Anne Hathaway was spotted getting into character on set of the upcoming AppleTV+ mini series WeCrashed on Friday in New York City.
The actress, 38, looked nearly unrecognizable in a bright blonde wig and a slew of faux wounds on her face and neck as she filmed an intense scene on the street.
Hathaway could be seen laying on top of a smashed black vehicle with her eyes closed and wounds exposed, suggesting her character had fallen to her death.
WeCrashed, which also stars Jared Leto, is based on a podcast centered around the failure of the now infamous WeWork real estate startup.
Spotted: Anne Hathaway was spotted getting into character on set of the upcoming AppleTV+ mini series WeCrashed in NYC
Intense: The actress, 38, looked nearly unrecognizable in a bright blonde wig and a slew of faux wounds on her face and neck as she filmed an intense scene on the street
Hathaway was dressed in a leopard print coat that covered up a majority of her toned upper body.
The Get Smart actress paired her outerwear with a red skirt featuring the same print and a revealing sequined top.
She was also costumed in an eye-catching pair of high-heeled leather boots that rose to the middle of her thighs while working on the upcoming miniseries.
Her platinum blonde hair stood out from the darker tones of the rest of her outfit and fell onto her shoulders and the nape of her neck.
Braced for impact: Hathaway was dressed in an eye-catching leopard print coat that covered up much of her frame
Dressed to impress: The Get Smart actress also wore a red skirt with a matching print, as well as a sequined top and thigh-high heeled boots. The actress’ stunning blonde hair stood out from the textures of the rest of her outfit
Hathaway notably sported several fake injuries around her face and neck that had been applied by a makeup artist during her time on set.
A project centered around WeWork’s history initially entered development in January of 2019, with the soon-to-arrive book The Cult of We: WeWork, Adam Neumann, and the Great Startup Delusion serving as the source material.
Succession’s Nicholas Braun was set to portray the investor in the potential series, and Stephen Falk was also named as the series’ lead writer and showrunner.
A film based on the downfall of the company is also currently in development, with The Big Short’s screenwriter, Charles Randolph, set to pen the feature’s script.
Getting serious: Development on WeCrashed first began last February when its co-creator signed a multi-year deal with Apple
Battle scars: Hathaway notably sported various fake injuries that she had received while going through her makeup process
Development on WeCrashed was first announced in February of last year after its co-creator, Lee Eisenberg, signed a multi-year deal with Apple.
The miniseries is based on David Brown’s podcast WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork and will follow the rise and fall of the startup while examining the relationship between its co-founder and his wife, Rebekah.
Jared Leto is set to portray the investor, while the Les Miserables actress will appear as his spouse.
The Climb star, Kyle Marvin, is also set to play WeWork’s other co-founder, Miguel McKelvey, in the forthcoming miniseries.
Source material: The upcoming miniseries is based on David Brown’s podcast WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork and will star Jared Leto and Hathaway in the leading roles
In progress: Physical production on the series initially began earlier this year, with shooting taking place at various locations in and around New York City
Jungle Cruise co-writers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa were previously announced to be the show’s primary directors.
Eisenberg and Drew Crevello will serve as the project’s writers and are also two of its executive producers.
Physical production on the series initially began earlier this year, with shooting taking place at various locations in and around New York City.
WeCrashed currently does not have a set release date.
Future release: WeCrashed will be released on the Apple TV+ streaming service at an unspecified date in the future