Ready to pop! Rachel McAdams goes into labour... but it's just for her new movie About Time
By Cassie Carpenter
She's been with her boyfriend Michael Sheen for nearly two years.
But Rachel McAdams seemed to have skipped a few steps as she unveiled a gigantic baby bump today, and then went into labour on London's famed Abbey Road crossing.
However, the Canadian 33-year-old star is not pregnant, she merely looked convincingly real as she huffed and puffed her way across London's famed Abbey Road to film her new movie About Time.
Good acting! Rachel McAdams, who is not pregnant, looked convincingly real as she huffed and puffed her way across London's famed Abbey Road today
As she pretended to wince and bend over in pain, Rachel was wearing a less-than-glamorous wool jumper over a polo shirt, blue trousers, and tan Oxfords.
Later, the gorgeous blonde was seen chatting with her co-star Domhnall Gleeson, who's well known for playing Bill Weasley in the Harry Potter films.
Gleeson stars as Tim, a time-traveller, in the sci-fi dramedy from Love Actually director and Bridget Jones's Diary screenwriter Richard Curtis.
Just like Ringo: The Canadian 33-year-old star waddled across the zebra crossing originally made famous by The Beatles in the posh Notting Hill neighbourhood
Bill Nighy also stars in About Time, which is due in UK theatres March of next year.
Rachel stepped in to replace Zooey Deschanel, who was originally cast as Mary but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.
She's also been spotted in an entirely different costume, minus the bump, looking business casual in a blue suit and a pair of bookish glasses.
Water breaking? As she pretended to wince and bend over in pain, Rachel was wearing a less-than-glamorous wool jumper over a long polo shirt, blue trousers, and tan Oxfords
Better than Zooey? Rachel stepped in to replace Zooey Deschanel, who was originally cast as Mary but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts
Yesterday, Rachel and her 43-year-old boyfriend held hands in the Royal Box as they watched tennis star Serena Williams beat Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska to clinch her fifth Wimbledon title.
And though the loved-up couple, who met on the set of Midnight In Paris two summers ago, are not actually expecting a child, the Mean Girls star told People Magazine that she was 'looking forward to it some day. ... Having a few [kids] would be great' back in 2009.
In an interview with Glamour magazine earlier this year, Rachel insisted she tried not to romance her co-stars during the actual making of the movies.
Wimbledon couple: Rachel and her boyfriend of nearly two years Michael Sheen held hands in the Royal Box as they watched tennis star Serena Williams clinch her fifth Wimbledon title
The original French film starred Ludivine Sagnier and Kristin Scott Thomas, as a young businesswoman who plots murderous revenge after her boss and mentor steals her idea.
According to Indie Wire, Passion might make the lineup for the Venice Film Festival, which kicks off August 29.
And as Sheen soon begins filming the thriller Cut Bank with Armie Hammer, Ben Kingsley, and John Malkovich, Rachel will next star with Philip Seymour Hoffman in the thriller A Most Wanted Man, due out next year.
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