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Sigourney Weaver films scenes for Amazon Prime’s new series The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart in Sydney

Aliens star Sigourney Weaver, 72, looks incredibly youthful as she films scenes for Amazon Prime’s new series The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart in Sydney


Filming is well and truly under way on Amazon Prime’s new series The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart in Sydney.

On Friday, Sigourney Weaver was spotted filming scenes for the series on a flower farm in Sydney.

The Aliens star, 72, was dressed in red trousers, a buttoned shirt, an apron and long blue coat as she walked with her young co-star through a garden.

Fountain of youth!  Aliens star Sigourney Weaver, 72, looked incredibly youthful as she filmed scenes for Amazon Prime’s new series The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart in Sydney on Friday 

She also wore a straw hat and looked incredibly youthful with barely any makeup on her complexion.  

The seven-part series is based on the international best-selling book by Australian author Holly Ringland.

Weaver is best known for her role as Ellen Ripley in the Alien franchise.

On set: Sigourney Weaver filmed scenes for Amazon Prime's new series alongside her young co-star

On set: Sigourney Weaver filmed scenes for Amazon Prime’s new series alongside her young co-star 

The Aliens star wore red pants, a buttoned shirt, an apron and long blue coat

She walked with her young co-star through a garden

Ensemble: The Aliens star wore red pants, a buttoned shirt, an apron and long blue coat as she walked with her young co-star through a garden

Getting into character: She also wore a straw hat and left her long locks out

Getting into character: She also wore a straw hat and left her long locks out

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart tells the enchanting and compelling story of a young girl, Alice Hart, whose violent childhood casts a dark shadow over her adult life.

The series will be produced by Australian hit-maker and Emmy winner Bruna Papandrea (Penguin Bloom).

Some of the world’s renowned actors – including film royalty George Clooney and Julia Roberts – are making the move to capitalise on generous Government grants designed to boost Australia’s fledgling film industry.

End of the day: After filming, Sigourney was spotted getting to a waiting car

End of the day: After filming, Sigourney was spotted getting to a waiting car

Set: The series is being filmed on a flower farm in Sydney

Set: The series is being filmed on a flower farm in Sydney

Series: The seven-part series is based on the international best-selling book by Australian author Holly Ringland

Series: The seven-part series is based on the international best-selling book by Australian author Holly Ringland

Iconic: Weaver is best known for her role as Ellen Ripley in the Alien franchise

Iconic: Weaver is best known for her role as Ellen Ripley in the Alien franchise

Story: The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart tells the enchanting and compelling story of a young girl, Alice Hart, whose violent childhood casts a dark shadow over her adult life

Story: The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart tells the enchanting and compelling story of a young girl, Alice Hart, whose violent childhood casts a dark shadow over her adult life

Clooney and Roberts’ rom-com Ticket to Paradise will transform Queensland’s Whitsunday Islands into Bali, while other locations in the state will be transformed into the US.

Back in March, Viggo Mortensen and Colin Farrell were set to film Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives in Queensland.

Thor: Love and Thunder film, starring Natalie Portman, Chris Hemsworth, Christian Bale, Matt Damon and Russell Crowe was also recently filmed in Sydney.

Industry: Some of the world's renowned actors - including film royalty George Clooney and Julia Roberts - are making the move to capitalise on generous Government grants designed to boost Australia's fledgling film industry

Industry: Some of the world’s renowned actors – including film royalty George Clooney and Julia Roberts – are making the move to capitalise on generous Government grants designed to boost Australia’s fledgling film industry

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