Chris Pratt and Taylor Kitsch film a boat scene in Lake Arrowhead for their upcoming Amazon series

Chris Pratt and Taylor Kitsch were seen idling on set while waiting to film a boat scene for their upcoming conspiracy-thriller series The Terminal List. 

As the leading men prepared to get in front of the camera on Monday in Lake Arrowhead in California, they were seen getting in character after a nice chat. 

Pratt, who wore a baseball cap and a navy blue t-shirt, which showed off his muscular arms, was the first to step on the watercraft.    

Hard at work: Chris Pratt and Taylor Kitsch were seen idling on set while waiting to film a boat scene for their upcoming conspiracy-thriller series The Terminal List

He had a fake wound under his right eye, which is one of many bloody injuries his character has been seen sporting during production.  

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Meanwhile, Kitsch rocked a grey and white striped hoodie, blue cap and cargo shorts. 

Late last month, Pratt shared images of him looking exasperated on set while filming in triple digit summer temperatures.  

Looking good: Pratt, who wore a baseball cap and a navy blue t-shirt, which showed off his muscular arms, was the first to step on the watercraft

The Minnesota-born actor, who is married to Katherine Schwarzenegger, 31, has been busy at work filming the forthcoming Amazon series, which is based on the novel by author Jack Carr.

He plays the role of Navy SEAL James Reece on the show, who is dealing with the aftermath of an ambush during a secret mission.

Upon learning more about the incident, Reece finds out about the focus aligned against him, putting the lives of him and his loved ones in jeopardy.

Ouch: He had a fake wound under his right eye, which is one of many bloody injuries his character has been seen sporting during production

Amazon Studios acquired the rights to the show last year, with Antoine Fuqua directing and David DiGilio penning the script.

Riley Keough, Constance Wu, Catherine Dyer and Jeanne Tripplehorn round out the cast of the series.

The series is slated to debut on the streaming service next year.

Exhausting: Late last month, Pratt shared images of him looking exasperated on set while filming in triple digit summer temperatures

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