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  M.   June 23, 2015

They’ve been filming the zombie apocalypse film She Who Brings Gifts for the best part of the month.

So it was no surprise Gemma Arterton and her Hollywood co-star Glenn Close were granted some downtime on the Stoke-On-Trent set on Tuesday.

Dressed in unflattering khaki cargo pants, a dreary checked shirt and chunky knit jumper, 29-year-old Gemma looked relaxed and carefree as enjoyed a coffee during a rest from filming.

And even with her neck and hands bruised and bloodied, the bare-faced Brit looked naturally beautiful as she chatted with the rest of the cast and crew.

She accesorised her ready-for-action ensemble with heavy duty boots and a machine gun, which was casually slung over her shoulder.

Elsewhere on the Staffordshire-based set, Glenn, 68, posed for a selfie with an extra as she enjoyed a moment of downtime.

Kitted out in similar combat gear to Gemma, the six-time Oscar nominee then posed for a group shot with the brunette Bond girl and their co-star Paddy Considine.

This time around Glenn looked slightly more animated as she wrapped her arms around her fellow zombie-killing comrades.

Ordinary Lies star Fisayo Akinade was also ready for action in camouflage and could be seen chatting with a young boy wearing a protective mask as they meandered their way through the derelict buildings, overgrown greenery and abandoned cars towards the rest of the cast.

The set was crawling with extras who had all been zombified my the make-up and costume department.

They each sported a heap of make-up, wayward hair and dirty clothes as they walked about in their pack.

The thriller, adapted from M.R. Carey’s best-selling novel The Girl With All The Gifts, is set in a dystopian future in which most of humanity is wiped out by a fungal infection.

The infected, who are referred to as ‘hungries’, lose their mental powers and feed on the flesh of healthy humans.

Directed by Colm McCarthy, the film focuses on a girl called Melanie who is kept in a cell and is full of questions about the world.

Paris-born producer Camille Gatin recently revealed that the film was an indy production set for a worldwide release next year.

‘Paddy has earned a lot of kudos for not having sold out during his career – but he’s carrying a gun in this film and loving every minute,’ she told the Birmingham Mail.

‘Gemma is so lovely and sweet and I’ve been walking and hiking with Glenn.

‘Glenn is a very class act, a real team player with no diva attitude,’ she added.