January 27, 2012 04:08:15 GMT
Joined by co-star Peter Sarsgaard, Amanda and Juno are seen donning vintage outfits that they pair with knee-high boots while filming a scene at the Redondo beach, Los Angeles.
Amanda Seyfried and Juno Temple have been caught on camera showing off their toned legs in vintage hot pants on the set of "Lovelace". The two young actresses were filming a scene at the Redondo beach, Los Angeles on Wednesday, January 25.
Amanda was photographed donning a thick jacket that she paired with knee-high patched boots. At one point, she was seen laughing while walking alongside Juno, who put on similar clothing and purple boots. The two were spotted stepping out of what looks like a bar, where there were some extras seen dressing in vintage ensembles.
Joining Amanda and Juno on the set was Peter Sarsgaard, who was snapped smoking a cigarette while standing beside a blue convertible vintage car. The husband of Maggie Gyllenhaal was also caught on camera having some chit chats with his two female co-stars in between breaks.
In the anticipated Linda Lovelace biopic, Amanda tackles the part of the titular character while Juno plays her best friend. Peter, meanwhile, portrays her abusive husband Chuck Traynor. Linda was only a schoolgirl in Florida before she married Chuck, who forced her to star in 1972's hardcore porn "Deep Throat".
The production of "Lovelace" has begun since December 2011 in Los Angeles. Joining Amanda, Juno and Peter in the cast ensemble are Hank Azaria as "Deep Throat" director, Adam Brody as Linda's co-star in the porn film, Sharon Stone and Robert Patrick as her parents, and Wes Bentley as her second husband.
Bobby Cannavale, Chris Noth and Eric Roberts are additionally tackling the supporting roles, while Chloe Sevigny and James Franco are set to make cameo as investigation journalist Rebecca and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner respectively.
Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman direct the biopic, which is based on Eric Danville's "The Complete Linda Lovelace", a biography published in 2001. Serving as the screenwriters for the film are Merritt Johnson and Andy Bellin.