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See Taika Waititi as Imaginary Hitler in First ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Photo

World War II satire will also star Scarlett Johansson and Sam Rockwell

Taika Waititi is in character as Adolf Hitler in the first still released from his upcoming movie, “Jojo Rabbit.”

“First still from the set of WW2 satire, #JojoRabbit: Jojo (played by Roman Griffin Davis) having dinner with his imaginary friend Adolf (played by writer/director @TaikaWaititi), and his mother, Rosie (#ScarlettJohansson),” tweeted the movie’s official Twitter page on Monday.

Waititi retweeted the image, writing, “One of the weirder dinners I’ve attended.”

“Jojo Rabbit,” a satire written by, directed and starring the “Thor: Ragnarok” director, revolves around a little boy enrolled in the Nazi Youth program who carries a series flame for the reviled historical figure.

In the film, a young boy sublimates a goofy and charming version of Hitler for his missing father, a Nazi soldier accused of being a traitor. After sustaining an injury in his Hitler Youth training, little Jojo is bedridden and learns that his mother is harboring a young Jewish girl fleeing Nazi persecution.

“It’s my version of… a lonely boy’s best version of his hero, which is really his dad,” Waititi told TheWrap in March.

Sam Rockwell and rebel Wilson also star. No release date has been set.

See the still below.