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Jodie Comer jokes with co-stars as she cradles a baby on set of The End We Start From

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Jodie Comer was back on set for her latest movie The End We Start From on Tuesday.

After shooting scenes in central London on Sunday, the production moved to the Oxfordshire countryside where Jodie and her co-star Katherine Waterston were seen shooting in a woodland.

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Lead star Jodie was spotted cradling a baby for her scenes, with her young co-star a constant presence on set in recent weeks. 

Working hard: Jodie Comer was back on set for her latest movie The End We Start From on Tuesday, shooting scenes in rural Oxfordshire

Working hard: Jodie Comer was back on set for her latest movie The End We Start From on Tuesday, shooting scenes in rural Oxfordshire

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The actress, 29, plays a new mother caught up in the midst of devastating floods that swallow up the city of London, tearing her young family apart.

For Tuesday’s shoot Jodie was back in her character’s disheveled costume of turned up jeans, brown boots and a grey cardigan and grubby white shirt.

She kept the baby close to her, carrying the tot in a sling as she joked around with crew members and her co-stars between takes.

Moving from the city: After shooting scenes in central London on Sunday, the production moved to the Oxfordshire countryside where Jodie was seen shooting in a woodland

Moving from the city: After shooting scenes in central London on Sunday, the production moved to the Oxfordshire countryside where Jodie was seen shooting in a woodland

Jodie was seen sharing a hug and practicing scenes with Katherine, who was dressed in bright yellow adidas trousers.

Katherine also took her turn holding the baby, while military vehicles were also spotted parked up on set. 

The official synopsis for the film reads: ‘When an environmental crisis sees London submerged by flood waters, a young family is torn apart in the chaos.’

Playing a mum: Lead star Jodie was spotted cradling a baby for her scenes, with her young co-star a constant presence on set in recent weeks

The talented actress plays a new mother in the new big screen thriller

Playing a mum: Lead star Jodie was spotted cradling a baby for her scenes, with her young co-star a constant presence on set in recent weeks

Doting: The actress, 29, who plays a new mother caught up in the midst of devastating floods that swallow up the city of London, tearing her young family apart

Doting: The actress, 29, who plays a new mother caught up in the midst of devastating floods that swallow up the city of London, tearing her young family apart

Getting into her role: Jodie was seen adjusting her baby sling in between takes

Getting into her role: Jodie was seen adjusting her baby sling in between takes

Helping hand: The star was aided by a member pf wardrobe as she got to grips with the sling

Helping hand: The star was aided by a member pf wardrobe as she got to grips with the sling

‘As a woman and her new-born try to find their way home, the profound novelty of motherhood is brought into sharp focus in this dystopian portrayal of family survival and hope.’

Speaking of her new role, Jodie said: ‘My character is ordinary and extraordinary, both her very personal life and the world around her have been turned upside down and she is dealing with the unknown at every turn.

‘Her story is about the quiet heroics of determination, devotion, bravery and love.’

Co-star: Jodie was joined for the day's shoot by her co-star Katherine Waterston, who was dressed in bright yellow trousers

Co-star: Jodie was joined for the day’s shoot by her co-star Katherine Waterston, who was dressed in bright yellow trousers

Moves: The actors were seen practicing what looked like a fight move in between takes

Moves: The actors were seen practicing what looked like a fight move in between takes

Still pals: The two shared an embrace at one point. Not much is known about Katherine's character in the movie, other than her name is O

Still pals: The two shared an embrace at one point. Not much is known about Katherine’s character in the movie, other than her name is O

Fun: Jodie shared a laugh with Katherine as they joked around while the scene was set

Fun: Jodie shared a laugh with Katherine as they joked around while the scene was set

Huge production: A member of hair and makeup made sure Jodie was looking in character

Huge production: A member of hair and makeup made sure Jodie was looking in character 

Low key: For Tuesday's shoot Jodie was back in her character's disheveled costume of turned up jeans, brown boots and a grey cardigan and grubby white shirt

Low key: For Tuesday’s shoot Jodie was back in her character’s disheveled costume of turned up jeans, brown boots and a grey cardigan and grubby white shirt

Director Mahalia Belo added: ‘The End We Start From is a unique and original take on a survival film. One that feels in tune with the climate crisis we are experiencing now.

‘It delivers an honest look at the nature of a hero, someone forced to be brave who sometimes can’t be.

‘It is incredible to be working with such an extraordinary cast, bringing this human, primal, and ultimately hopeful story to life.’

