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Jodie Comer transforms into French noble Marguerite de Carrouges on a set by The Last Duel

Jodie Comer turns into the white noble Marguerite de Carrouges in a white dress while she goes to work on the set of The Last Duel

She is at the center of a fight to the death between Matt Damon and Adam Driver in The Last Duel.

And Jodie Comer got character when Marguerite de Carrouges started on the set when filming started Tuesday at the Chateau de Beynac, in the Dordogne, France.

The star of the Killing Eve, 26, wore an elegant display when she appeared to be wearing a white wedding dress and a light blue veil as she left her trailer.

Chic: Jodie Comer turns French noble Marguerite de Carrouges into a white dress while she went to work on the set of The Last Duel at the Chateau de Beynac in France on Tuesday

Chic: Jodie Comer turns French noble Marguerite de Carrouges into a white dress while she went to work on the set of The Last Duel at the Chateau de Beynac in France on Tuesday

Jodie wrapped herself in a black scarf to protect her outfit from the rain while she walked to a car to take her to where the day’s shoot would take place.

She wore her blonde locks back in a loose bun and her hair was styled with a middle part so that her hair framed her face well.

By keeping her simple for the historical drama, Jodie chose not to wear jewelry and emphasized her natural beauty by wearing a light palette of makeup.

Getting in character: the star of the Killing Eve, 26, on an elegant display when she appeared to be wearing a white wedding dress and a light blue veil as she left her trailer

Getting in character: the star of the Killing Eve, 26, on an elegant display when she appeared to be wearing a white wedding dress and a light blue veil as she left her trailer

Getting in character: the star of the Killing Eve, 26, on an elegant display when she appeared to be wearing a white wedding dress and a light blue veil as she left her trailer

Cozy: Jodie wrapped in a black scarf to protect her outfit from the rain while she was on her way to a car to take her to where the day's shoot would take place

Cozy: Jodie wrapped in a black scarf to protect her outfit from the rain while she was on her way to a car to take her to where the day's shoot would take place

Cozy: Jodie wrapped in a black scarf to protect her outfit from the rain while she was on her way to a car to take her to where the day’s shoot would take place

Jodie plays opposite Matt Damon and dual Oscar-nominated Adam Driver, while the film is directed by Hollywood legend Ridley Scott.

Matt wrote the screenplay with Nicole Holofcener and his long-standing writing partner Ben Affleck, winning an Academy Award in 1998 for their script for Good Will Hunting.

Adapted from the book of the same name by Eric Jager, follows the true story of Jean de Carrouges (Damon), a 14th-century knight fighting a death with former friend Jacques Le Gris (director) after he accused him of raping his wife.

While talking about the film during an appearance at Conan in November, Matt said: “It’s about the last sanctioned duel in medieval France between these two knights, the other of whom claimed the other had raped his wife.

Drama: The film follows Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon), a knight who fights to death with ex-boyfriend Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver) after he accused him of raping his wife (Jodie)

Drama: The film follows Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon), a knight who fights to death with ex-boyfriend Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver) after he accused him of raping his wife (Jodie)

Drama: The film follows Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon), a knight who fights to death with ex-boyfriend Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver) after he accused him of raping his wife (Jodie)

“They couldn’t resolve what had happened, so they fought to the death to let God decide who spoke the truth.

“We thought it was this interesting story of perspectives, so Ben and I wrote the masculine perspectives, and Nicole wrote the feminine perspectives, and Ridley Scott is going to direct it.”

Originally Matt and Ben were ready to play the two leading roles in the film, but they ran into planning conflicts because of Ben Ly’s role in Deep Water by Adrian Lyne.

As such, Adam was cast to take over the role after his incredible year of filming in 2019 with releases such as Marriage Story, for which he was Oscar-nominated, Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker and The Report.

Co-star: Matt wrote the script, based on the book of the same name by Eric Jager, alongside Nicole Holofcener and his long-standing writing partner Ben Affleck

Co-star: Matt wrote the script, based on the book of the same name by Eric Jager, alongside Nicole Holofcener and his long-standing writing partner Ben Affleck

Co-star: Matt wrote the script, based on the book of the same name by Eric Jager, alongside Nicole Holofcener and his long-standing writing partner Ben Affleck

Boarding: Originally Matt and Ben were ready to play the two main roles in the film, but they encountered planning conflicts so Adam (shown in January) was cast to take over the role

Boarding: Originally Matt and Ben were ready to play the two main roles in the film, but they encountered planning conflicts so Adam (shown in January) was cast to take over the role

Boarding: Originally Matt and Ben were ready to play the two main roles in the film, but they encountered planning conflicts so Adam (shown in January) was cast to take over the role

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