Marisa Abela transformed into Amy Winehouse as she continued filming Back To Black alongside Eddie Marsan at her real home in Camden Square on Friday.
The 26-year-old actress was the spitting image of the late musician, who died of alcohol poisoning at age 27 in 2011.
She had her hair slicked back into Amy’s iconic beehive with a strip of blonde in her bangs.
Marisa showed off her stomach in a white tank top, paired with low-rise jeans and a blue patterned shirt.
She donned a pair of black sneakers and rocked a bold makeup look consisting of a tanned foundation and winged eyeliner.
On set: Marisa Abela transformed into Amy Winehouse as she continued filming Back To Black alongside Eddie Marsan at her real home in Camden Square on Friday.
Popular: The duo left the house and walked down the street where they were mugged by paparazzi at the scene.
Meanwhile, Eddie, who takes on the role of the father of the icons, Mitch, donned a navy blue top and gray pants.
The duo left the house and walked down the street where they were mobbed by paparazzi at the scene.
The filming comes after Mitch Winehouse defended the controversial casting choice for the new biopic, after many claimed that Marisa and Amy don’t look close enough.
Mitch, 72, takes issue with the backlash when he shared that Marisa is a “great choice,” admitting that it doesn’t matter if they “don’t look exactly the same.”
Speaking to TM Z about the new release about his daughter, Mitch said, “Marisa is Marisa and Amy is Amy… so it’s not a big deal if they’re not mirror images.”
“Marisa is a great choice for the role.”
He went on to say that Eddie Marsan, who plays Mitch, doesn’t exactly look like him either, noting, “There’s too much emphasis on looks.
“Because there are so many examples in Hollywood of actors who don’t look like their real-life character.”
He later joked to The Mail on Sunday that he wanted George Clooney to play himself: “I told my friend Eddie was playing me and he said, excuse my French, ‘Eddie f****** Marsan. ! He is not very handsome. I said, “I know, I wanted George Clooney!” ‘
As trustee of his daughter’s estate, Mitch has given his endorsement to the new film, Back To Black, with part of the proceeds going to the charity established in his name.
But leaving jokes aside, the former taxi driver has insisted that at least some of his flaws show up on screen, admitting to clashing with director Sam Taylor-Johnson over his portrayal.
“I gave him the first script back,” he told The Mail on Sunday. He made me look like a saint, like I was going to be knighted. It was too much.’
Transformation: The 26-year-old actress was the spitting image of the late musician, who died of alcohol poisoning at age 27 in 2011.
Iconic: Slicked her hair back into Amy’s iconic beehive with a fringe of blonde in her bangs
Filming: The controversial biopic was filmed at Amy’s actual home, where the star died in Camden Square.
On Set: Taking on the role of iconic father Mitch, Eddie donned a navy blue top and gray pants.
Even though it’s been nearly 12 years since Winehouse was found unconscious at her home in Camden, north London, in July 2011, her heartbroken friends still believe it’s too early to make such a film.
Sources on the set of Back To Black, directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson and named after Winehouse’s 2006 hit album, say filming is only due in the last 10 weeks.
A source said: “It all feels very fast, almost a bit of a smash and grab.”
Many also doubted the film would be made in its entirety, accusing the project of “exploiting the singer’s legacy” and “capitalizing on her trauma”, with some calling on people to “just put her to rest”.
Thoughts: It comes after Amy’s father Mitch Winehouse, 72, took issue with recent backlash when he shared that Marisa is a ‘great choice’, admitting it doesn’t matter if they ‘don’t look exactly the same’ (Amy and Mitch pictured 2008)