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Elizabeth Debicki looks resplendent in smart jade dress as she shoots new scenes for thriller Tenet

She was on the Amalfi Coast shooting the first scenes for spy thriller Tenet at the start of August.

But production has brought actress Elizabeth Debicki to Hampstead, North London, to film the next batch of scenes for the movie on Tuesday. 

Pictured with co-star John David Washington, the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star, 28, looked smart in a jade green high-necked number – a far cry from the summery dress she donned when shooting the scenes in Italy four weeks ago.

Resplendent: Elizabeth Debicki to Hampstead, North London, to film the next batch of scenes for the movie on Tuesday. Pictured with co-star John David Washington, the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star, 28, looked smart in a jade green high-necked number - a far cry from the summery dress she donned when shooting the scenes in Italy four weeks ago.

Resplendent: Shooting scenes for spy thriller Tenet, actress Elizabeth Debicki was in Hampstead, North London on Tuesday

She is scheduled to shoot scenes for the hotly-anticipated movie, set for release in July 2020, in a multitude of locations – having already filmed in Estonia in June and July.

Production moves to Mumbai in India next month.

Star of The Night Manager Elizabeth looked conservative in her costume, which she teamed with a brown leather purse and black heels.

She wore her blonde tresses in an up do, adding stud earrings to the look. She wore a light palette of make-up with a gentle slick of pink to her lips. 

Conservative: The star, 28, looked smart in a jade green high-necked number - a far cry from the summery dress she donned when shooting the scenes in Italy four weeks ago

Conservative: The star, 28, looked smart in a jade green high-necked number – a far cry from the summery dress she donned when shooting the scenes in Italy four weeks ago

In her element: Showcasing her character's flair for fashion, the Australian actress stunned in the regal-looking number

In her element: Showcasing her character’s flair for fashion, the Australian actress stunned in the regal-looking number

Co-star: John David Washington was also seen on set

Co-star: John David Washington was also seen on set

Tenet has been described as ‘an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage’ by Variety.

While little is known about the film’s plot, Christopher Nolan’s latest project sees Elizabeth join the likes of John, Robert Pattinson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh on screen. 

According to Estonian Public Broadcasting, the upcoming movie is set to most expensive original films of all time with a cost of £185 million ($225 million).

The only films to exceed the upcoming film’s worth are Disney’s Tangled at $260 million (£214 million), and award-winning cci-fi Avatar at $237 million (£195 million).

On the move: She is scheduled to shoot scenes for the hotly-anticipated movie, set for release in July 2020, in a multitude of locations - having already filmed in Estonia in June and July

On the move: She is scheduled to shoot scenes for the hotly-anticipated movie, set for release in July 2020, in a multitude of locations – having already filmed in Estonia in June and July

‘I’ve always been a private person’: While Elizabeth has garnered an impressive resume with her stints in The Great Gatsby and Macbeth, the screen star insists she’s not a typical celebrity

In the money: According to Estonian Public Broadcasting , the upcoming movie is set to most expensive original films of all time with a cost of £185 million ($225 million)

In the money: According to Estonian Public Broadcasting , the upcoming movie is set to most expensive original films of all time with a cost of £185 million ($225 million)

In the money: According to Estonian Public Broadcasting , the upcoming movie is set to most expensive original films of all time with a cost of £185 million ($225 million)

While Elizabeth has garnered an impressive resume with her stints in The Great Gatsby and Macbeth, the screen star insists she’s not a typical celebrity. 

The thespian, who grew up in Melbourne, is staunchly protective of her privacy, and has even said in the past that fame does not ‘suit’ her.

Elizabeth stressed the importance of privacy, telling Vogue Australia in October: ‘I’ve always been a private person.’ 

Direction: Elizabeth was seen listening intently to director Christopher Nolan between takes

Direction: Elizabeth was seen listening intently to director Christopher Nolan between takes 

On set: While little is known about the film's plot, the film sees Elizabeth join the likes of John, Robert Pattinson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh on screen

On set: While little is known about the film's plot, the film sees Elizabeth join the likes of John, Robert Pattinson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh on screen

On set: While little is known about the film’s plot, the film sees Elizabeth join the likes of John, Robert Pattinson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh on screen 

‘I feel like the thing I want out in the world is my work and I’ve always believed, and it’s the way I approach my work, that me and the work are separate.

‘I think that people with social media can blur it so beautifully, and I respect that, but it’s not really how I am and I just want the work to speak and people to receive it the way they will without anything influencing it,’ she added.

Tenet is scheduled to be released by Warner Bros. Pictures on July 17, 2020. 

Daily Mail UK

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