It appears actress Eiza González is enjoying a bit of downtime over the holidays after working on a couple of films back-to back.
On Thursday, the Alita: Battle Angel star decided to head out to do a bit of shopping while out taking care of some errands in the Beverly Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.
While out and about the Mexico City, Mexico native, 33, deiced to make a pitstop at a Sephora store, which is known for its line of makeup, perfumes and beauty and skincare products.
Decked out in a houndstooth-patterned vest, without a shirt underneath and matching trousers that hugged her amazingly toned figure, González was the picture of confidence as she made her way outside back to her parked car with a small bag in hand.
Her style and beauty caused more than a few people to stop and take a good look at the rising star, who has looked to have moved up the pecking order of the A-list of actresses.
Eiza González, 33, was the picture of sexy chic when she stopped to shop at a Sephora store in Beverly Hills on Thursday, while seemingly enjoying a bit of downtown in between jobs
The fashionista would also complement her outfit by slipping on a pair of black heeled boots.
Rounding out her overall look the starlet had her dark brown tresses styled long and flowing down over her chest and close to her waistline in the back with a center part.
During her short walk from the store to her car, González also found the time to get a cup of coffee, which she held while fumbling to get her sunglasses back on.
In recent months, González (born Eiza González Reyna) wrapped on her next two films that includes the mystery sci-fi Ash that’s being directed by musician Flying Lotus (born Steven Ellison), 40.
The DJ, rapper and filmmaker, who directed his own innovative music videos before embarking on his feature film debut with Kuso (2017), is now on his second feature film with Ash.
Based on an original screenplay by Jonni Remmler, the cast also includes the likes of Iko Uwais (The Raid), Beulah Koale (Hawaii Five-0) and Kate Elliott (Wentworth).
While the plot of the film has been largely kept under wraps for the most part, it is known that Gonzalez stars as a woman who wakes up to find the rest of her space-station crew dead from unclear circumstances, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The big question that follows for her is whether she should trust the man (Aaron Paul) that was sent to rescue her, and whether he should trust her.
The Alita: Battle Angel star stunned while out holiday shopping decked out in a a houndstooth-patterned vest, without a shirt underneath and matching trousers that hugged her fab figure
In between shooting her two new films Ash and The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare in 2023, González attended the premiere of her guest-starring role in the Apple series Extrapolations at the Hammer Museum in March 2023 in Los Angeles
Lotus’s musical background has helped shape his filmmaking style; at times using songs as a key element of his moviemaking process.
On top of the original score composed for a film he’s working on, Lotus also likes to deploy curated music to set the tone.
González also stars opposite of Henry Cavill in Guy Ritchie’s new action spy film The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare, along with Alan Ritchson, Henry Golding, Alex Pettyfer, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Til Schweiger and Cary Elwes, among many others.
The famed director helmed the project while also serving as a co-writer with Arash Amel, Eric Johnson and Paul Tamasy.
So far neither of González’s two new films has an official premiere date.
The actress has seen her star rise in Hollywood with roles in the series From Dusk till Dawn: The Series (2014-2016), and the films Baby Driver (2017), Alita: Battle Angel (2019), Hobbs & Shaw (2019), Bloodshot (2020), Godzilla Vs. Kong (2021) and Ambulance (2022).