The Undoing’s Matilda De Angelis joins Liev Schreiber on set of Across The River And Into The Trees

They have been busy filming the adaptation of Ernest Hemingway’s Across The River and Into The Trees over the past few weeks. 

And Matilda De Angelis transformed into her WW2 character Renata Contarini as she filmed alongside Liev Shreiber in Venice on Wednesday.   

The Undoing star, 25, changed outfits during the day with the actress first filming scenes in a yellow ballgown with fur stole before changing into a long pink coat. 

Filming: Matilda De Angelis transformed into her WW2 character as she filmed alongside Liev Shreiber in Venice for Across The River and Into The Trees on Wednesday

Matilda cut a glamorous figure in the yellow floor length dress and a cream coat as she filmed scenes on a bridge. 

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The star complemented her outfit with pearl drop earrings and her hair was styled in perfect soft curls. 

Matilda puffed on a cigarette as she stood on the bridge and looked out across the city.

The Undoing star, 25, changed outfits during the day with the actress first filming scenes in a yellow ballgown with fur stole before changing into long pink coat.

Cast: The pair have been busy filming the adaptation of Ernest Hemingway’s Across The River and Into The Trees over the past few weeks

Camera rolling: Liev, 53, could be seen wearing military colours in the smart khaki suit and matching coat which had his badge on the upper sleeve

Gorgeous: Matilda cut a glamorous figure in the yellow floor length dress and a cream coat as she filmed scenes on a bridge

Stunning: The star complemented her outfit with pearl drop earrings and her hair was styled in perfect soft curls

Later Matilda changed costume as she donned cream trousers and a silk neckerchief blouse to star alongside Liev who plays Colonel Richard Cantwell.

Liev, 53, could be seen wearing military colours in the smart khaki suit and matching coat which had his badge on the upper sleeve. 

The movie also stars Josh Hutcherson who will play the character Jackson.

Smoke: Matilda puffed on a cigarette as she stood on the bridge and looked out across the city

Costume change: Later Matilda changed costume as she donned cream trousers and a silk neckerchief blouse to star alongside Liev who plays Colonel Richard Cantwell

Story: Set in post WW2 Venice, US Army Col. Cantwell, haunted by the war, is a hero who faces news of his illness with stoic disregard

Story: Determined to spend a weekend in quiet solitude, he commandeers a military driver to facilitate a visit to some of his old haunts in Venice

Set in post WW2 Venice, US Army Col. Cantwell, haunted by the war, is a hero who faces news of his illness with stoic disregard. 

Determined to spend a weekend in quiet solitude, he commandeers a military driver to facilitate a visit to some of his old haunts in Venice. 

As Cantwell’s plans begin to unravel, a chance encounter with a remarkable young woman begins to re kindle in him the hope of renewal.   

Love? As Cantwell’s plans begin to unravel, a chance encounter with a remarkable young woman begins to re kindle in him the hope of renewal

WW2: The pair appeared to be looking at something in the distance 

Saying their lines: They chatted as they walked along a street 

Feeling chilly: Matilda donned a grey blanket to keep her warm 

Wave: The actress gave a friendly wave to people watching 

One to watch: Matilda is now a name on everyone’s lips after starring opposite Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant in The Undoing

Talented: The show found audiences gripping their seats while waiting to find out who killed her character, Elena, in the finale

Based on the last full-length novel by Hemingway, the movie captures a fleeting moment of immortality where time stands still.   

Matilda is now a name on everyone’s lips after starring opposite Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant in The Undoing, the show found audiences gripping their seats while waiting to find out who killed her character, Elena, in the finale. 

Matilda famously bared her body in a couple of noteworthy scenes; the sixth episode of the series drew three million viewers on all platforms.

That made it the most watched episode of any HBO series since the Season 2 finale of Big Little Lies, also from creator David E. Kelley. 

Interesting: Based on the last full-length novel by Hemingway, the movie captures a fleeting moment of immortality where time stands still