First look at ‘Bridgerton’ star Phoebe Dynevor in the new film

The success of her Netflix series “Bridgerton” has begun, Phoebe Dynevor has already branched out into a new exciting project.

The actor (25) is currently shooting a film called “Color Room” for British broadcaster Sky. Dynevor plays a leading lady, potter Clarice Cliff, who is described in a press release as “a vibrant young factory in the industrial British mid-1920s”.

The original film follows the story of Cliff as he “breaks the glass ceiling and revolutionizes the workplace in the 20th century,” and is set to be released later this year at Sky Cinema. Production is currently underway in Stoke-on-Trent and Birmingham, Variety reports, and Sky has just given fans a first look at Dynevor on set.

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On Thursday, the broadcasting company shared a photo of the actor at work and is almost unrecognizable. Fans are used to seeing Dynevor in blonde hair and sporty luxury dresses in “Bridgerton,” but in the photo she swings a cropped brown bob and wears a dark blue coat and a colored scarf.

Bridgerton fans are used to a lot of colors and lush landscapes, but this moody photo from the set shows the actor reflecting while standing in a foggy street.

Phoebe Dynevor in “Color Room.”Courtesy of SKY

Dynevor stars in the film with Matthew Goode (“The Discovery of the Witch”), David Morrissey (“The Walking Dead”), Kerry Fox (“Last Tango in Halifax”) and Darci Shaw (“The Irregulars”). several of her teammates.

Last month, Dynevor said in part that it can’t wait to start filming in an earlier press release.

“I’m really honored to take on such an extraordinary character,” she said. “The screenplay is a beautifully written contemporary view of the 20th century and I’m proud to work with such a strong female team, both in front of and behind the camera. I’m looking forward to telling Clarice’s story and, of course, working with Matthew as well.”

A busy spring is forming for the actor, who is shooting the second season of the film “Bridgerton” in London. Fans are pretty upset that the juicy drama is returning to Netflix. Something they’re not exactly thrilled about? The fact that Dynevor’s season with colleague Regé-Jean Page will not return to another year.