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Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum shoot scenes for their 1960s Space Race film Project Artemis

Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum wear 1960s wardrobes on a sunset pier as they shoot scenes for their space race film Project Artemis

Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum were spotted shooting scenes for their upcoming Space Race film on Thursday. 

The Black Widow star, 38, and the Magic Mike heartthrob, 42, both donned 1960s wardrobes as they the worked on a sunset pier in Tybee Island, Georgia.

The A-list actors were a striking pair as they fully inhabited their characters, making this the latest glimpse of their prestige project.

Prestige project: Scarlett Johansson, 38, and Channing Tatum, 42, were spotted shooting scenes for their upcoming Space Race film on Thursday

Secretive film set: Details about the prestige project are few and far between, but the central story is rumored to be set during the space race of the 1960s. The stars were joined by their body doubles at one point during filming

Secretive film set: Details about the prestige project are few and far between, but the central story is rumored to be set during the space race of the 1960s. The stars were joined by their body doubles at one point during filming

Dressed in solid blue T-shirt, Tatum looked like a classic leading man as he filmed with Johansson. 

The Lost City star was dapper in dark brown slacks and a short clean-cut hairstyle. 

His character’s sole accessory appeared to be a watch that captured the sunlight. 

Sporting a strawberry blonde wig of voluminous curls, Scarlett exuded the qualities of a siren as she focused her gaze on Channing.

The Oscar-nominated actress wore a sleeveless chartreuse dress that had a pronounced collar and plunging neckline. 

Johansson’s figure-hugging wardrobe was accentuated by a black scarf accessory tied around her chest and she rocked bright red lips for the scene. 

A striking pair: Dressed in solid blue T-shirt, Tatum looked like a classic leading man as he filmed with Johansson, who exuded the qualities of a siren in her sleeveless chartreuse dress

A striking pair: Dressed in solid blue T-shirt, Tatum looked like a classic leading man as he filmed with Johansson, who exuded the qualities of a siren in her sleeveless chartreuse dress

Details about the secretive production are few and far between, but the central story is rumored to be set during the space race of the 1960s.

Apple TV+ shelled out more than $100 million earlier this year to acquire the film, which was written by Rose Gilroy, the daughter of writer-filmmaker Dan Gilroy and the actress Rene Russo.

The production has endured a wave of recastings and director changes, starting with Jason Bateman’s departure six months ago. 

The Arrested Development star was originally slated to direct, but he bowed out of the endeavor due to creative differences. 

Deadline reported that the decision between Bateman and the film’s production company These Pictures was reached amicably, and that the entities could join forces again if the right project were to arise. 

Busy 2023:  After wrapping Project Artemis, Johansson will soon make her first major foray into television with a new TV adaptation of the 1992 John Katzenbach novel Just Cause

Busy 2023: After wrapping Project Artemis, Tatum is attached to star in the upcoming spy-thriller Red Shirt with Bullet Train director David Leitch

Busy 2023: Johansson and Tatum are both set to have a busy 2023. According to Deadline, Tatum is attached to star in the upcoming spy-thriller Red Shirt and Johansson will soon make her first major foray into television with a new TV adaptation of the 1992 John Katzenbach novel Just Cause

Hollywood power player Greg Berlanti – the creative force behind numerous TV hits such as Dawson’s Creek and Riverdale – was brought in to replace Bateman. 

Chris Evans was initially set to star opposite Scarlett, but was replaced by Tatum in July due to a scheduling conflict.

As Project Artemis finally gets underway, Johansson and Tatum are readying themselves for a busy 2023. 

According to Deadline, Tatum is attached to star in the upcoming spy-thriller Red Shirt with Bullet Train director David Leitch.  

And Johansson will soon make her first major foray into television with a new TV adaptation of the 1992 John Katzenbach novel Just Cause. 

Amazon gave the project a straight-to-series order, which will see Johansson pull double duty as both star and executive producer. 

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