Oscar-winning actor looks unrecognisable as she goes make-up free with new hair colour on set – can you tell who it is? | The Sun

THIS Oscar-winning actress is a household name but looks unrecognisable as she appears on set make-up free and a new hair colour.

The star of a number of big Hollywood hits is said to be playing an “oversexed and volatile” female Frankenstein in a dramatically different retelling of Mary Shelley’s classic horror story.

She was spotted on set with long, raven-black hair and wearing a light yellow gown and seemed to be make-up free, or wearing very little.

The actress was seen gazing off through a forest scene while co-star Ramy Youssef was standing off in the background.

Eagle-eyed fans though will have clocked the A-lister is Emma Stone, 34, who won a best actress Oscar for the film La La Land in 2017.

The newly-released image is from her upcoming film Poor Things which is a movie adaptation of the 1992 novel of the same name by Alasdair Gray which was influenced by Frankenstein.

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In the thriller, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, Emma plays Bella Baxter who is brought back to life by the brilliant but unorthodox Dr Godwin Baxter, portrayed by Willem Dafoe.

Emma and Yorgos have previously worked together on 2018’s The Favourite, where she starred alongside fellow Oscar winners Rachel Weisz and Olivia Colman.

The Greek director has an impressive list of films to his name, including The Lobster in 2015 and 2017’s The Killing of a Sacred Deer.

During a 2018 interview with Interview Magazine, Yorgos said: “I do enjoy awkwardness.

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“I think it's an important feeling for people that maybe generates some kind of thirst to wonder about things.

“As an audience member myself, I love to be in a position where I'm trying to figure out what I am supposed to feel, or if what I'm feeling is appropriate or not.”

Poor Things is currently due to hit the big screen on September 8, this year and also stars Mark Ruffalo and Margaret Qualley.

Yorgos and Emma have already teamed up for a third film although little is currently known about it.

AND, thought to be an anthology film, is in post-production but no release date has been announced.

The film also features Dafoe and Qualley.

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