Saturday, 5 April 2014

Damian Lewis looks dapper in smart attire as he shoots night scenes for upcoming movie Our Kind Of Traitor

Suited and booted! Damian Lewis looks dapper in smart attire as he shoots night scenes for upcoming movie Our Kind Of Traitor

He recently filmed a scene looking like the spitting image of Michael Caine. 
But Damian Lewis managed to blend in with the rest of the crowd as he shot his latest scenes for upcoming movie Our Kind of Traitor while wearing a dark suit. 
The 43-year-old actor looked dapper as he dressed smartly in a black suit and striped tie as he filmed in character as Hector, a member of British intelligence.
Looking sharp: Damian Lewis looked dapper in a suit as he filmed he scenes for his upcoming movie Our Kind Of Traitor
Looking sharp: Damian Lewis looked dapper in a suit as he filmed he scenes for his upcoming movie Our Kind Of Traitor
Wearing a pair of thick-rimmed spectacles, Damian looked very focused as he shot his latest part in the motion picture at Arsenal Football Club's Emirates Stadium in North London.
    While his character is supposed to be fairly inconspicuous, Damian certainly wasn't as his night-time shoot attracted plenty of onlookers. 
    The hype surrounding the movie, which is doesn’t have a current release date, is building as more and more celebrity names are announced as being involved in the release.
    Specs appeal: Wearing a pair of thick-rimmed spectacles, Damian looked very focused as he shot his latest part in the motion picture at Arsenal Football Club's Emirates Stadium in North London
    Specs appeal: Wearing a pair of thick-rimmed spectacles, Damian looked very focused as he shot his latest part in the motion picture at Arsenal Football Club's Emirates Stadium in North London
    Damian will join Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris in the big-screen adaptation of the John le Carre novel, which tells the story of a Russian money launderer who seeks to defect to the UK after a tragic turn of events. 
    Ralph Fiennes was originally cast in the hotly-anticipated thriller, but he dropped out and was replaced by The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo actor Stellan SkarsgÄrd.
    Damian shot part of the movie in London just last month, and in those scenes he had to wear a beige Aquascutum overcoat and thick-rimmed glasses which left him baring a striking resemblance to Michael's character Harry Palmer from hit 1960s movie The Ipcress File.
    Gathering a crowd: While his character is supposed to be fairly inconspicuous, Damian certainly wasn't as his night-time shoot attracted plenty of onlookers
    Gathering a crowd: While his character is supposed to be fairly inconspicuous, Damian certainly wasn't as his night-time shoot attracted plenty of onlookers
    Damian also wore a plaid scarf and smart trousers as he filmed the scenes on the banks of the river Thames in London.
    His trademark red locks were swept to one side and he prowled along the shore taking a phone call for most of the scene.
    Shooting for the movie only started in March and it's unknown how long the motion picture will take to film.  
    Alter-ego: The 43-year-old actor dressed smartly in a black suit and striped tie as he filmed in character as Hector, a member of British intelligence
    Alter-ego: The 43-year-old actor dressed smartly in a black suit and striped tie as he filmed in character as Hector, a member of British intelligence
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor recently looking like Michael Caine's iconic The Ipcress File character Harry Palmer
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor on Wednesday looking like Michael Caine's iconic The Ipcress File character Harry Palmer
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor on Wednesday looking like Michael Caine's iconic The Ipcress File character Harry Palmer


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