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Blake Lively looks unrecognizable with choppy bob for new movie

Pixie, black, red or blond: We can't get enough of her new hairstyles!

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By Randee Dawn

Blake Lively posted a photo to Instagram as her character in an upcoming movie and she looks virtually unrecognizable!

The actress stars as Stephanie Patrick in a new film called "The Rhythm Section" and sports several different, very dramatic looks as part of the role.

In a post on Jan. 13, Lively joked that "Facetune broke" with a short, brown bobbed hairstyle. She held a photograph of herself in the same look but with makeup on to look more tired and homely.

Facetune is a phone application many people use to edit photos before posting to social media.

This isn't the first time we've seen Lively in her different looks from the set of "The Rhythm Section." Lively, 32, plays a woman who a woman who seeks revenge after her family is killed in a terrorist attack.

The trailer came out last year, and features Lively with several different hairstyles. In some scenes, she has a short, black pixie cut and others she's wearing a wig with long, copper tresses and curled, retro bangs.

Photographers snapped photos of Lively on set in the retro look.

Blake Lively is a lady in red as she films "The Rhythm Section" in New York.Splash News

In November 2017, she was captured on set in Dublin for the film, wearing baggy clothes and a short, choppy bob similar to the look in her recent Instagram post.

Actress Blake Lively is seen on day two of filming for her movie called 'The Rhythm Section' on Dublin's North Earl Street, Ireland.Splash News

"The Rhythm Section" comes out across the U.S. on Jan. 31, and it's already showing in some cities.

The movie is adapted from a book of the same name, and could mean a franchise is in Lively's future. The author, Mark Burnell, has written four novels around Lively's character.

This story was originally published on Jan. 15, 2018.