Dystopian: Various military vehicles were parked up around set on Tuesday

Dystopian: Various military vehicles were parked up around set on Tuesday

Bleak premise: The official synopsis for the film reads: 'When an environmental crisis sees London submerged by flood waters, a young family is torn apart in the chaos'

Bleak premise: The official synopsis for the film reads: ‘When an environmental crisis sees London submerged by flood waters, a young family is torn apart in the chaos’

Floods: 'As a woman and her new-born try to find their way home, the profound novelty of motherhood is brought into sharp focus in this dystopian portrayal of family survival'

Floods: ‘As a woman and her new-born try to find their way home, the profound novelty of motherhood is brought into sharp focus in this dystopian portrayal of family survival’

Danger ahead: Speaking of her role, Jodie said: 'My character is ordinary and extraordinary, both her very personal life and the world around her have been turned upside down'

Danger ahead: Speaking of her role, Jodie said: ‘My character is ordinary and extraordinary, both her very personal life and the world around her have been turned upside down’

Hero: Jodie added: 'Her story is about the quiet heroics of determination, devotion, bravery and love'

Hero: Jodie added: ‘Her story is about the quiet heroics of determination, devotion, bravery and love’

Message: 'Director Mahalia Belo added: 'The End We Start From is a unique and original take on a survival film. One that feels in tune with the climate crisis we are experiencing now'

Message: ‘Director Mahalia Belo added: ‘The End We Start From is a unique and original take on a survival film. One that feels in tune with the climate crisis we are experiencing now’

Joining Jodie and Katherine in the film are Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Strong and Gina McKee.

The film, which started principal photography recently, is based on the novel of the same name by Megan Hunter. 

The End We Start From is being developed by Benedict Cumberbatch’s SunnyMarch, Hera Pictures, Anton and BBC Film. Cumberbatch and Comer are also teaming up to executive produce the project. 

All star cast: Joining Jodie and Katherine in the film are Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Strong and Gina McKee

All star cast: Joining Jodie and Katherine in the film are Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Strong and Gina McKee

Helping out: Katherine was also seen holding the baby during some scenes

Helping out: Katherine was also seen holding the baby during some scenes 

Acclaimed book: The film, which started principal photography recently, is based on the novel of the same name by Megan Hunter

Acclaimed book: The film, which started principal photography recently, is based on the novel of the same name by Megan Hunter

The cast and crew were left concerned recently after they learned someone on set had tested positive for Covid-19.

A source told MailOnline: ‘Everything had been going well and they were setting up for the second scene, but then we suddenly saw Jodie being driven off in a car.

‘The director gathered all the crew and told them someone on the cast or crew had tested positive for Covid and that filming would have to stop.

‘Everyone is obviously worried about the baby who was on set.’

Back on track: The cast and crew were left concerned recently after they learned someone on set had tested positive for Covid-19

Back on track: The cast and crew were left concerned recently after they learned someone on set had tested positive for Covid-19

Brief pause: A source told MailOnline: 'Everything had been going well and they were setting up for the second scene, but then we suddenly saw Jodie being driven off in a car'

Brief pause: A source told MailOnline: ‘Everything had been going well and they were setting up for the second scene, but then we suddenly saw Jodie being driven off in a car’

Talent: The End We Start From is being developed by Benedict Cumberbatch’s SunnyMarch, Hera Pictures, Anton and BBC Film

Talent: The End We Start From is being developed by Benedict Cumberbatch’s SunnyMarch, Hera Pictures, Anton and BBC Film

Working hard: Cumberbatch and Comer are also teaming up to executive produce the project

Working hard: Cumberbatch and Comer are also teaming up to executive produce the project

Jodie meanwhile recently denied claims she is in the frame to star in a TV drama about the Wagatha Christie trial.

It had been reported that Jodie was seen as the perfect star to play Coleen Rooney while The Crown star Emerald Fennell, 36, would appear as Rebekah Vardy.

Coleen, 36, reigned victorious as the long-awaited verdict in the sensational £3million Wagatha trial was announced on Friday, with the WAG winning her libel battle against Rebekah, 40.

The creators of court drama A Very British Scandal have been named as the possible production company while script writer Sarah Phelps, who has written The Witness for the Prosecution, could be on board.

Rumours: Jodie meanwhile recently denied claims she is in the frame to star in a TV drama about the Wagatha Christie trial

Rumours: Jodie meanwhile recently denied claims she is in the frame to star in a TV drama about the Wagatha Christie trial

Sought after star: It had been reported that Jodie was seen as the perfect star to play Coleen Rooney while The Crown star Emerald Fennell, 36, would appear as Rebekah Vardy

Sought after star: It had been reported that Jodie was seen as the perfect star to play Coleen Rooney while The Crown star Emerald Fennell, 36, would appear as Rebekah Vardy

Sweet: Jodie kept a watchful eye over her young co-star during Tuesday's filming

Sweet: Jodie kept a watchful eye over her young co-star during Tuesday’s filming

Good spirits: The star looked on great form despite her no doubt exhausting shoot schedule

Good spirits: The star looked on great form despite her no doubt exhausting shoot schedule

Discussion: The actress was seen deep in conversation with Katherine in the wooded area

Discussion: The actress was seen deep in conversation with Katherine in the wooded area

Active role: Jodie, who also serves as an executive producer, discussed a scene with crew

Active role: Jodie, who also serves as an executive producer, discussed a scene with crew

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