son and I wipe my ass with your human rights!"
Well, then, Kate Winslet!
The Oscar-winning actress gets unhinged in the trailer for her next, star-studded film, the ensemble adaptation of "God of Carnage." Simply called "Carnage," it's helmed by legendary -- and controversial -- director Roman Polanski, and features Christoph Waltz as her husband, with John C. Reilly and Jodie Foster forming the opposing couple in the story of parents trying to hash out a conflict between their young sons.
Winslet certainly has mastered the mid-life misery thing before, starring in the 2008 hit, "Revolutionary Road," but it's a nice change of pace for the men in the film.
Waltz, largely, has played menacing characters, as he broke out with his Oscar-winning role in "Inglorious Basterds," just starred as an evil circus master in "Water For Elephants," and features as the evil Cardinal Richelieu in "The Three Musketeers." Reilly, for his part, has become best known for his comedy roles, such as "Step Brothers," and "Walk Hard," though he did feature earlier in the year in the indie dramedy, "Terri," as a disaffected vice principal.