Maggie Gyllenhaal got back again to work on the set of her forthcoming TV series The Deuce on Monday. The Golden Globe victorious one was seen filming the gritty 70s drama in personality as a Times Square prostitute dressed in a fetching curly blonde wig and skimpy ensemble.
Maggie, 38, displayed her slim figure in a crochet sting bikini top and tiny pants as she stepped around Harlem, New York as cams rolled. She carried a hand made purse and glittery coat as she sauntered across a pavement and ceased to speak to staff in-in between scenes. Maggie was initially pictured dressed up up as hooker Eileen Merrell, also known as Candy, later last year as filming began on the HBO drama. She stars opposing James Franco and Zoe Kazing in the eagerly-awaited show, which is exploring life in the Big Apple in the 70s and 80s throughout the time period exactly where porn and prostitution ran uncontrolled.
The show is partially influenced by the occupation of twin brothers who have been players in the seedy Times Square world and grew to become fronts for mob control of the unpredictable and lucrative sex industry, in accordance to Variety. It will detail the growth and legalization of the porn business, as well as the influences of drugs and HIV on the market and the town as a whole. Franco is doing dual duty on the drama, starring as both brothers as well as co-executive creating the series.
The pilot comes from David Simon and George Pelacanos, who also are best recognized for their work on The Wire and Treme. HBO has yet to set a accurate air date for the drama. Maggie has effectively made the changeover from the big screen to TV of late. She earned a Golden Globe and was nominated for a Lead Actress Emmy for her latest TV role as Nessa Stein on the hit miniseries The Honourable Woman.