Ryan Gosling glows in the dark in a fluoro yellow suit as he jumps rope while filming The Fall Guy in Sydney
Ryan Gosling stood out like a fluorescent thumb on Wednesday night as he filmed scenes for his upcoming movie The Fall Guy in Sydney’s CBD.
The Hollywood actor, 41, wore a bright yellow rain coat plus matching pants and beanie while shooting external scenes.
The La La Land star was seen keeping warm between takes by jumping rope.
Ryan Gosling stood out like a fluorescent thumb on Wednesday night as he filmed scenes for his upcoming movie The Fall Guy in Sydney’s CBD
He was later seen striding purposefully around the Wynyard Park location with his hands behind his back.
Ryan sported a bloody wound on his left cheek during the scene.
It comes after the Blade Runner star was spotted filming scenes involving Sydney’s light rail on Saturday.
George Street was closed from 5.30pm, with crew filming throughout the night.
The La La Land star, 41, was seen keeping warm between takes by jumping rope
During the scene, he was seen running towards a moving tram before angrily slamming the doors after missing it.
Ryan is making a silver-screen reboot of the hit TV show The Fall Guy.
The action-comedy series, starring Lee Majors, premiered in 1981.
He wore a bright yellow rain coat plus matching pants and beanie while shooting scenes
The cast also included Heather Thomas and Markie Post and centred on a stuntman who led a double life as a bounty hunter.
The Fall Guy ran for a total of five seasons, the last of which concluded in 1986.
Development on the film adaptation initially began in 2010, and Martin Campbell was eyed as its director.
The project was later shopped around, and it was announced three years later that McG would direct the feature.
Ryan (pictured with partner Eva Mendes in 2012) is in Australia filming a silver-screen reboot of the ’80s TV hit The Fall Guy