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Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey film ad in NYC
Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey looked picture perfect as they were spotted filming a new Dolce and Gabbana advert in the Big Apple.
The A-listers played an attractive couple as they strolled around the streets of New York's West Village.
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Scarlet looked sexy but sophisticated in long-sleeved, knee length black dress with black slingback stilettos. Matthew was dapper in a classic black suit with a white shirt and a skinny tie.
Unfortunately the romantic atmosphere was momentarily spoiled by a summer spell as rain fell on the set, forcing the actors to wait under umbrellas until the bad weather passed.
After roaming the streets, Matthew pulled up in a vintage black Alpha Romeo sports car and whisked Scarlett off down the street.
The TV advert for the Italian fashion brand is being filmed by renowned director Martin Scorsese.
This is the second outing for the pair as Dolce and Gabanna models after they were spotted filming in the same outfits and in the same sports car on a beach in Malibu in April.
Matthew was joined on set by his Brazilian model wife Camila Alves, who he has three children with: Livington, three months, Vida, three and Levi, five.
Scarlett's beau Frenchman Romain Dauriac, who she has been dating since November 2012, was not seen on set.
She is also currently filming Chef, a film about a chef who loses his job and decides to open a food truck which co-stars Robert Downey Jr and Sofia Vergara.
Matthew is looking his healthy self again after dropping 38 pounds to play a man diagnoded with AIDS in The Dallas Buyer's Club.
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