PUBLISHED: 13:45 EST, 3 June 2015 | UPDATED: 18:28 EST, 3 June 2015
They're two of the country's finest actors and he's an acclaimed Brit filmmaker and now Rachel Weisz and Colin Firth are teaming up with The Theory of Everything director James Marsh.
The talented trio have been spotted shooting scenes for their new film in Devon this week.
Marsh is directing Rachel and Colin in the as yet untitled Donald Crowhurst big screen biopic, which follows the true story of Crowhurst's attempt to circumnavigate the globe in the 1960s.
The production has set up camp on the Devon coast for the first few weeks of filming, with Rachel and Colin, who play Crowhurst and his wife Clare, spotted in costume on the beach on Wednesday.
45-year-old Rachel was cast after initial discussions with Kate Winslet fell through, and the actress looked to be getting stuck into her role as the cameras rolled today.
The stunning star was in period costume, wearing a chic trench coat teamed with a green print headscarf and retro round shades for her scenes.
Leading man Colin, 54, meanwhile was dressed for the adventure in bright yellow waders, worn over a smart shirt and tie.
Marsh's movie follows the epic tale of Crowhurst who gave up his life with Clare and their four children to put everything, including all their finances, into the first Golden Globe yacht race.
The film also has a stellar support cast including David Thewlis as Crowhurst's press agent and Broadchurch star Jonathan Bailey, who is starting to make a name for himself on the big screen following last year's Testament of Youth.
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