Scarlett Johansson looks '60s chic in a navy dress before she and costar Woody Harrelson climb into separate Teslas on the set of Project Artemis
Scarlett Johansson and her costar Woody Harrelson were seen looking comically out of time while working on the set of their upcoming film Project Artemis on Wednesday. The 38-year-old Marriage Story actress and the 61-year-old Natural Born Killers star were spotted in 1960s style period costumes on the set of the Apple TV+ film in Atlanta, even as they climbed into separate Tesla car between shooting. Almost no details have been released about the film, which is only known to be set around the space race. Scarlett looked classically chic in a navy blue dress with a V-shaped collar that emphasized her trim figure. The look reached down to her knees and had slightly shortened sleeves. She wore her hair in a short but voluminous golden blond look, though it wasn't clear if it was her natural hair or a wig. Scarlett completed her old-school look with modest gold hoop earrings and a gold bracelet. She was spotted getting into the back seat of a Tesla Model X SUV, which featured the model's distinctive and divisive butterfly doors. Elsewhere on set, her costar Woody Harrelson was seen getting into a different white Tesla. He was dressed in a business casual look that wouldn't have been out of place even today, though it was presumably also a costume. He wore a simple white dress shirt with a slim crimson tie and charcoal pants with a black leather belt. The True Detective star is joined in the cast by Channing Tatum, Ray Romano and Community actor Jim Rash, among others. In March of 2022, Apple TV+ acquired the film for a stunning $100 million, with Jason Bateman slated to direct and Johansson starring opposite Captain America star Chris Evans. However, Bateman subsequently departed the project over creative differences, and scheduling issues with his replacement, director Greg Berlanti, forced Evans to drop out as well, with Tatum replacing him. The big-budget film has been shooting in Atlanta since October of last year.
Via: Daily Mail