New costars Colin Farrell, 36, and Russell Crowe, 48, took to the streets of New York City this week to film a scene for their upcoming epic fantasy flick, Winter's Tale, about a thief and a flying white horse in 19th century and present-day Manhattan.

Farrell and Crowe donned the heavy garments of the Victorian era as they climbed on their horses and filmed a scene on the cobblestone streets — sometimes shooting in front of a green screen for the post-production editing that will require effects. The film is, after all, about a flying horse.

Later that day, Crowe was all smiles when his new Les Miserables costar and friend, Hugh Jackman, arrived on set with his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness. The duo were greeted by Crowe and then invited to watch the dailies of scenes that were shot earlier that day, reports the U.K.'s Daily Mail.

Les Miserables, directed by The King's Speech Tom Hopper and starring Jackman, Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried and Helena Bonham Carter, will hit theaters on Christmas Day. Winter's Tale, with Crowe, Farrell, Jennifer Connelly, Will Smith, William Hurt and Matt Bomer, is slated for a 2013 release.

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