The Bridesmaids alum, 52, who was spotted on the snowy set earlier Tuesday with co-star, Paapa Essiedu, was also seen with The Lazarus Project actor browsing on the Christmas tree lot in Manhattan.
The Emmy winner sported bright orange locks, paired with blue, plaid Harem pants along with a lighter patterned shirt on top.
The star then threw on a tan-colored vest boasting various patterns and jeweled embellishments.
To coincide with the color scheme of the ensemble, Melissa slipped into a pair of royal blue Genie shoes that contained a gold trim both on top and the soles.
Ready to film: Melissa McCarthy, 52, was spotted dressed in character while shopping for Christmas trees on set of her latest holiday film titled, Bernard And The Genie, in New York City on Wednesday
Fun costume: While filming the latest scenes for the flick, the Gilmore Girls star donned a pair of blue, plaid Harem pants along with a lighter patterned shirt on top
Melissa’s makeup was dramatically done for her character, and comprised of a black winged liner along with a smoky shadow around her eyes for a dramatic effect.
Melissa was announced to have joined the cast of the comedy late last year in December, reported Deadline.
The upcoming movie is a remake of the 1991 film of the same name, and follows the premise of a workaholic man who asks a genie for help to win back his family just in time for Christmas.
At one point, Melissa was seen in character and held a rather concerned look on her face as she stood among a pile of fallen Christmas trees in the lot.
She was soon joined by her co-star, Paapa, who momentarily held the same expression on his own face as he peered around and climbed through the mess.
The Gangs Of London star bundled up wearing a pair of black pants along with a white button-up that was partially covered with a green knit vest.
He added a beanie of the same color and layered the outfit with a black coat, while sporting knit gloves.
The Universal and Working Title feature is directed by Sam Boyd, who previously wrote the romantic comedy called Love Life, which starred Anna Kendrick, and also wrote and directed the film, In A Relationship, according to Deadline.
A friendly wave: Dark navy, patterned fabric was wrapped around her waist, along with a leather brown and gold belt to secure the piece
And action! Melissa appeared to have a concerned look on her face as she filmed a scene while surrounded by fallen trees
Trying to balance: Her reddish locks, possibly a wig, fell down past her shoulders in light, voluminous curls, with some strands pinned back away from her face or braided
Oh no! The actress was seen having fun on set of the film as she filmed a scene among Christmas trees
Working with her co-star: She was soon joined by her co-star, Paapa, who momentarily held the same expression on his own face as he peered around and climbed through the mess
Layering up: The Gangs Of London star bundled up wearing a pair of black pants along with a white button-up that was partially covered with a green knit vest
Picking out the perfect tree: Paapa was seen climbing out of the fallen mess of trees and had bristles all over his coat
Exciting project: The Universal and Working Title feature is directed by Sam Boyd, who previously wrote the romantic comedy called Love Life, which starred Anna Kendrick, and also wrote and directed the film, In A Relationship
The Bernard And The Genie remake is set to premiere on Peacock, and is based on the original British 1991 film of the same name, which starred Alan Cumming, Lenny Henry, and Mr. Bean star, Rowan Atkinson.
With the movie still in its production stages, a set release date has yet to be announced.
Melissa was recently seen in Hollywood attending the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday and made a show-stopping appearance in a colorful Christian Siriano gown.
The beauty, who portrays the villain Ursula in the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid, presented the latest trailer for the film alongside Halle Bailey, who plays Ariel, during the ceremony.
During an interview E! News on the red carpet, the designer of the dress and former Project Runway star revealed that a pipe had burst in his studio only six days before the annual awards show, completely ruining some of the gowns, per People.
‘We were just freaking out all day,’ he revealed, recalling the shocking scene. However, he was able to remake Melissa’s dress just in time. ‘I took the last dress with me on the plane yesterday [Saturday]. I dropped it off myself.’
The actress showed off the glammed up look at the ceremony as if nothing had happened, and also took to the stage to show off the newest trailer for The Little Mermaid, which will premiere in theaters later this year on May 26.