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Slideshow: 13-Image Gallery For ‘Whiteout’ With Kate Beckinsale

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Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko.

CHICAGO – This 13-image slideshow contains the official press images for “Whiteout,” starring Kate Beckinsale, Gabriel Macht, Columbus Short, and Tom Skerritt. The film was written by Jon Hoeber & Erich Hoeber and directed by Dominic Sena (“Swordfish”) and opens on September 11th, 2009. It is rated R.

Synopsis: “For U.S. Marshal Carrie Stetko, things are about to get even more dangerous. The only law enforcement in this unforgiving territory, she has just been sent to investigate a body on the ice. Antarctica’s first homicide. A shocking discovery in itself, it will plunge her into an even more bizarre mystery and the revelation of secrets long-buried under the endless ice…secrets that someone believes are still worth killing for.

As Stetko races to find the killer before he finds her, winter is already closing in. In the deadly Antarctic whiteout, she won’t see him till he’s a breath away.”

You can click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos credited to Warner Bros. Pictures. All Rights Reserved.

  1. Whiteout_01: Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko.

  2. Whiteout_02: Alex OLoughlin as Russell Haden and Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko.

  3. Whiteout_03: (L-r) Gabriel Macht as Robert Pryce, Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko and Columbus Short as Delfy.

  4. Whiteout_04: Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko.

  5. Whiteout_05: Tom Skerritt as Dr. John Fury and Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko.

  6. Whiteout_06: Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko.

  7. Whiteout_07: Gabriel Macht as Robert Pryce.

  8. Whiteout_08: Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko, the lone U.S. Marshall assigned to Antarctica, desperately tries to reach for a gun.

  9. Whiteout_09: Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko.

  10. Whiteout_10: (L-r) Director Dominic Sena and camera operator Robert Stecko discuss an upcoming shot on the set.

  11. Whiteout_11: Kate Beckinsale as Carrie Stetko and Tom Skerritt as Dr. John Fury.

  12. Whiteout_12: Alex OLoughlin as Russell Haden.

  13. Whiteout_13: Gabriel Macht as Robert Pryce.

    HollywoodChicago.com content director Brian Tallerico

    By BRIAN TALLERICO
    Content Director
    HollywoodChicago.com
    brian@hollywoodchicago.com

  14. Robert KLaguess Jr's picture

    Kate s New Movive Whitee out

    Well I think that Kate has a tremondous amount Of Talent but it’s being wasted on this 2,000 a day model stand in who looks Like her a little but we all Know that it’s Not Kate.I personally think that she should not be afraid to show any part of her body because she has what I call Clasic Beauty and that body double that she use will only hurt her carrere in the Long run So pull yuur self together Kat ebecause there a whole faction of men out her who love you justr th eway you are.
    No I To kiss
    On a beach where drifteood and loveres are close friends
    On a nigh twhere moonlihght and Loveres slip into the deep reaches of the sea Of Contintmement \Im sitting in the corner of yiour soul Your eyes atre the Colores of Amber and wind.
    Petals of the sweet Roses’s decay
    Lost are our moments that fade day by day.
    Then every where fall is upon us like a plaathora of Locuts
    With ArTiStrY winter shows no merecy
    Ther eis only th eon ethat I left behind
    On some Mountain or some lovely woman who stole my soul
    Next to some on
    Now only shadows Lost Lonely Moments ’
    On some foregin wall that has no voice to express it’s self for the Longing of that distant spring
    Longing for Light
    Each Gesture Lost in th eMoments that fade

    Day by Day.
    RdK Robert Klagues

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