Rachel Weisz shines in a dazzling black bodysuit as she arrives at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in New York City to promote Dead Ringers
Rachel Weisz stunned in NYC on Thursday when she arrived at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in a black bodysuit covered in sparkly rhinestones.
The 53-year-old Academy Award winner — who recently dazzled in a midnight blue dress in Cannes — shone in her chic style as she waved to fans outside the studio.
Weisz’s suit accentuated her fitted frame with shoulder pads and pops of color spiced up her look with blush lips and scarlet nails.
The English beauty’s dark hair was styled in glossy waves and her shimmer highlighted the porcelain perfection of her complexion.
Rachel is currently on a whirlwind press tour to promote her new Dead Ringers mini-series, which premieres April 21 on Amazon Prime.
FABULOUS: Rachel Weisz stunned in NYC on Thursday when she arrived at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in a black bodysuit covered in sparkly rhinestones.
The stunning star: The English beauty’s dark hair was styled in shimmery waves and her glow highlighted the porcelain perfection of her complexion
The six-episode miniseries is a gender-swapped adaptation of David Cronenberg’s 1988 psychological thriller of the same name, which starred Jeremy Irons as twin gynecologists who run an infertility clinic.
Rachel’s Late Show arrival comes after she spoke about being “obsessed” with the original movie and that she was the one who brought the idea of a female-led remake to Amazon.
Amazon first announced the project in August 2020, granting a direct-to-series order, with production set to begin in August 2021.
Set in New York, Weisz plays Elliot and Beverly Mantle, twins who share everything: drugs, lovers, and an unapologetic desire to do whatever it takes.
They have worked as a team to push the boundaries of medical ethics in an effort to challenge age-old practices and bring women’s health care to the fore.
She explained that the key to the plot is the relationship between them THR Last month.
Beverly is altruistic, thoughtful, careful, and kind. She wants to change the way women give birth.
“Elliott is very, very different. She is not altruistic and pushes the boundaries of what is moral.
Turns heads: The Oscar winner dazzled in her dapper look as she waved to fans outside the studio. Weisz’s suit accentuated her fitted frame with shoulder pads and added pops of color to her look with blush lips and a crimson manicure.
Press Press: The Mummy star is currently on a press tour to promote her new Dead Ringers mini-series, which premieres April 21 on Amazon Prime.
Double Take: Dead Ringers is a gender-swapping adaptation of David Cronenberg’s 1988 thriller starring Jeremy Irons as two gynecologists working in an infertility clinic.
The Mummy star added, “It’s very hurtful sometimes. passionate. Moving. And there’s some humor, too—grimly, dark humor.
It’s a very intense relationship. They love each other very deeply, but I think they kind of feel everything about each other very deeply, and that takes us to a more dangerous place in codependency.
David Cronenberg’s original film was adapted from the 1977 novel Twins by Bari Wood and Jack Geasland, which was loosely based on the true story of twin gynecologists Stewart and Cyril Marcus.
Both were found dead in July 1975 in separate rooms in Cyril’s Manhattan apartment aged just 45, with Stewart dying of a barbiturate overdose and Cyril suspecting possible suicide in a suicide pact after his brother was found dead.