Kate Beckinsale rocks a blonde wig in a sultry new selfie as she continues to film the comedy Guilty Party
She has replaced Isla Fisher in the lead role of the dark comedy Guilty Party for the streaming service Paramount +.
And Kate Beckinsale rocked a blonde wig as she posed for a sultry Instagram selfie on Tuesday as she continues to film the CBS series.
The actress, 47, who is mostly known for her flowing, dark brown locks, looked sensational in the new snap, which she simply captioned with a yellow heart emoji.
Having fun? Kate Beckinsale rocked a blonde wig as she posed for a sultry Instagram selfie on Tuesday as she continues to film the dark comedy Guilty Party
Kate wore a white bow-tie blouse and a red velvet jacket as she looked into the camera at the glamor photo she’d taken in her trailer.
The image earned several comments from her adoring fans, with many approving of her bold new look.
Kate is clearly having fun as a blonde as earlier this month she amused her Instagram followers as she donned leopard print loungewear and a hydrating face mask while trying to ‘scare’ her hairdresser.
Mostly watch: The actress, 47, who is mostly known for her flowing, dark brown locks (pictured in February), looked sensational in the new photo, which she simply captioned with a yellow heart emoji
The Underworld actress turned her seat to Tina Turner’s iconic song, Private Dancer, from a glamorous room on set.
She wore pink socks and chunky white trainers while her hairdresser modestly dried her voluminous blonde locks.
Kate suddenly grabbed the sides of the chair before lifting her legs above her head as she turned the seat.
Her hairdresser chuckled at her random behavior. The British-born star captioned the clip uploaded online: ‘Never think you can scare a hairdresser’.
Surprise! Kate amused her Instagram followers earlier this month when she donned leopard print loungewear and a hydrating face mask while trying to ‘scare’ her hairdresser.
Get your groove on: The Underworld actress turned her chair to Tina Turner’s iconic song, Private Dancer, from a glamorous room on set
While she also teased a behind-the-scenes look at the filming on Instagram, flashing a whiff of her toned abs as she posed in her trailer.
Kate cheekily lifted her white sweater for the camera as she posed in front of the mirror.
The actress replaces Isla, who Deadline reports were released in March, but were withdrawn due to concerns about COVID-19.
Beckinsale plays Beth Baker, a discredited journalist who tries to make a comeback by following a unique story.
Taking a Pose: She also teased a behind-the-scenes look at the filming on Instagram while showing a hint of her tight abs as she posed in her trailer
She clings to a young mother who has been sentenced to death for mutilating and murdering her husband, even though she claims she did not commit the crimes.
Baker tries to get to the bottom of the story she’s dealing with: “Colorado gun traffickers, clickbait culture, the doldrums of marriage, and her own tarnished past.”
The series was written by Rebecca Addelman (Dead To Me), directed by Trent O’Donnell (No Activity).
The writer and director will both act as executive producers alongside Mosaic’s Sam Hansen and Jimmy Miller, Funny Or Die’s Joe Farrell, Jim Ziegler, Mike Farah and co-executive producer Becca Kinskey.
Leading lady: The actress has replaced Isla Fisher (pictured earlier this month) in the lead role of the dark comedy Guilty Party for the Paramount streaming service
CBS Studios is producing the new series in collaboration with Funny or Die and Mosaic.
Beckinsale had worked almost exclusively in feature films for her first TV role on last year’s Amazon Prime Video series, The Widow.
She also has two films in post production, Jolt with Jai Courtney, Bobby Cannavale, Stanley Tucci and Laverne Cox, and El Tonto with John Malkovich, Travis Fimmell and Jillian Bell.
New role: Beckinsale plays Beth Baker, a discredited journalist trying to make a comeback by following a unique story (pictured in 2018)