Selena Gomez filmed in a bloody red T-shirt and denim shorts on Thursday on the star-studded New York set of an upcoming Jim Jarmusch zombie movie.
The 25-year-old actress showed her lean legs while walking in furry slippers between scenes in Fleischmanns, about 40 miles outside of New York City.
Selena’s tight tee was soaked with blood on her right rib cage.
Bloody shirt: Selena Gomez wore a bloody red T-shirt on Thursday while filming a new Jim Jarmusch zombie movie in Fleischmanns, New York
Bill Murray, 67, also was spotted on the set as a police officer named Robertson.
The comedy legend had a small bandage across the bridge of his nose.
The Caddyshack star beat the heat between scenes with a tan fisherman’s hat.
Adam Driver, 34, also was seen filming in a police uniform and glasses.
Furry slippers: The 25-year-old wore furry slippers while in between scenes
Red ribs: Selena’s shirt was soaked with blood on the right side
Hand raised: The actress waved to director Jarmusch on set about 40 miles outside of NYC
Chloë Sevigny, 43, appeared to be a member of the same police department as she wore a grey uniform while filming.
Austin Butler, 26, sported a white blood-soaked T-shirt and appeared to have a fresh neck wound.
Jarmusch, 65, was spotted between scenes in an all-black ensemble talking to actors in blood-soaked T-shirts.
Good point: The Spring Breakers star pointed while standing on a porch
Zombie comedy: Selena stars in the zombie comedy along with Bill Murray, Adam Driver and Chloe Sevigny
Gomez was in a light mood while filming in the small village population about 350 following the recent announcement that her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber has become engaged to Hailey Baldwin.
She gladly signed autographs for fans and afterward skipped across the street.
Murray told Philly in a March article that he was going to work this summer on a ‘hilarious’ zombie movie by Jarmusch with a ‘great cast’.
Jarmusch previously worked with Driver in the 2016 drama Paterson about a bus driver-poet in Paterson, New Jersey.
Police officer: Bill was a grey police officer uniform on the set
Summer fun: The actor told Philly that the script by Jarmusch for the zombie film was ‘hilarious’
The Ohio native received widespread critical acclaim for his first major film Stranger Than Paradise in 1984.
The black-and-white deadpan comedy starring John Lurie, Eszter Balint and Richard Edson screened at the Cannes Film Festival and won the Caméra d’Or award for debut films.
Stranger Than Paradise – filmed on a budget of about $100,000 – is considered a landmark work in independent film and was selected in 2002 for preservation in the US National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for its culture, historical and aesthetical significance.
Police force: Adam also was in a police uniform
Glasses on: The Star Wars star wore glasses while filming
On patrol: Chloe Sevigny also was playing a police officer in the movie
The director: Jarmusch was spotted speaking with his actors between scenes