Scarlett Johansson looked glamorous in 1960s attire as she filmed scenes for new flick, Project Artemis, alongside co-star Channing Tatum in Tybee Island, Georgia recently.
The Oscar-nominated actress, 38, wowed in an orange jumpsuit, paired with a matching headband as she filmed alongside Tatum, 42 for the hotly-anticipated movie, which details the timeframe around the Space Race.
Scarlett wore her tresses in soft waves and sported shimmering gold studs as she chatted with Tatum.
The Magic Mike star wore an electric blue shirt and slacks and sported dark locks as he prepared to film.
The scenes saw the pair have an emotional discussion after a chance encounter on the pier.
It has not yet been revealed what characters they are playing.
Filming has begun six months after Jason Bateman, who was originally slated to direct, left the project over creative differences.
Deadline reported that the decision between Bateman and the film’s production company These Pictures was an amicable one, and that the sides could work again if the right project was to arise.
Chris Evans was initially due to co-star with Scarlett but was replaced by Tatum in July due to a scheduling conflict with Evans’ other projects, Pain Hustlers and Big Red One.
Apple in March paid more than $100 million to acquire the motion picture, which was penned by screenwriter Rose Gilroy, who is the daughter of writer-filmmaker Dan Gilroy and actress Rene Russo, Deadline previously reported.
Bateman recently finished making the last season of his Netflix hit Ozark.
The failed collaboration between Evans and Johansson comes as the performers had hoped to work with one another in the wake of their work of the Avengers series.
The entertainers had been slated to work with one another on the forthcoming film Ghosted, but Johansson left the movie due to scheduling issues and was replaced by Ana de Armas.
Johansson is working with Apple on a film called Bride, which will be directed by Academy Award winner Sebastián Lelio. The movie is in development at this point, according to the outlet.
Apple purchased the highly-anticipated movie in a deal brokered by CAA, the outlet reported. The studio in the past year has spent big on prestige projects ranging from a Formula 1 film Brad Pitt will star in, and Argylle, a spy thriller from director Matthew Vaughn featuring Bryce Dallas Howard, Henry Cavill and Bryan Cranston.
Apple earlier this year collected an Oscar for Best Picture for the movie CODA, marking the first time a movie a streaming service distributed achieved the honor.