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Jodie Comer dances with her co-stars and crew during her final day of filming onThe Last Duel


She’s already admitted to being ‘beyond sad’ that production is over.

But Jodie Comer still had a smile on her face as she danced around with the crew on her final day of filming for The Last Duel in Bray, Ireland on Thursday.

The actress, 27, larked about with her co-stars on the set of the blockbuster thriller, which also stars Matt Damon and Adam Driver.

Jovial: Jodie Comer, 27, was in high spirits as she completed her final day of filming for The Last Duel in Bray, Ireland on Thursday

Jovial: Jodie Comer, 27, was in high spirits as she completed her final day of filming for The Last Duel in Bray, Ireland on Thursday

Jodie cut a casual figure as she headed onto the set at Ardmore Studios in Bray, before showing off her dance moves with the crew.

The Killing Eve star seemed to be having a whale of a time as she recorded her final scenes for the big-budget blockbuster.

Adapted from Eric Jager’s book of the same name, The Last Duel follows the true story of Jean de Carrouges (Damon), a 14th century knight who embarks on a fight to the death with former friend Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver) after accusing him of raping his wife.

Laid-back: The actress larked about with her co-stars on the set of the blockbuster thriller, which also stars Matt Damon and Adam Driver

Laid-back: The actress larked about with her co-stars on the set of the blockbuster thriller, which also stars Matt Damon and Adam Driver

Fun: Jodie cut a casual figure as she headed onto the set at Ardmore Studios in Bray, before showing off her dance moves with the crew

Fun: Jodie cut a casual figure as she headed onto the set at Ardmore Studios in Bray, before showing off her dance moves with the crew

Jovial: The Killing Eve star seemed to be having a whale of a time as she recorded her final scenes for the big-budget blockbuster

Jovial: The Killing Eve star seemed to be having a whale of a time as she recorded her final scenes for the big-budget blockbuster

Fun: She danced around with one of the film's crew as they headed onto the set

Fun: She danced around with one of the film’s crew as they headed onto the set

On Wednesday Jodie took to Instagram to reveal she’s ‘beyond sad’ to be leaving The Last Duel team as she wrapped filming. 

The actress shared a series of snaps from behind the scenes of the production on Wednesday.

Jodie looked in good spirits as she posed for photos alongside her makeup artist and other members of the crew.

Low-key: Caoimhe O'Malley was also spotted on-set chatting to one of the film's crew, as filming continued after being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic

Low-key: Caoimhe O’Malley was also spotted on-set chatting to one of the film’s crew, as filming continued after being delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic

Pals: The Irish actress puffed on a cigarette in a break between scenes

Friends: She embraced the crew during Jodie's final day of filming

Pals: The Irish actress puffed on a cigarette as she embraced the crew during Jodie’s final day of filming

Back to work: In accordance with COVID-19 guidelines, the film's crew and cast donned protective face mask between scenes

Back to work: In accordance with COVID-19 guidelines, the film’s crew and cast donned protective face mask between scenes

Epic: Adapted from Eric Jager's book, The Last Duel follows the true story of Jean de Carrouges a 14th century knight who embarks on a fight to the death with former friend

Epic: Adapted from Eric Jager’s book, The Last Duel follows the true story of Jean de Carrouges a 14th century knight who embarks on a fight to the death with former friend

In one snap, Jodie pulled a face at the camera as she sat in front of a large plate of food in a kitchen area where she was dressed in a dark grey T-shirt and matching tracksuit bottoms.

Alongside the post, she wrote: ‘Such mixed emotions…. Ecstatic to have finished this movie given the circumstances, yet beyond sad to say goodbye to the most wonderful people.

‘Many of them not pictured here but these 3 were trouble, the best kind! Thank you so much to the entire cast and crew. THE LAST DUEL ❤️’.  

Playful: As they headed onto the set, the cast could be seen messing around between takes

Playful: As they headed onto the set, the cast could be seen messing around between takes

Jodie plays Marguerite de Carrouges, the woman at the centre of the fight in the Ridley Scott-directed epic.

The Last Duel marks the first return of Damon’s writing partnership with Ben Affleck since their award-winning script for Good Will Hunting.

Matt co-wrote the screenplay alongside Nicole Holofcener and his longstanding writing partner Ben, the latter is also starring in the film, although he wasn’t seen on set.

That's a wrap: On Wednesday, Jodie said she is 'beyond sad' to be leaving the The Last Duel's cast and crew as she has wrapped filming

That’s a wrap: On Wednesday, Jodie said she is ‘beyond sad’ to be leaving the The Last Duel’s cast and crew as she has wrapped filming

Farewell: She looked in good spirits as she posed for photos alongside her makeup artist and other members of the crew

Farewell: She looked in good spirits as she posed for photos alongside her makeup artist and other members of the crew

Originally, Matt and Ben were set to play the two leading roles in the film, but they ran into scheduling conflicts because of Ben’s film Deep Water, so he is now set to play King Charles VI, while Adam Driver was cast to take over the role of Le Gris.

Filming began on the movie in February in France but the set was shut down in March due to the pandemic and travel restrictions in Europe.

Matt was at the film’s next location in Ireland when lockdown began and amid the travel ban ended up isolating in the seaside resort of Dalkey, an affluent suburb of Dublin with his wife and four children for a few weeks.

The Last Duel had a scheduled released date of December 2020 but it has now been pushed back to October 15, 2021.

She wrote: 'Such mixed emotions.... Ecstatic to have finished this movie given the circumstances, yet beyond sad to say goodbye to the most wonderful people'

She wrote: ‘Such mixed emotions…. Ecstatic to have finished this movie given the circumstances, yet beyond sad to say goodbye to the most wonderful people’

On hold: The Last Duel had a scheduled released date of December 2020 but it has now been pushed back to October 15, 2021

On hold: The Last Duel had a scheduled released date of December 2020 but it has now been pushed back to October 15, 2021 

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