Jude Law and Blake Lively shoot scenes in the Dublin rain for The Rhythm Section... as filming resumes after the actress' hand injury delayed production for six months

Filming ground to a halt in December after Blake Lively suffered a hand injury on set. 

But things are back on track for the actress, 30, and her co-star Jude Law, 45, as they stepped out on set to shoot scenes for their new movie The Rhythm Section.

Despite the poor weather in Dublin on Sunday, the stars put on a brave face as they got ready to film their latest scenes in the rain.

Back to work: Jude Law and Blake Lively put on brave faces in the rain on set for The Rhythm Section on Sunday

Back to work: Jude Law and Blake Lively put on brave faces in the rain on set for The Rhythm Section on Sunday

Blake looked worlds away from her usual glamorous self on set, as she slipped her slim frame into a loose-fitting hoodie and cargo trousers.

Trading her luscious blonde locks for a messy brunette wig, the Gossip Girl star wore light touches of make-up for a more natural look.

Taking on the role of a female spy in the film, it's no wonder that Blake's outfit was designed to draw as little attention as possible to her.

Unrecognisable: Blake looked worlds away from her usual glamorous self on set, as she slipped her slim frame into a loose-fitting hoodie and cargo trousers

Unrecognisable: Blake looked worlds away from her usual glamorous self on set, as she slipped her slim frame into a loose-fitting hoodie and cargo trousers

Excited to get started: Jude waited patiently to start filming despite the rain

Excited to get started: Jude waited patiently to start filming despite the rain

Blending in: Taking on the role of a female spy in the film, it's no wonder that Blake's outfit on set was designed to draw as little attention as possible to her

Blending in: Taking on the role of a female spy in the film, it's no wonder that Blake's outfit on set was designed to draw as little attention as possible to her

It's the first time Blake has been seen back on the set of the espionage thriller since production halted in January following her injury in December, which happened during stunt work on set.

But Blake didn't let her past injury perturb her from fully immersing herself into her role, as she adopted a steely gaze when cameras began to roll. 

Jude seemed to be just as interested in his character, as he could be seen avidly discussing the day's shooting with the film's director Reed Morano.

Little details: Jude seemed to be just as interested in his character, as he could be seen avidly discussing the day's shooting with the film's director Reed Morano

Little details: Jude seemed to be just as interested in his character, as he could be seen avidly discussing the day's shooting with the film's director Reed Morano

Into it: Blake didn't let her past injury perturb her from fully immersing herself into her role, as she adopted a steely gaze when cameras began to roll

Into it: Blake didn't let her past injury perturb her from fully immersing herself into her role, as she adopted a steely gaze when cameras began to roll

Famous crew: The Rhythm Section is being produced by the team behind James Bond, as renowned film producer Barbara Broccoli has stepped on board for the project

Famous crew: The Rhythm Section is being produced by the team behind James Bond, as renowned film producer Barbara Broccoli has stepped on board for the project

The Rhythm Section is being produced by the team behind James Bond, as renowned film producer Barbara Broccoli has joined the project.

Broccoli's partner in production for Skyfall and Spectre, among others, Michael G. Wilson, is also on board, revealing they have a 'strong vision' for how they want the story to progress.

A statement read: 'It is exciting for us to be working with the immensely talented team of director Reed Morano and actress Blake Lively, who have a strong vision for this very compelling story driven by a female protagonist.'

Described as a 'female-driven international espionage thriller', The Rhythm Section is an adaptation of British writer Mark Burnell's novel of the same name.  

Back on track: It's the first time Blake has been seen back on the set of the espionage thriller since production halted in January following her injury in December

Back on track: It's the first time Blake has been seen back on the set of the espionage thriller since production halted in January following her injury in December

Hero or villain? Jude plays an as-yet-untitled role in the film, so it's not clear whether he and Blake will go up against each other in the epic thriller
Dapper: The star looked ruggedly handsome as he sported a salt-and-pepper beard

Hero or villain? Jude plays an as-yet-untitled role in the film, so it's not clear whether he and Blake will go up against each other in the epic thriller

Dramatic: The story centres around grieving heroine Stephanie Patrick whose family dies in a tragic plane crash, who discovers the crash was no accident

Dramatic: The story centres around grieving heroine Stephanie Patrick whose family dies in a tragic plane crash, who discovers the crash was no accident

The story centres around grieving heroine Stephanie Patrick whose family dies in a tragic plane crash. 

But after the distraught protagonist discovers the crash was no accident, Stephanie embarks on a mission to avenge her family's death.

Fuelled by revenge, she becomes a deadly assassin and tracks down the group responsible for killing her relatives.

Jude plays an as-yet-untitled role in the film, so it's not clear whether he and Blake will go up against each other in the epic thriller. 

Intense role: Fuelled by revenge, she becomes a deadly assassin and tracks down the group responsible for killing her relatives

Intense role: Fuelled by revenge, she becomes a deadly assassin and tracks down the group responsible for killing her relatives

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Jude Law and Blake Lively put on brave faces in the rain on set for The Rhythm Section

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