Jessica Chastain is seeing double on set of all-female spy thriller 355

Jessica Chastain and Marvel star Sebastian Stan

Jessica was seen with her on-set double in Paris (Picture: Rex/Backgrid)

Jessica Chastain and Sebastian Stan have been pictured filming their new movie 355, an all-female spy thriller.

Jessica was seen with her on-set double in Paris where the film is currently shooting with Jessicas X-Men: Dark Phoenix director Simon Kinberg behind the camera.

The movie will also star Fan Bingbing, Penelope Cruz, Lupita Nyongo and Marion Cotillard; it launched at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival where Jessica revealed she wanted to start a Bourne-like franchise about top-secret female spies from around the world coming together.

Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain filming with her stunt double (Picture: Backgrid)

Jessica Chastain

The girls get some direction (Picture: Backgrid)

Taking to Instagram at the beginning of the shoot, she shared with fans that everyone will own the movie.

When Simon and I were making X-Men, I had this idea of doing an all-female ensemble action film, Chastain explained in the video.



And so we called all the actresses and we are the studio. Everyone owns the film. And now were making it. Its insane that were actually making it now.

Jessica Chastain and Marvel star Sebastian Stan

Marvel star Sebastian Stan will be one of the supporting actors (Picture: Backgrid)

Jessica Chastain and Marvel star Sebastian Stan

The pair will play lovers (Picture: Backgrid)

The movie will be Bingbings big screen return following her tax evasion drama last year.

The Chinese actress left fans concerned she was missing, after she disappeared in June for several months before returning to Beijing in October last year.

Reports revealed Fan had been held in a secret detention centre while there was an investigation into her finances.

She was accused of dodging taxes by signing secret yin and yang contracts – which are side-by-side public and private agreements – in a bid to hide her real earnings.

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She previously denied any wrongdoing but later issued a public apology on her return to Beijing in October 2018.

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