Zoe Kravitz was spotted on the set of her upcoming film KIMI in Los Angeles with very short purple-blue locks and a face mask.
On April 29, Zoe Kravitz, 32, made headlines when she arrived on set of the upcoming HBO Max thriller KIMI with purple hair! As she walked around Los Angeles, the actress’s locks, which were also cut into a bowl shape, had a bluish tint to them. She also wore a zip-up orange hoodie over a white jacket, white sweatpants, and tan boots, as well as a long gray coat, white sweatpants, and tan boots.During the filming of the movie, Zoe was seen wearing a face shield to protect herself and others, as well as carrying papers and her phone. Her new look was very different for her, as she usually wears dark hair, and it would most definitely help her play the character in the Steven Soderbergh-directed film to the best of her abilities.
The widely awaited film “follows an agoraphobic tech worker who finds recorded evidence of a violent crime during a routine data stream analysis and attempts to report it up the company’s chain of command.” She encounters opposition and bureaucracy, and discovers that in order to participate, she will have to do the very thing she fears: leave her apartment.”
Zoe’s new KIMI hairstyle is identical to the look that fellow actress Halle Berry, 54, debuted at the Academy Awards in 2021. Although her hair was black, the bowl cut was nearly similar, showing that the hairstyle is still common among celebrities. On April 30, Halle admitted the cut was a ruse by posting a picture of herself with her normal long wavy locks.
Before she was making headlines for filing for divorce from her husband Karl Glusman in December after just 18 months of marriage, Zoe was making headlines for filing for divorce from her husband Karl Glusman. The former couple married in June 2019 at her father Lenny Kravitz’s home in Paris, with a star-studded guest list. Zoe took to Instagram shortly after the filing to share a serious selfie in celebration of New Year’s Eve with the caption “bye 2020.” “You f*ckin strangeo.”