'Antlers' Star Keri Russell Brightens Up A Gloomy NYC In A Yellow Top & Matching Skirt — Photos
On October 25, Keri Russell provided some much needed sunshine in the Big Apple as she made her way to the Good Morning America studio in a marigold yellow two-piece.
The actress stopped by the talk show to chat about her new horror flick Antlers. She didn't have a long commute to the Manhattan set as she lives in nearby Brooklyn.
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The Americans star stepped out in a velvet floral patterned mock neck top and matching skirt. The fashion choice is perfect for the star to wear while promoting her new film, as Footwear News revealed the ensemble is from Kwaidan Editions, a brand that's named after the Japanese horror flick Kwaidan, which translates to "strange stories."
The brushed wool knee-length skirt, which has a satin trim, hints at its horror ties with a black-and-white patch near the trim that features a pair of mysterious eyes.
The mom-of-three added a dark clutch purse, gold earrings and a black pair of pointed toe-heels to complete the look.
Russell's movie, which is produced by Guillermo del Toro, is out on October 29, just in time for Halloween!
The flick follows "a small-town Oregon teacher (Russell) and her brother (Fargo's Jesse Plemons), the local sheriff, discover that a young student (Jeremy T. Thomas) is harboring a dangerous secret with frightening consequences."
The Felicity star admitted that she isn't actually a fan of horror movies herself.
"I do not like to be scared, at all, which is helpful when you're doing a scary movie because you're always scared," she quipped on GMA. "[Filming is] always at night, shaking, heavy breathing ... it is legitimately scary."
However, the flick's talented crew drew the Emmy winner in, and she happily took on the role.
"Scott Cooper directed it and I love his films. He has a really nice sensibility, and the combination of him and Guillermo del Toro, who is just incredible at what he does, and the whole universe he creates ... his whole team created 'the monster' of this movie. I just thought 'Why not?'" she shared. "It's kind of like the best of the best."