Home and Away star Samara Weaving looks completely unrecognisable in her new film Babylon


Australian actress Samara Weaving reinvented herself for her new role in the much-anticipated upcoming film, Babylon.

The former Home and Away star, 30, looks unrecognisable in three behind the scenes photos of herself in character which she shared on her Instagram page over the weekend.

The blonde star totally transformed herself to play Constance Moore, an actress who suffers a rise and fall in early Hollywood. 

Australian actress Samara Weaving reinvented herself for her new role in the much-anticipated upcoming film, Babylon. The former Home and Away star, 30, looks unrecognisable in three behind the scenes photos of herself in character which she shared on her Instagram page over the weekend 

Samara is pictured on the red carpet in 2019

Samara is pictured on the red carpet in 2019

In the photos, Samara has her brunette locks coiffed in a 1920s hairstyle and wears a pink blouse and skirt accessorised with a pearl necklace.

‘Clutch your pearls!’ she wrote alongside the photos. 

‘So pretty,’ actress Bella Thorne wrote. 

The blonde star totally transformed herself to play Constance Moore, an actress who suffers a rise and fall in early Hollywood

The blonde star totally transformed herself to play Constance Moore, an actress who suffers a rise and fall in early Hollywood

‘Overly smart brunette in the front and party all night blonde in the back,” a fan added. 

Co-starring Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Jean Smart, director Damien Chazelle is at the helm of the epic drama.

Babylon boasts an eclectic supporting cast which includes Li Jun Li, Jovan Adepo, Diego Calva and Olivia Wilde.

The former Home and Away star, 30, uploaded three behind the scenes photos on Instagram over the weekend which included her stint in the hair and makeup chair

The storyline is set before the Hays Code was introduced in 1930, which prohibited profanity, nudity, drug use, sexual perversion, inter-racial relationships and much more on screen. 

According to the director, the movie was inspired by the era and the off-screen antics going on in Tinseltown. 

Babylon will released in theatres across Australia on 12 January 2023. 

Samara is pictured on set with director Damien Chazelle (right)

Samara is pictured on set with director Damien Chazelle (right) 

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