Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln are currently hard at work shooting their upcoming drama film Penguin Bloom in Sydney, Australia.
And on Friday, the two co-stars were spotted on the set getting ready for their next scenes.
The movie is both heavy and heartwarming with its story of a family struggling to come to terms with an accident that results in Watts’ character, Sam Bloom, becoming paralyzed from the waist down.
Take five! Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln were spotted, in-between takes, on location for the upcoming drama film Penguin Bloom in Sydney, Australia
The 50-year-old actress looked relaxed as she took a stroll on location dressed in black pants and a white blouse.
She added a pair of blue slip-on shoes and covered up with a dark blue puffy jacket.
For the upcoming scene, she had her blonde tresses styled in a bob-cut with a part on the slight right.
Heavy and heartfelt: The 50-year-old actress portrays a mother-of-three who struggles to cope with an accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down in Penguin Bloom
Lincoln, who’s best know for his role as Rick Grimes in the post apocalyptic hit series The Walking Dead, looked leading man handsome in denim jeans and a blue button-down shirt.
He wore of pair of brown shoes and sported a five-o’clock shadow beard as he strolled behind-the-scenes among the lighting and audio crews on set.
The English actor plays Watt’s on-screen husband Cameron in the movie that is being directed by Glendyn Ivin, who’s considered one of Australia’s leading directors in television and film.
Role reversal: Lincoln, best known to fans for his role in The Walking Dead, plays Watt’s husband in the family drama; he is pictured in a scene from the AMC post apocalyptic series
While struggling to adjust to her new condition as a paraplegic, Sam Bloom (Watts) finds hope and solace in an injured magpie chick that the family nurses back to health and names Penguin.
Along with Watts and Lincoln, the cast also includes Jacki Weaver, Rachel House, Leeanna Walsman, Lisa Hensley, Griffin Murray-Johnston, Felix Cameron and Abe Cklifford-Barr.
Watts is also producing the movie alongside Bruna Papandrea and Emma Cooper.
So far there’s no official word on when the film will premiere.