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Jennifer Lawrence filming spy thriller "Red Sparrow" in Budapest

Jennifer Lawrence filming spy thriller

PanARMENIAN.Net - Jennifer Lawrence was spotted filming spy thriller "Red Sparrow" in Hungarian capital Budapest, AceShowbiz said. In some photos taken on the filming set, she's seen wearing a costume consisting of brunette wig, stylish cropped leather jacket, below-knee black skirt and high black boots. After finishing the filming for that day, Lawrence was seen with her real blond hair and heading back to her hotel with her dog Pippi.

"Red Sparrow" is directed by Francis Lawrence, who was also working with Lawrence in the "The Hunger Games" movie series. The spy thriller is based on Jason Matthews' book of the same name. It follows the story of Dominika Egorova (Lawrence), a Russian intelligence rookie who is assigned to seduce a CIA officer. Egorova later falls in love with the officer and considers being a double agent.

Other cast members in "Red Sparrow" are Joel Edgerton, Jeremy Irons, Matthias Schoenaerts, Nicole O'Neill, Kristof Konrad and Sergei Polunin. Steve Zaillian, the writer of acclaimed historical dramas such as "Schindler's List", "Gangs of New York" and "American Gangster", serves as one of the producers. To be distributed by 20th Century Fox, "Red Sparrow" is set to hit U.S. theaters on November 10.

Jennifer Lawrence recently starred in science-fiction romance "Passengers (2016)" with Chris Pratt. She has also been announced to play jazz age icon Zelda Fitzgerald in the upcoming movie "Zelda".

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