Kate Winslet has revealed her children were so impressed with her projectile vomiting for her new movie 'Carnage' they haven't stopped talking about it since.
Kate Winslet's children loved watching her film a projectile vomiting scene for her latest movie.
The British actress brought her children Mia, 10, and seven-year-old Joe on to the set of 'Carnage' while she worked on a scene where her character throws up all over a collection of rare art books and the kids haven't stopped talking about it since.
Kate said: "My kids came to work for the vomit day, and I am so thrilled that they were there because they literally have not stopped talking about it since. It was hysterical."
However, Kate's co-star John C. Reilly was not so impresses as he and actress Jodie Foster were left to clean up the mess.
He explained: "While Kate was the one who threw up, Jodie and I had to clean up the vomit, so we had the more disgusting involvement with the vomit."
The new movie was directed in Paris by Roman Polanski - who is restricted by an Interpol warrant for extradition to the United States to face sentencing for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977 - but Kate was quick to praise the filmmaker's work.
She said: "If Roman Polanski invites you to join in any project, you really don't say no. I had seen the play in New York so I was already very much a fan on the piece. I just felt extremely fortunate to be included."