Elizabeth Banks, Kate Mara, and Sigourney Weaver were glimpsed for the first time together on the set of Call Jane — a film about a 1960s housewife who who finds herself pregnant unexpectedly, before discovering an underground abortion movement.
The trio of actresses were seen walking in full sixties clothing in Hartford, Connecticut as production ramped up on the indie drama this week.
All three ladies looked eye-catching in their vintage duds, as they prepared to shoot scenes at a few locations in the quiet suburb which was lined with vintage cars.
Power duo: Elizabeth Banks, 47, and Sigourney Weaver, 71, are seen in sixties garb as they are glimpsed on the set of Call Jane together
Groovy: Kate Mara, 38, modeled a very psychedelic jumpsuit that hugged her petite frame as she geared up to shoot scenes
Banks, 47, was tapped to play pregnant housewife Joy and Weaver stars as Virginia, the leader of the underground abortion movement.
Prior to the Roe V. Wade decision in 1973, the legality of abortion was determined by the state, and in the mid-sixties (the period in which Call Jane is set) 44 states had outlawed abortion unless the situation threatened the life or health of the mother which prompted millions of illegal abortions.
The blonde Zack and Miri Make A free porno clips of mature ladies star was seen sans-baby bump as she strolled to set in a retro patterned jumpsuit with pink sneakers and a fleece for warmth.
She and Sigourney were seen masked up in the suburb — which was transformed by way of vintage cars and other details of the time.
Weaver, 71, debuted a blowout with soft curls as she slipped into a pair of khaki pants with an embroidered periwinkle sweater and browned heeled boots.
Action! She and Sigourney were seen following production personnel in the suburb — which was transformed by way of a series of vintage cars lining the streets
With the times: The House of Cards star's red hair was styled in an up-do with a black head scarf for a very classic sixties look
Mara, 38, was seen rocking a very psychedelic jumpsuit that featured black and white horizontal stripes with retro yellow flowers lining the silhouette.
She draped a jean jacket over the plunging number and opted for comfort in white converse before slipping into black wooden platforms.
And unlike her other co-stars her red hair was styled in an up-do with a black head scarf for a very classic sixties look.
Later, Elizabeth was seen making a quick outfit change as she modeled a beige pencil skirt with a matching high neck shirt tucked into it.
And the veteran Alien actress was not far behind, as Weaver strolled beside a very helpful production assistant who held an umbrella to shield her from any unexpected rain.
Ramping it up: Production recently began on the film which is using Connecticut as its backdrop
Wardrobe change: Later Elizabeth was seen making a quick outfit change as she modeled a beige pencil skirt with a matching high neck shirt tucked into it
At your service: The Alien actress made her way with a very helpful production assistant who held an umbrella to shield her from any unexpected rain
Other actors in the film who have yet to be glimpsed are Homeland's Rupert Friend and Loki star Wunmi Mosaku.
The indie drama is being directed by Carol screenwriter Phyllis Nagy, who said in a a style="font-weight: bold;" class="class" rel="nofollow noreferrer noopener" targe="_blank" website that she felt the film had a 'timely' narrative, given the climate surrounding women's rights.
'Call Jane was made for these times - and I have never felt more passionately that our culture is ready to embrace its call for decency, for community, for good will and humor in all things - and above all, its call for necessary change,' she said.
'I feel like the time is now and the moment essential to bring a film like Call Jane into the world. With such cultural uncertainty and when so many of our rights as women are under siege, I know that telling this important story couldn't be more timely or necessary.'
Women's stories: Nagy said she felt the drama was 'timely' given the climate surrounding women's rights, and the movie (which has no release date at this time) will explore the controversial topic of abortion