Elizabeth Banks can be seen as a character on the set of the 1968 women’s rights drama Call Jane in Connecticut
Elizabeth Banks can be seen as a character on the set of the 1968 Connecticut women’s rights drama Call Jane, filming scenes with co-star Sigourney Weaver.
She films the women’s rights drama Call Jane on location in Connecticut.
And on Monday, Elizabeth Banks was seen in full costume as a ’60s housewife while filming scenes for the movie with co-star Sigourney Weaver.
Banks, 47, wore a shoulder-length blonde wig with a headband while cameras rolled around the city of Hartford.
Ready for action: Elizabeth Banks, 47, was seen in character as a 1968 housewife while filming scenes for the women’s rights drama Call Jane on location in Connecticut on Monday
The actress was dressed in a patterned short-sleeved blouse over a brown turtleneck and blue jeans.
In between takes, she put on a face mask and checked her phone.
Weaver, 71, was dressed more sloppily for her role, pairing a brown anorak with a dark green top and brown pants.
The two stars enjoyed a hug and chat when cameras stopped rolling,
Collaborate: In between takes, Banks wore a face mask and watched her enjoy a hug and chat with co-star Sigourney Weaver
Women’s Rights Story: Set in the summer of 1968, Call Jane centers on a network of women who provide safe abortions for women in need without questions asked
Call Jane is set in the summer of 1968, when protesters turned the Democratic National Convention upside down.
According to Deadline.com, Banks’ character Joy Griffin is a housewife and mother who goes through a life-threatening pregnancy that no doctor will let her terminate.
After running out of options, she discovers a network of women who make safe abortions for women in need possible without questions being asked.
The supporting cast includes Kate Mara, Chris Messina, Aida Turturro and Wunmi Mosaku.
Furry Friend: Banks shared this adorable selfie on her Instagram on Sunday
The next for Banks will provide the voice for Pebbles in a new animated reboot of The Flintstones entitled Bedrock.
She will also produce the cartoon, a collaboration between Fox Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation. Variety reported last month.
The premise of the new series will see Pebbles 20 years after the classic cartoon’s timeline, as she is about to start her career as her father Fred Flintstone prepares for retirement.
Next project: Banks will be the next star as Pebbles in a new animated reboot of The Flintstones entitled Bedrock