Rachel Weisz looks elegant as she walks in Manhattan in a black suit with a bright red scarf


Rachel Weisz looks elegant as she walks in Manhattan in a black suit with a bright red scarf

Rachel Weisz stepped out in Midtown Manhattan looking elegant while wearing a black suit. 

The actress, 51, accessorized her outfit with a red scarf, blue satin boots and dark sunglasses to shade her eyes. 

The Mummy star has experienced serious success recently as she co-starred in Marvel’s Black Widow which has brought in more than $300 million dollars at the box office, and the actress has already announced another upcoming project.  

Elegance can’t be taught: Rachel Weisz stepped out in Midtown Manhattan looking fabulous while wearing a black suit

Dressed for success: The Mummy star has experienced serious success recently as she co-starred in Marvel's Black Widow which has brought in more than $300 million dollars at the box office

Dressed for success: The Mummy star has experienced serious success recently as she co-starred in Marvel’s Black Widow which has brought in more than $300 million dollars at the box office

Weisz and In Bruges star Colin Farrell are set to reunite in the upcoming dark comedy Love Child.

The Favourite star and the 45-year-old Irish actor previously starred alongside each other in Yorgos Lanthimos’ surreal black comedy dystopian flick The Lobster in 2015.

And they will be back on set together to film Todd Solondz’s “darkly comic twist on the Oedipal story”.

These boots were make for walking: Rachel Weisz adds a splash of color to her outfit with her blue satin boots as she walks down the street in Midtown Manhattan

These boots were make for walking: Rachel Weisz adds a splash of color to her outfit with her blue satin boots as she walks down the street in Midtown Manhattan

Co-stars reunite: Colin Farrell, pictured here at SiriusXM studios in New York City in 2019, will team up with Rachel Weisz again to film Love Child, a dark comedy based on the Greek tragedy Oedipus

Co-stars reunite: Colin Farrell, pictured here at SiriusXM studios in New York City in 2019, will team up with Rachel Weisz again to film Love Child, a dark comedy based on the Greek tragedy Oedipus

The plot “follows a precocious kid who schemes to rid himself of his brutish dad so he can have his mom all to himself. Things go awry when a handsome stranger appears.”

And the ‘Happiness’ director has hailed the film as “fun and sexy”. He told Variety: “This is my first movie with a plot and my first movie taking place in Texas. 

“It’s fun and it’s sexy and it’s shaped by the Hollywood movies that made me want to become a filmmaker. I’ve loved Rachel and Colin’s work forever, and am so honoured to be able to excite their passion for serious and unexpected work as well.”

Keeping busy: Weisz was also spotted wearing a gray sweatshirt and holding a coffee mug while filming Dead Ringers, a reimagining of the 1980s cult classic, earlier this week

Keeping busy: Weisz was also spotted wearing a gray sweatshirt and holding a coffee mug while filming Dead Ringers, a reimagining of the 1980s cult classic, earlier this week 

No days off: She prowled around set in a pair of white sneakers with maroon detailing

No days off: She prowled around set in a pair of white sneakers with maroon detailing

Weisz isn’t taking any time off while waiting for the Love Child to begin shooting though. The Academy Award winner was spotted earlier this week wearing a gray sweat shirt and holding a coffee mug while filming a new Amazon Prime series, Dead Ringers. 

The series is based on the David Cronenberg 1980s cult classic of the same name. In the film, Jeremy Irons played twin gynecologists one of who seduces the women that come into the clinic. 

While it’s unclear how this gender-swapped version will differ from the original, Deadline recently reported that Hacks actress Poppy Liu is set to co-star. 

Classic: The series is based on the David Cronenberg 1980s cult classic of the same name. In the film, Jeremy Irons played twin gynecologists one of who seduces the women that come into the clinic

Classic: The series is based on the David Cronenberg 1980s cult classic of the same name. In the film, Jeremy Irons played twin gynecologists one of who seduces the women that come into the clinic

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