Kate Beckinsale on the Set of “The Only Living Boy in New York”

Posted on October 11, 2016

Kate Beckinsale is spotted on the set of Amazon’s drama “The Only Living Boy in New York” in Manhattan’s Washington Square Park in New York City.

 

We didn’t know a thing about this film – aside from the Simon & Garfunkel origins of its title – when we chose these shots. We just wanted to put them up because girlfriend looks pretty fabulous:

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It’s a cute look.

Looking at it as a costume, we have to admit that we blurted out “She’s no mom” when we saw her. As we said, we knew nothing about the movie, but from a costume design perspective, stiletto heels are generally reserved for sirens, bitches and generally sexy characters.

Sure enough:

Kate Beckinsale has closed a deal to join the cast of The Only Living Boy in New York, the drama Marc Webb is directing for Amazon Studios.

The feature is casting up ahead of its early October start and already sees Callum Turner, Kiersey Clemons and Jeff Bridges on the call sheet.

Written by Allan Loeb, Only Living Boy centers on a recent college graduate (Turner) who begins a relationship with his father’s mistress after finding out about their affair.

Beckinsale will play the mistress, who finds the son charming and has no intention of leaving the family’s life.

So it’s like a twisted, Millennial version of The Graduate, which explains the slightly too meta S&G title, we suppose.

 

[Photo Credit: RAM/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES]

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