Uma Thurman modeled a relaxed sweater and skinny jeans on the set of her new series, Suspicion.
The 51-year-old star was spotted filming scenes for the upcoming Apple TV + drama based on the Israeli thriller False Flag.
The Kill Bill actress wore a gray V-cut cashmere sweater with raglin sleeves in Central Park in New York City on Tuesday.
Work hard: Uma Thurman modeled a relaxed sweater and skinny jeans on the set of her new series, Suspicion
The 5-foot-11 beauty’s physique was on display as she pulled on light blue skinny jeans that showcased her long legs and tiny waist.
She also wore a pair of chic mahogany brown boots with gold buckles.
The blonde star’s hair was parted to the side and tucked behind her ears. She accessorized simple gold jewelry including a pair of gold earrings, a bracelet and a ring.
Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently relaxed social distancing guidelines and mask warrants for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19, Uma was seen wearing a mask and face shield during filming.
Remake: The 51-year-old star was spotted filming scenes for upcoming Apple TV + drama based on Israeli thriller False Flag
Staying Safe: Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently relaxed social distancing guidelines and mask warrants for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19, Uma was seen wearing a mask and face shield during filming
At one point, she pulled her mask down under her chin, revealing her ageless features.
Thurman carried her iPhone as she walked the cobblestone path. Her sweater slipped slightly over her shoulder, exposing a nude bra strap.
The Gattaca actress has been working hard on the series after being forced to delay production due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Suspicion is a fast-paced thriller about the kidnapping of the son of a prominent American businesswoman, played by the Oscar-nominated actress.
It’s called playing! Despite high temperatures of around 79 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, Uma filmed a scene as she was bundled up in a blue beanie and thick winter coat
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The kidnapping of Leo, 21, from a large upscale hotel in central New York City is on camera and goes viral, according to a press release announcing the show.
Quickly, four British citizens staying at the hotel become the main suspects. But are they guilty of more than being in the wrong place at the wrong time, he added.
The upcoming program was first given the green light in March 2020, shortly before pandemic closures first shut down all productions in the entertainment industry.
American adaptation: Suspicion is based on the award-winning Israeli series False Flag by Keshet Broadcasting, created by Amit Cohen and Maria Feldman
It also stars Kunal Nayyar (The Big Bang Theory), Noah Emmerich (The Americans), Georgina Campbell (Black Mirror), Elyes Gabel (Scorpion), Elizabeth Henstridge (Agents of SHIELD) and Angel Coulby (Dancing on the Edge). .
Suspicion is based on the award-winning Israeli series by Keshet Broadcasting, created by Amit Cohen and Maria Feldman.
No release date on the series has been given, but it is one of the few regular TV roles that Thurman has had throughout his career.
Instant Classic: Best known for her work on the big screen, Uma was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 1995 for her role in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction. Uma received two Golden Globes nods for finding Tarantino on Kill Bill Vols. 1 & 2 in 2003 and 2004
She recently starred in Netflix supernatural drama Chambers, appeared in several episodes of the Bravo Imposters series, and starred in the NBC miniseries The Slap.
Best known for her big-screen work, Uma was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 1995 for her role in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction.
She received two Golden Globe nominations for reuniting with Tarantino in Kill Bill Vols. 1 & 2 in 2003 and 2004, and won a Golden Globe in 2003 for the HBO TV movie Hysterical Blindness.