NEW pictures have revealed George Clooney's new film in action at Cotswold Water Park. 

On Wednesday morning, a local resident saw one of the scenes being captured, featuring a crowd of extras together, all dressed up for the occasion and plenty going on, on set.

A large production unit on location at the lakes has been photographed at Cleveland Lakes in Ashton Keynes in recent months, and Universal Studios vehicles seen at the site but there's been no sign main man himself anywhere in the county just yet.
He must be taking a low-key approach to producing his latest blockbuster, if he is hiding somewhere in Wiltshire right now. 

The Hollywood star is currently directing the upcoming American drama film, Boys in the Boat, based on the non-fiction novel which will also star Callum Turner, among many others.

It was announced in March 2020 that George Clooney would direct and produce the film alongside Grant Heslov, with Mark L. Smith writing the script.

Clooney and Grant Heslov are producing for Smoke House, with Spyglass executive producing.

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One of the team's main rowers was a British boatbuilder in the story and Clooney was angling for the picture to be shot on the water near his mansion in Berkshire back in December 2021.

He told Baz Bamigboye's Daily Mail newspaper column: "There's an argument that some of the sporting scenes could be filmed over here but there's a lot to discuss before we reach that point."

He added: "The river's there. Easy. If we can't film there, the crew can practice. I wouldn't have to leave the house."

But it appears that Wiltshire hs become a popular spot for the crew to be based in, with the first sightings of the production taking place back in April.

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The Boys in the Boat tells the story of nine Americans and their epic quest for gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, in a triumphant underdog story about the University of Washington men's rowing team, who astonished the world by winning gold.

The cast also includes Chris Diamantopoulos as Royal Brougham, a sports journalist along with Joel Edgerton, Callum Turner, Jack Mulhern, Sam Strike, Luke Slattery, Thomas Elms, Tom Varey, Bruce Herbelin-Earle, Wil Coban, James Wolk, Hadley Robinson and Courtney Henggeler in the Mark L. Smith-adapted feature.