17 January 2013 10:55 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Whenever a film gets delayed one of the hardest things to do is maintain a complete cast. If a production is moved off by a month it's possible that the main star won't be able to participate due to other commitments. Such is the case with Roman Polanski's Venus in Fur. The project was originally meant to be before cameras last November, but only now has the film begun to roll. And while Louis Garrel was originally attached as the male lead he has been forced to drop out and has been replaced. Allocine (via The Playlist) says that Mathieu Amalric, probably best known to American audiences as the James Bond villain in Marc Forster's Quantum of Solace, has replaced Garrel in the Broadway adaptation. Based on the play by David Ives, who worked on the adaptation with Polanski, the story follows a playwright who is on a »

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