Blake Lively’s Most Drastic Looks For New Film The Rhythm Section

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Blake Lively Most Drastic Looks For New Film The Rhythm SectionPhoto Credit: Instagram @blakelively.hairstyle

Blake Lively has continued to keep fans on the edge. One way she has been able to consistently and effectively do so is through her Instagram account. She has had three drastic and unrecognizable looks since filming the new action thriller movie The Rhythm Section and with good reason.

Originally written by British author Mark Burnell, the Paramount Pictures-acquired novel adaptation of The Rhythm Section is about a woman who seeks revenge against those who orchestrated a plane crash that killed her family. Lively plays the survivor character named Stephanie Patrick.

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“Stephanie Patrick’s world was destroyed by the Atlantic air crash. Falling into a downward spiral of prostitution, drugs and drink, she is picked up by a journalist who has discovered that it was a bomb that caused the crash. And, it is his murder that pulls her out of herself,” according to the book brief on Amazon.

 

In order to keep herself alive and undiscovered by the intelligence service, she dons multiple looks and personalities like her most recent lengthier version of the pixie haircut in jet black posted Tuesday, Jan. 16; old Hollywood hairstyle with retro bangs; her choppy short hairstyle and remarkably-scary drug addict look.

 

Production was briefly halted back in December 2017 after Lively injured herself on set but has resumed since. According to the book description, there are five identities Lively takes on and she’s shared three so far (the anticipation!). The Rhythm Section is set to air in theaters February 22, 2019.

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