Zoe Kravitz sports bizarre blue wig while working on KIMI’s Los Angeles set
Zoe Kravitz was almost unrecognizable when she got down to business on the set of the upcoming thriller KIMI on Saturday.
The 32-year-old actress donned a blue wig when she was seen worn by two men during a scene as the cameras rolled across the Los Angeles set.
This is the first time Kravitz has been spotted after completing work on the upcoming DC Comics-based film, The Batman.
A new look: Zoe Kravitz was seen wearing an extravagant blue wig while working on the set in Los Angeles of the upcoming KIMI movie on Saturday
Kravitz wore a gray overcoat over a bright orange zip-up hoodie and white t-shirt.
She paired her tops with a set of sweatpants and tan Ugg style boots.
The X-Men: First Class actress notably sported an extravagant sky blue wig as she became an agoraphobic tech worker.
Production on KIMI began earlier this year when veteran director Steven Soderbergh was cast to direct the upcoming feature film.
Staying warm: The actress was also costumed in a large overcoat worn over a zip-up hoodie and sweatpants
Strong Director: Production on KIMI began earlier this year when Steven Soderbergh was brought in to direct the feature; He is seen at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival
The film will center on the character of Kravitz, a technician who is ignored after discovering evidence of a crime and takes to the streets to spread the news amid an ongoing protest.
Several stars, including Byron Bowers, Erika Christensen and Jamie Camil, were added to the film’s cast in March.
Principal photography for the feature began last month at various locations in and around Los Angeles, and production will eventually move to Seattle, where the story takes place, for exterior shots.
KIMI is currently set to be released on the HBO Max streaming service on an unspecified date in the future.
Although she is currently working hard on the Soderbergh-directed film, Kravitz previously focused on filming the upcoming superhero film, The Batman, in which she will play Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman.
Role change: Kravitz’s sighting comes shortly after finishing work on upcoming DC Comics-based film, The Batman
The actress was chosen among several other performers, including Ana de Armas and Eiza Gonzalez, for the role; she previously voiced the character in the 2017 Lego Batman movie.
The next film will star Robert Pattinson as the titular character and will feature Paul Dano, John Turturro, and Jeffrey Wright in supporting roles.
Ben Affleck was originally supposed to return to direct the film and play Batman after portraying the character twice, though he later backed down from both positions.
Matt Reeves then stepped in to direct the feature film and co-write its screenplay with screenwriter Peter Craig.
High Level Lead: The upcoming film will see Robert Pattinson take on the role of the titular character; he is seen on set in October of last year
Main photography on The Batman in January 2020, but filming was subsequently halted in response to the onset of the global pandemic.
Filming resumed last September but was quickly halted after Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19, with production finally resuming and wrapping up earlier this year.
The film was originally slated for release in June 2021, but was eventually postponed to October and then pushed back to March 4, 2022.
Troubled production: Filming was initially halted due to the onset of the global pandemic, and was later put on hold after Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19
The Batman is set to kick off a new trilogy of films starring the character, and several cast members have pledged to reprise their roles in future feature films.
A spin-off series focused on the Gotham City Police Department is currently in development and will take place in the film universe.
The upcoming show is slated to debut on the HBO Max streaming service at an unspecified date in the future.
Future release: The Batman is set to debut on March 4, 2022, though it was originally slated to premiere this year