LILY James has been speckled filming scenes for the hotly expected Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again!.
The 28-year-old plays a immature Meryl Streep in the prequel and was seen sharpened in a 70s jumpsuit and a span of bullion height boots.
Looking every in. a Seventies summons in the striped outfit, the singer could be seen belting out Abba hits as she cycled around the Oxfordshire countryside, while assimilated by a organisation of university graduates.
Lily, who plays Donna Sheridan-Carmichael in the film, was accompanied by actresses Jessica Keenan Wynn and Alexa Davies – who play her bandmates Tanya Chesham-Leigh and Rosie Mulligan respectively.
In the strange 2008 film Rosie was played by Julie Walters, while Christien Baranski played Tanya – the three-time divorcee who was also partial of Donna and the Dynamos.
The rarely expected supplement will also see the return of Meryl Streep, 67, Amanda Seyfried, 31, Colin Firth, 56, Stellan Skarsgard, 66, Pierce Brosnan, 64, and Dominic Cooper, 39.
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel clerk Ol Parker will be penning and directing the Universal Studios film, while Playtone Pictures, which constructed the first instalment, has jumped back on house for the stirring film.
The iconic low-pitched focused on a bride-to-be Sophie Sheridan (Seyfried) trying to find her genuine father so that he can walk her down the aisle at her marriage to Sky (Cooper).
But she’s in for a startle when she realises that there are 3 intensity men that could be her biological dad.
It’s not nonetheless famous how bosses devise to pull the story on but it’s suspicion they may confirm to follow the angle of how Sophie’s mom Donna Sheridan (Streep) met the 3 men; Sam Carmichael (Brosnan), Harry Bright (Firth) and Bill Anderson (Stellan Skarsgard) in the years before the strange story takes place.
And ABBA’s Bjorn Ulvaeus is set to have an incognito cameo in the movie.
The music of the mythological Swedish cocktail organisation – comprised of the 72-year-old songwriter and his former bandmates Agnetha Faltskog, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Lyngstad – provides the soundtrack to the sequel, the strange film and the 1999 theatre low-pitched on which both films are based.
To compensate reverence to ABBA’s large contribution, Bjorn seemed as a Greek God at the finish of the 2008 film and he reportedly has a some-more dark cameo in the follow-up which only “eagle-eyed fans” will be means to spot.
An insider told The Sun: “Bjorn is very hands-on with the films. He doesn’t wish anything to shroud the categorical stars or detract from the storyline but for a personal thrill, he loves the thought of being quickly on screen again. Fans will have to be very sagacious to mark him but given he’s one of the world’s many famous men, he’s going to onslaught to go totally unnoticed.”
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