Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh are locked in a bloody clinch filming Killing Eve

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    Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh were locked in a bloody clinch as they filmed a dramatic fight scene on board a boat on the Thames for the last episode of the fourth and final season of Killing Eve. 

    The Villanelle actress, 28, and Sandra, 50, who plays detective Eve Polastri, were seen throwing their arms around each other before shots were fired in the tense stand-off.   

    The show’s creator hired the ­famous Dixie Queen replica paddle steamer for the final scene where the pair glided through London before one of them blasted the other from within their tight embrace. 

    Tense: Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh were locked in a bloody clinch as they filmed a dramatic fight scene on board a boat on the Thames for the last episode of the fourth and final season of Killing Eve

    Tense: Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh were locked in a bloody clinch as they filmed a dramatic fight scene on board a boat on the Thames for the last episode of the fourth and final season of Killing Eve

    Tower Bridge lifted up to allow it through before it came to a halt opposite the Tower of London. Trained killer Villanelle appeared to be waiting on the deck of the boat for Eve where they then hugged. 

    It is unclear from the snaps whether a blood-stained Villanelle or Eve pulled the trigger or if either was killed in the high-drama moment.    

    A TV insider told The Sun of the scene: ‘In the spirit of the show, it’s not clear who, if anyone, has been bumped off. And it looks like the story could have been left open for another future season.

    Injured? Jodie was seen standing looking out on the deck of the boat and had blood on her torso after filming the scary scenes

    Injured? Jodie was seen standing looking out on the deck of the boat and had blood on her torso after filming the scary scenes

    Drama: The Villanelle actress, 28, and Sandra, 50, who plays detective Eve Polastri, were seen throwing their arms around each other

    Oh no: Shots were fired in the tense stand-off

    Drama: The Villanelle actress, 28, and Sandra, 50, who plays detective Eve Polastri, were seen throwing their arms around each other before shots were fired in the tense stand-off

    What's going on? The show's creator hired the ­famous Dixie Queen replica paddle steamer for the final scene where the pair glided through London before one of them blasts the other from within their tight embrace

    What’s going on? The show’s creator hired the ­famous Dixie Queen replica paddle steamer for the final scene where the pair glided through London before one of them blasts the other from within their tight embrace

    Filming: During the embrace the pair both had pained expressions on their faces and it was unclear who had injured who

    Filming: During the embrace the pair both had pained expressions on their faces and it was unclear who had injured who

    ‘But what is obvious is the fact the creators have pulled out all the stops to make this a spectacular finale.

    ‘The action certainly seemed to hook the attention of passers-by, including Londoners and tourists who couldn’t quite believe what they were seeing.

    ‘And there was a moment of real high tension as the sound of gunshots echoed around the banks of the River Thames.’

    Amazing: Tower Bridge lifted up to allow it through before it came to a halt opposite the Tower of London

    Amazing: Tower Bridge lifted up to allow it through before it came to a halt opposite the Tower of London

    Stand off: Trained killer Villanelle appeared to be waiting on the deck of the boat for Eve where they then hugged

    Stand off: Trained killer Villanelle appeared to be waiting on the deck of the boat for Eve where they then hugged

    Confusion: It is unclear from the snaps whether a blood-stained Villanelle or Eve pulled the trigger or if either is killed in the high-drama moment

    Confusion: It is unclear from the snaps whether a blood-stained Villanelle or Eve pulled the trigger or if either is killed in the high-drama moment

    The 411: A TV insider told The Sun of the scene: 'In the spirit of the show, it's not clear who, if anyone, has been bumped off. And it looks like the story could have been left open for another future season'

    The 411: A TV insider told The Sun of the scene: ‘In the spirit of the show, it’s not clear who, if anyone, has been bumped off. And it looks like the story could have been left open for another future season’

    Last month Jodie revealed that filming the last scenes for Killing Eve would be ’emotional’ as the hit series comes to an end.

    Speaking on This Morning, she told hosts Holly and Phil how she was about to shoot the last two episodes of the fourth and final season.

    Jodie said that she hopes the show will end on a ‘good and satisfying’ note for viewers while not completely ruling out doing a film based on the series.   

    Can't wait to see it: The leading ladies were seen on a paddle steamer in a bloody clinch after gunshots were fired

    Can’t wait to see it: The leading ladies were seen on a paddle steamer in a bloody clinch after gunshots were fired

    On board: The pair began fighting and were pushed to the back of the boat

    On board: The pair began fighting and were pushed to the back of the boat 

    Blood-stained: After the scene Villanelle stood on the deck of the boat and looked out over London

    Blood-stained: After the scene Villanelle stood on the deck of the boat and looked out over London 

    She said: ‘It’s very surreal, we are just about to start filming the last 2 episodes. 

    ‘We want to end on a good note and on a satisfying note for the audience. It’s been a huge part of all our lives. 

    ‘I feel emotional even thinking about it. I want to take a clapper board with me when we wrap up!’ 

