Salma Hayek, 52, shot a tense scene on Wednesday as she was seen angrily pointing her finger at co-star Samuel L. Jackson while the cameras rolled. The stunning actress wore a slightly unbuttoned red and black leopard print blouse, with a pair of light rinse blue denim jeans and chunky black boots.
The Mexican actress will reprise her role as Sonia Kincaid the wife of Jackson’s character Darius Kincaid. Jackson was seen in a grey trench coat and a tweed hat, which he was later seen wearing while filming in a market.
Meanwhile, Ryan Reynolds appeared to be laying on the ground beside the Mexican actress. Surrounding the actors was the camera crew who watched on as the scene played out.
Samuel and Salma were later scene at a local market with their crew. While waiting, the Marvel star was seen strolling around and exploring the market.
The first film, directed by Patrick Hughes, focuses on bodyguard Michel Bryce, played by Ryan, who must deliver hitman Darius Kincaid, Samuel, from London to the Hague for trial.
The pair have just 24 hours to get from the U.K. to The Hague, the seat of the government in The Netherlands, and the only thing standing in their way is a villainous Eastern European dictator, played by Gary Oldman.
The film received mixed reviews, with critics praising Reynolds and Jackson’s chemistry but criticising the clichéd plot and execution.
This time Michael is enlisted by Jackson and Hayek’s character’s to join them on a mission along the Amalfi Coast.
Filming will take place in Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria and United Kingdom.