Ryan Gosling and Ted Lasso star Hannah Waddingham take a break from filming The Fall Guy in Sydney as they huddle under a Bunnings umbrella outside his trailer

Ryan Gosling and Hannah Waddingham got into the Aussie spirit on Sunday as they took a break from filming to huddle beneath a Bunnings umbrella.

The two actors were pictured chatting between takes on set of their new movie The Fall Guy as they gathered on the steps of 42-year-old Gosling’s trailer.

They both appeared to be in costume, though Waddingham, 48, protected her colourful attire and curly brunette hair beneath a blue rain coat as well. 

Ryan Gosling (left) and Hannah Waddingham (right) got into the Aussie spirit on Sunday as they took a break from filming to huddle beneath a Bunnings umbrella 

The Canadian actor, who is living in Sydney with his partner Eva Mendez and their two daughters during filming, looked to be in good spirits despite the dreary weather.

Playing the titular stuntman in the upcoming movie, Gosling donned a white IATSE Union jumper tucked into lightwash jeans ripped at the knees. 

He finished off his look with a brown belt and a pair of work boots, though the latter didn’t stay on for long. 

The two actors were pictured chatting between takes on set of their new movie The Fall Guy as they gathered on the steps of Gosling's trailer

The two actors were pictured chatting between takes on set of their new movie The Fall Guy as they gathered on the steps of Gosling’s trailer 

They both appeared to be in costume, though Waddingham, 48, protected her colourful attire and curly brunette hair beneath a blue rain coat as well

They both appeared to be in costume, though Waddingham, 48, protected her colourful attire and curly brunette hair beneath a blue rain coat as well 

At one point, Gosling relaxed and slipped the boots off, still sporting some fake blood on his face from the last scene. 

The Oscar nominee chatted with his fellow cast members and crew for a little longer before retrieving his own Bunnings umbrella from his trailer.

He was then seen holding it above his head as he weaved through the crowd and headed back to the set.

The Canadian actor, 42, who is living in Sydney with his partner Eva Mendez and their two daughters during filming, looked to be in good spirits despite the dreary weather

The Canadian actor, 42, who is living in Sydney with his partner Eva Mendez and their two daughters during filming, looked to be in good spirits despite the dreary weather 

Playing the titular stuntman in the upcoming movie, Gosling donned a white IATSE Union jumper tucked into lightwash jeans ripped at the knees

He finished off his look with a brown belt and a pair of work boots, though the latter didn't stay on for long

Playing the titular stuntman in the upcoming movie, Gosling donned a white IATSE Union jumper tucked into lightwash jeans ripped at the knees 

Gosling looked every inch the action star on Sunday as he performed his own stunts while shooting The Fall Guy on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

He was filmed hanging on for dear life to the edge of a skip bin that was being driven by a truck across the famous bridge, which had been closed off for much of the day, causing traffic chaos in the city.

Gosling stood on a piece of metal while grasping a shovel tied to the bin and appeared to be trying to claw his way onto the truck as he filmed the action scene.

At one point, Gosling relaxed and slipped the boots off, still sporting some fake blood on his face from the last scene

At one point, Gosling relaxed and slipped the boots off, still sporting some fake blood on his face from the last scene

The Oscar nominee retrieved his own Bunnings umbrella from his trailer

He was then seen holding it above his head as he weaved through the crowd and headed back to the set

The Oscar nominee retrieved his own Bunnings umbrella from his trailer 

The incredible footage was captured by somebody on a passing train, as trains across the bridge were running as normal even though vehicle traffic was blocked.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge was closed in both directions from 3am to 10am on Sunday, while the cycleway and footpath was closed from 5.30am to 10am.

Frustrated Sydney residents took to Twitter to blast the production for causing major traffic delays across the city.

The Oscar nominee chatted with his fellow cast members and crew for a little longer

The Oscar nominee chatted with his fellow cast members and crew for a little longer 

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