Olivia Colman rushes to save her co-star from drowning while filming her new film Joyride in Ireland


Joyride FIRST LOOK: Olivia Colman looks stylish in a bright blue suit as she rushes to save her co-star, 14, from drowning while filming dramatic scenes for her new movie in Ireland

  • The Crown star, 47, dashed across the beach in Kerry as she attempted to save her 14-year-old Irish co-star
  • In the film, Olivia stars as a discontented mother called Joy who accidentally goes on a road trip with 12-year-old Mully, played by Charlie Reid
  • Despite the harrowing scenes, it’s reported that Joyride is a feel-good fairy-tale that follows Olivia’s character joy as she navigates the trials of new motherhood

Olivia Colman cut a stylish figure in a bright blue suit as she filmed dramatic scenes for her latest movie – Joyride – in Ireland on Friday.  

The Crown star, 47, dashed across the beach in Kerry as she attempted to save her 14-year-old Irish co-star from drowning as part of the film’s action-packed plot. 

In the film, Olivia stars as a discontented mother called Joy who accidentally goes on a road trip with 12-year-old Mully [Charlie Reid] when he steals a taxi she’s asleep in.

New role: Olivia Colman cut a stylish figure in a bright blue suit as she filmed dramatic scenes for her latest movie – Joyride – in Ireland on Friday

In the script, Mully’s father [Lochlann Ó Mearáin, 47] is a conman who exploits his child’s innocence as part of his schemes. 

And in scenes filmed on Friday, Olivia’s character Joy attempts to protect the teenager after his father comes looking for him and the cash that he stole as he fled. 

During the tense plot point, Lochlann could be seen shoving Olivia out the way as he made a beeline for Charlie who was sat on the floor. 

Olivia fell to one side after the shove, with her new shoulder length hairstyle falling into her face.  

On the run: The Crown star, 47, dashed across the beach as she attempted to save her co-star from drowning as part of the film's action-packed plot

On the run: The Crown star, 47, dashed across the beach as she attempted to save her co-star from drowning as part of the film’s action-packed plot

Co-star: Olivia stars as a discontented mother called Joy who accidentally goes on a road trip with twelve-year-old Mully (Charlie Reid L) when he steals a taxi she's asleep in

Co-star: Olivia stars as a discontented mother called Joy who accidentally goes on a road trip with twelve-year-old Mully (Charlie Reid L) when he steals a taxi she’s asleep in

Rogue: In the script, Mully's father (Lochlann Ó Mearáin) is a conman who exploits his child's innocence as part of his schemes

Rogue: In the script, Mully’s father (Lochlann Ó Mearáin) is a conman who exploits his child’s innocence as part of his schemes

Upcoming film: Despite the harrowing scenes, Variety reports that Joyride is a feel-good fairy-tale that follows Olivia's character joy as she navigates the trials of new motherhood

Upcoming film: Despite the harrowing scenes, Variety reports that Joyride is a feel-good fairy-tale that follows Olivia’s character joy as she navigates the trials of new motherhood

Out of character, the cast appeared to be getting on well as Olivia grinned while Lochlann embraced Charlie affectionately in-between takes. 

But once they got back to the action Lochlann transformed into his bad boy persona in his brown leather jacket and continued to scrap with Charlie on the beach. 

Olivia, whose character Joy forms a mother-type bond with Charlie’s character Mully in the script, looked on in concern at the violence.  

Scuffle: In scenes filmed on Friday, Olivia's character joy attempts to project the child after his father comes looking for him and the cash that he stole as he fled

Scuffle: In scenes filmed on Friday, Olivia’s character joy attempts to project the child after his father comes looking for him and the cash that he stole as he fled

Drama: During the tense plot point, Lochlann could be seen shoving Olivia out the way as he made a beeline for Charlie who was sat on the floor

In character: Olivia fell to one side after the shove as he new shoulder length hairstyle fell into her face

Drama: During the tense plot point, Lochlann could be seen shoving Olivia out the way as he made a beeline for Charlie who was sat on the floor

Upbeat: Out of character, the cast appeared to be getting on well as Olivia grinned while Lochlann embraced Charlie affectionately in-between takes.

Upbeat: Out of character, the cast appeared to be getting on well as Olivia grinned while Lochlann embraced Charlie affectionately in-between takes.

Fight scene: But once they got back to the action Lochlann transformed into his bad boy persona in his brown leather jacket and continued to scrap with Charlie on the beach

Fight scene: But once they got back to the action Lochlann transformed into his bad boy persona in his brown leather jacket and continued to scrap with Charlie on the beach

As tensions heightened even further, Olivia could then be seen cradling a floating body in the water before comforting Lochlann’s character. 

The Crown actress and her co-stars kept things professional as they trudged out of the grey water to carry on filming in the cold Irish weather. 

Despite the harrowing scenes, Variety reports that Joyride is a feel-good fairy-tale that follows Olivia’s character joy as she navigates the trials of new motherhood. 

When she is accidentally taken on Mully’s adventure after passing out in the back of a taxi with her baby in tow the pair form a bond and begin to find themselves. 

Panic: Olivia, whose character Joy forms a mother-type bond with Charlie's character Mully in the script, looked on in concern at the violence

Panic: Olivia, whose character Joy forms a mother-type bond with Charlie’s character Mully in the script, looked on in concern at the violence

Tragic? As tensions heightened even further, Olivia could then be seen cradling a floating body in the water

Tension: She comforting Lochlann's character as the waves swelled around them

Tragic? As tensions heightened even further, Olivia could then be seen cradling a floating body in the water before comforting Lochlann’s character

Troupers: The Crown actress and her co-stars kept things professional as they trudged out of the grey water to carry on filming in the cold Irish weather

Troupers: The Crown actress and her co-stars kept things professional as they trudged out of the grey water to carry on filming in the cold Irish weather

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