Blake Lively Trades in Blonde Hair for Cropped Black 'Do While Filming Upcoming Thriller
Blake Lively is rocking a dramatically different hair color for her new movie, The Rhythm Section.
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Paint it black.
On Sunday, Blake Lively was spotted sporting a dramatically different hair color while filming on the Dublin set of her upcoming film, The Rhythm Section.
In the photo, Lively wore an black unbuttoned coat over a pair of dark pants and a dark shirt — an ensemble that matched her black-brown, piecey pixie cut.
And the 30-year-old actress recently proved she doesn’t mind giving her new look a little social media love. On Saturday, she shared a picture of her ‘do — a far cry from the actress’ usual long, blonde locks — on her Instagram account, captioning it with the hashtag: “#TheRhythmSectionMovie.”
In previous photographs taken of the actress on set, Lively was seen sporting an equally short, choppy auburn style with blonde streaks.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Rhythm Section is a modern adaptation of the first of British thriller writer Mark Burnell’s Stephanie Patrick series.
THR reported that the movie is about Patrick — played by Lively — a woman who is forced to uncover the truth about her family’s deaths once she learns that the plane crash that killed them was not an accident. And in order to solve the case, she has to adopt the identity of the assassin responsible for the killings.
In July, Lively expressed her excitement to be working on the project. “Yes. Yes. Yes!!! I couldn’t be more excited to be bringing this incredible and complex hero to life. ,” she wrote on Instagram alongside an image of Burnell’s original novel.
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