She plays Theodora ‘Thea’ Preston in the new film Bill & Ted Face the Music.
And on Monday, Samara Weaving shared behind the scenes footage of her co-stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter.
In the video, the 28-year-old actress is singing with Keanu and Alex on the set of the film.
Never-before-seen: Samara Weaving (pictured) shared behind the scenes footage of her Bill & Ted Face the Music co-stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter singing on Monday
The trio are pictured sitting alongside one another while chanting the words to the song.
The science fiction comedy film follows friends William ‘Bill’ Preston Esq, played by Alex, and Ted ‘Theodore’ Logan, played by Keanu, as they travel back in time.
Bill & Ted Face the Music also stars Bridget Lundy-Paine, Jayma Mays, Holland Taylor and Erinn Hayes.
Footage: In the video, the 28-year-old actress is singing with Keanu and Alex on set of the film
Meanwhile, Samara is currently filming her new Hulu series, Nine Perfect Strangers, in New South Wales’ Byron Bay.
The series will see the rising star appear on screen alongside actors Nicole Kidman, Melissa McCarthy, Michael Shannon and Bobby Cannavale.
It is based on the 2018 novel by Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty.
Singing along: The trio are pictured sitting alongside one another while chanting the words to a song
Samara recently told The Daily Telegraph channelling her emotions into characters helps alleviate her anxiety disorder.
Samara’s parents first pushed her towards drama classes as a child, hoping she’d come out of her shell, but she still feels ‘terribly awkward’ in everyday life.
‘Oh, I am still terribly awkward. I have general anxiety disorder, so that’s never really going to go away,’ she said.
‘But I am very grateful that I have an outlet for that, which is my job, so I can use these emotions. Sometimes it’s a way to escape that, and it’s very helpful for me.
‘So that nervous, shy child I think is always there, but I have developed tools and methods to cope with it.’
Therapeutic: This comes after Samara recently told The Daily Telegraph that channelling her emotions into characters helps alleviate her anxiety disorder