Indiana Jones 5: Phoebe Waller-Bridge wears’ 60s outfit on set recreating New York in Glasgow
It was announced in April that she would appear alongside Harrison Ford in the fifth installment of the Indiana Jones franchise.
And Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 36, was first spotted on set as she headed for the set in Glasgow, Scotland on Wednesday.
The actress, whose role has not yet been revealed, was dressed in a ’60s outfit as she walked along the city’s Cochrane Street, which had been transformed to look like New York in the era of the space race.
Transformation: Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 36, was spotted on the set of Indiana Jones 5 in Glasgow for the first time on Wednesday after a city street was transformed into New York
The Fleabag designer donned a burgundy coat over a green shirt paired with a thin striped scarf.
She wore a pair of blue striped bell stockings as she sipped coffee and walked alongside a member of the crew.
The star could be seen in a pair of circular sunglasses as she wore a blue beret.
Playing the part: The actress, whose role has not yet been revealed, was dressed in a ’60s outfit as she walked along Cochrane Street in the city that was designed to look like the States -United
Take a break: The star could be seen in a pair of circular sunglasses as she wore a blue beret while sipping coffee between scenes
She accessorized a chunky brown belt with a large gold buckle while wearing a black leather back with a leopard print fabric trim.
She completed her ensemble by wearing a pair of black leather boots.
While Phoebe was moving on, the crew could be seen wearing face masks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s a look: she accessorized a chunky brown belt with a large gold buckle while wearing a black leather back with a leopard print fabric trim
In costume: Phoebe completed her ensemble by wearing a pair of black leather boots as she walked between cars, including a yellow cab
Harrison Ford, 79, who plays Indiana Jones, was not spotted on set after injuring his shoulder during rehearsals.
The star was instead replaced with a double, which helped replace the Hollywood heavyweight.
Several hundred extras were reportedly employed to film scenes from the film in Scotland.
Filling: Harrison Ford, 79, who plays Indiana Jones, was not spotted on set after injuring his shoulder during rehearsals. Instead, the star has been replaced by a double body (left)
The streets were dressed to resemble New York City in a recreation of the days after the Apollo 11 space flight in 1969, with the traffic lights temporarily replaced with bright yellows for authenticity.
Classically styled American cars could be seen parked, including a red fire engine, while Stars and Stripes flags could be seen hanging from buildings.
Director Steven Spielberg, who worked on the previous chapters of the franchise, is working as a producer on this film, joined by Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall and Simon Emanuel.
Fashion change: The streets were dressed to look like New York in a recreation of the days after the Apollo 11 space flight in 1969
Steven is followed as director by James Mangold, who previously said in a statement: “I am delighted to start a new adventure, working with a dream team of great filmmakers of all time.
“Steven, Harrison, Kathy, Frank and John are all my artistic heroes.
“When you add Phoebe, a dazzling actor, brilliant creative voice and the chemistry she will undoubtedly bring to our set, I can’t help but feel as lucky as him.”
The film follows Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull which was released in 2008 and grossed over $ 790 million worldwide.
While the plot of the film is being kept top secret, the yet to be titled project is slated for release in July 2022.
Inside The Magic reported earlier this year that the final film will take place during the 1960s space race.
The Illuminerdi reports that Harrison will face off against villainous Mads Mikkelsen, a Nazi scientist recruited by NASA by the United States government to work on the space agency’s moon landing initiative.
United States to United Kingdom: American vehicles could be seen parked, including a red fire engine, while Stars and Stripes flags hung from buildings on Cochrane Street in Glasgow