It's official: Jennifer Lawrence can rock any hair color.
Looks like the Oscar winner took a break from dancing atop Billy Joel's piano to squeeze in some time at the salon. Lawrence was spotted for the first time with freshly-dyed bleach blonde locks (!) pulled into a low bun while getting out of a car Tuesday on the set of her new movie, Sony's Passengers, being filmed in Atlanta.
Directed by The Imitation Game's Morten Tyldum, the film Passengers is described as a romantic sci-fi drama about a traveling spacecraft carrying thousands of people to a distant colony. When there is a malfunction in one of the sleeping chambers, one of the passengers, Jim Preston, played by Chris Pratt, is awakened while everyone else in the chamber has 90 years left of sleep travel. Unwilling to die alone, he awakens a fellow passenger, Aurora, portrayed by Lawrence, and sparks subsequently fly.
The cast also features names like Hannibal's Lawrence Fishburne, who is slated to play Colonel Alexander, and Michael Sheen, star of Showtime's Masters of Sex, whose character has not yet been announced. The film is scheduled for release in 2016.
While we can't see Lawrence's face, her outfit is spot on, coordinating a muted camel peplum top with a pair of dark wash jeans and black booties.
It looks like the X-Men: Apocalypse actress is adjusting nicely to her new hair tone, opting for complimentary clothing shades that won't overpower her lighter look.
The lucky Joy star got to work alongside Hollywood heartthrob Pratt, who didn't look too shabby on location, sporting some polished scruff initially and later shaving it all off for the shoot.
When does this man not look like a total hunk? Swoon.
Ever the goofball, Pratt flashed a peace sign at a nearby photographer as he took direction and chatted with crew members. The Jurassic World leading man later got comfy in the trailers while he prepped for a scene during his first day on set.
Is it just us or is that casual candid pose perfect for the next cover of GQ?
Lawrence is set to not only dominate the silver screen in 2016, but also the payroll. While Hollywood actresses are still suffering from grave pay inequality in comparison to their male co-stars, Lawrence won't be having any of that problem in this new role.
The 25-year-old has reportedly signed on to earn $20 million for the big-budget drama, almost double that of co-star Pratt—a rarity in comparison to other female actresses who have revealed earning as little as 10 percent of what their male contemporaries bring home.
Hat tip to Lawrence for setting the bar higher—there's no better time for change than right now.