Ralph Fiennes wraps himself in a dressing gown on the set of Conclave in Rome

Ralph Fiennes dons a dressing gown before changing into bright red robes while filming scenes for new film Conclave in Rome

Ralph Fiennes emerged from his trailer in a dressing gown as he paused between filming scenes of his new film Conclave in Rome on Thursday.

The 60-year-old actor plays the lead role of Cardinal Lomeli in the adaptation of Robert Harris’ novel of the same name, which focuses on the hypothetical behind-the-scenes story of what happens at the Vatican after the Pope’s death.

The Harry Potter star also wore black trousers and dark trainers as he carried a script at the location.

On location: Ralph Fiennes emerged from his trailer in a dressing gown as he paused between filming scenes of his new film Conclave in Rome on Thursday

On location: Ralph Fiennes emerged from his trailer in a dressing gown as he paused between filming scenes of his new film Conclave in Rome on Thursday

The actor was later spotted in his costume for the film, consisting of bright red robes with a high collar.

In the film, cardinals arrive at the Vatican and Cardinal Lomeli leads them, deciding who will be the new pope while secrets surrounding the old leader are unearthed.

It is Cardinal Lomeli’s job to unravel the Pope’s mysteries before others do, and a new religious leader is elected.

Conclave also stars Stanley Tucci as Cardinal Bellini, John Lithgow as Cardinal Tremblay and Isabella Rossellini as Sister Agnes.

Filming: The actor was later spotted in his costume for the show, consisting of bright red robes with a high collar

Filming: The actor was later spotted in his costume for the show, consisting of bright red robes with a high collar

The strip is produced by House Productions and FilmNation Entertainment.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Peter Straughan adapted Harris’ book for the screen.

It comes after Ralph Fiennes’ dark comedy The Menu caused a stir among food and film fans last year.

The culinary horror film, which premiered on November 18, is set at a fancy restaurant called Hawthorne, where diners pay $1,250 per meal and have to take a boat to get to the restaurant, which is on its own private island.

In the film, acclaimed celebrity chef Julian Slowik, played by Fiennes, prepared a lavish, multi-course meal for 12 exclusive guests.

However, guests soon find themselves fighting for their lives when the luxury restaurant turns into a waking nightmare – as it turns out the entire dinner was just a ruse by the sinister chef Slowik to get revenge on the people he believes is they contributed to his loss his passion for cooking.

The guests are soon killed one by one in a gruesome but hilarious chain of events, leaving the audience perched on the edge of their seats for the entire film.

Role: It comes after Ralph Fiennes' dark comedy The Menu, which caused a stir among food and movie fans last year

Role: It comes after Ralph Fiennes’ dark comedy The Menu, which caused a stir among food and movie fans last year

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