Emmy Rossum’s fake cleavage is almost falling out of her top while filming with Martin Freeman on the set of biopic Angelyne
Emmy Rossum has been completely transformed into pneumatic blonde Angelyne for filming a four-part mini series about the ‘billboard queen’ this week.
The actress was spotted with a massive prosthesis attached to her chest while filming with Martin Freeman in Los Angeles on Monday.
Her fake possessions were barely contained in her pink mini-dress while she was sitting on a pink corvette next to Freeman, who owns a printing company that works with Angelyne for her early billboard campaigns.
Bombshell: Emmy Rossum was pictured Monday with Martin Freeman on the set of Angelyne in Los Angeles
The mini series, available for streaming on Peacock, are based on a 2017 Hollywood Reporter story by Gary Baum.
The 33-year-old actress looked unrecognizable in a resilient blonde wig and shades when she came into character as the Polish-born Angelyne, real name Renee Goldberg.
Martin, 48, wore a brown wig and pinstripe suit and couldn’t stop grinning on the sun-drenched set.
Angelyne became famous in the 1980s when she appeared on challenging billboards around Los Angeles and rode a pink Corvette around Hollywood.
Lucy Tcherniak directs the series and Emmy is executive producer with her husband, Mr. Robot maker Sam Esmail.
LA history: Emmy sat on a pink corvette next to Freeman who owns a printing company that works with Angelyne for its early billboard campaigns
Transformation: Rossum, 33, had a prosthetic nose and a huge fake neckline
Business: Martin, 48, wore a brown wig and pinstripe suit when he came into the sign on Monday
The shameless star plays the Polish-born Angelyne who became famous when she appeared on billboards in Los Angeles and became famous because she was famous
Also in the lead role are Jefferson Hall, Alex Karpovsky, Charlie Rowe, Lukas Gage and Michael Angarano.
Hall (Vikings), who plays the president of the Angelyne Fanclub, was seen on set in a jazzy peach suit and a dark wig on Monday.
Karpovsky (Girls) plays a character based on Baum, the THR journalist who has lifted the lid on Angelyne’s past. Rowe (Salvation) plays the photographer behind some of Angelyne’s famous billboard images. Gage (Assassination Nation) plays a filmmaker who is working on a documentary about Angelyne.
Martin seemed to be hysterical when leaning against the classic Corvette
Jefferson Hall, who plays the president of the Angelyne Fanclub, was seen on Monday in a set in a jazzy peach suit and a dark wig
Peacock, the NBCUniversal streaming platform, will be launched on April 15 for subscribers to the Comcast Xfinity service and on July 15 for the wider public.
Emmy revealed last week that Angelyne will be producing the show itself.
In response, the icon from the 1980s called her “Hollywood fee” and wrote “good luck!”
Famous for being famous: the star can be seen in 1983 depicted on her pink corvette that she would drive around Hollywood
Project: Emmy revealed last week that Angelyne, 62, will produce