    Taking a break: The pair were seen chatting to the crew on board

    Taking a break: The pair were seen chatting to the crew on board 

    What happened: It comes after the season three finale drove viewers wild when Villanelle and Eve stood back-to-back on London Bridge and agreed to walk away and 'never look back'

    What happened: It comes after the season three finale drove viewers wild when Villanelle and Eve stood back-to-back on London Bridge and agreed to walk away and ‘never look back’

    Hopes: Jodie said that she hopes the show will end on a 'good and satisfying' note for viewers while not completely ruling out doing a film based on the series

    Hopes: Jodie said that she hopes the show will end on a ‘good and satisfying’ note for viewers while not completely ruling out doing a film based on the series

    ‘It will be great to end in a way as if you go on and on with a series the quality can fade, but it will be hard to not see those people every day.’

    When asked about a potential Killing Eve film she added: ‘I don’t think it’s been spoken about but I don’t know what the future holds!’ 

    It was revealed in March that Killing Eve’s much-anticipated fourth season will air on television next year. 

    Busy: She said: 'It's very surreal, we are just about to start filming the last 2 episodes'

    Busy: She said: ‘It’s very surreal, we are just about to start filming the last 2 episodes’

    Popular: The fourth and final series is expected to be aired next year

    Popular: The fourth and final series is expected to be aired next year

    Warm: On the deck the pair both wore padded black jackets

    Warm: On the deck the pair both wore padded black jackets 

    London: The show¿s creator hired the ­famous Dixie Queen replica paddle steamer ¿ a familiar sight on the Thames ¿ for the final scene

    London: The show’s creator hired the ­famous Dixie Queen replica paddle steamer — a familiar sight on the Thames — for the final scene

    It comes after the season three finale drove viewers wild when Villanelle and Eve stood back-to-back on London Bridge and agreed to walk away and ‘never look back’. 

    However, in the final moments of the episode both Villanelle and Eve turned back around to look at each other – suggesting the two characters might end up together.

    The promise of a future relationship delighted fans, who begged for the next series to start with the two characters together.

    Pain: Jodie had a strained expression on her face during filming

    Ouch: They were fighting on board

    Pain: Jodie had a strained expression on her face during filming

    Iconic: The Dixie Queen is London's largest luxury floating event venue and was used to shoot the scenes

    Iconic: The Dixie Queen is London’s largest luxury floating event venue and was used to shoot the scenes

    Important: Tower Bridge lifted up to allow it through before it came to a halt opposite the Tower of London

    Important: Tower Bridge lifted up to allow it through before it came to a halt opposite the Tower of London

    The episode also tied up loose ends of the series, including revealing Konstantin as Kenny’s apparent killer. Security footage showed Konstantin (Kim Bodnia) arriving at the office and meeting with Kenny (Sean Delaney) hours before his death.  

    Armed with the footage, Carolyn confronted Konstantin, with Paul (Steve Pemberton), Eve and Villanelle also in attendance.

    She came close to killing Konstantin but instead killed Paul, who was working for both MI6 and The Twelve. Konstantin, who had planned to leave to Cuba, left but Villanelle decided not to follow.

    The episode also saw Villanelle being rejected by Carolyn after she said she was ready to become an MI6 agent. Carolyn responded: ‘What use are you to me… to anyone?,’ referring to the assassin’s desire not to kill any more. 

    Crew: The filming staff were on hand to capture all the dramatic moments

    Crew: The filming staff were on hand to capture all the dramatic moments 

    Painful: It was unclear who had injured who as they filmed together

    Painful: It was unclear who had injured who as they filmed together 

    On board: Jodie's hair blew around in the wind as they shot the scenes on the boat

    On board: Jodie’s hair blew around in the wind as they shot the scenes on the boat 

    Incident: Villanelle had been covered in blood but it wasn't clear who was injured

    Incident: Villanelle had been covered in blood but it wasn’t clear who was injured 

    Big day: Jodie took a break in between scenes

    Warm: She wore a padded coat

    Big day: Jodie took a break in between scenes 

    Huge team: The group were all gathered on board to film the final moments

    Huge team: The group were all gathered on board to film the final moments 

    Chilly: Jodie was dressed in a grey vest and high-waisted brown trousers despite the cold weather

    Chilly: Jodie was dressed in a grey vest and high-waisted brown trousers despite the cold weather 

    Tight-lipped: Speaking recently, just after they started filming, Jodie was not giving anything away about how the thriller would end ¿ or whether there would be another series

    Tight-lipped: Speaking recently, just after they started filming, Jodie was not giving anything away about how the thriller would end — or whether there would be another series

    Popular with fans: The fourth and final series is expected to be aired next year

    Popular with fans: The fourth and final series is expected to be aired next year

    Standing alone: Villanelle was waiting for Eve on the boat

    Standing alone: Villanelle was waiting for Eve on the boat 

    Wow! The backdrop for the filming was incredible

    Wow! The backdrop for the filming was incredible 

    A source said of the scene: 'There was a moment of real high tension as the sound of gunshots echoed around the banks of the River Thames'

    A source said of the scene: ‘There was a moment of real high tension as the sound of gunshots echoed around the banks of the River Thames’

    It added: 'The action certainly seemed to hook the attention of passers-by'

    It added: ‘The action certainly seemed to hook the attention of passers-by’

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