RIHANNA has taken some time out from her work work work to relax in the Mexican sunshine.
The singer, 29, looked sensational in a burnt orange bikini with a black trip and a green cap which she wore to the side.
Her slender curves glistened in the blistering sunshine and she caressed her peachy rear as she stood beside the sun loungers.
Taking a seat on one of the beds, she perched on the edge and chatted to a female friend.
Her break comes after she received critical acclaims for her recent portrayal of Marion Crane in horror series Bates Motel.
Off the back of that success, rumours are abound that she is set to star in a new movie sequel to The Matrix.
“Rihanna is a global star who’s sold millions around the world. Movie producers know she has a lot of untapped potential as far as films are concerned and are eager to have her on board,” a source told the Daily Star.
“Rihanna’s team are elated and are open to discussions as they see major potential in her being tied to a movie like the Matrix. It’d be a win-win for all,” the source added.
Of course it wouldn’t be the first feature film to star RiRi.
Back in 2012, she appeared in box office disaster movie (literally a disaster, as it was deemed a flop) Battleship.
And she has also played versions of herself in Bring It On: All or Nothing in 2006 and This Is the End in 2013.
This year she is due to appear in Sci Fi adventure Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets – and next year she will be in the all-female Ocean’s Eight.
The Matrix was a box office smash in 1999 – starring Carrie-Anne Moss as humans fighting for survival against a nightmare robotic race.
The upcoming new film is said to be neither a prequel nor a sequel to the original film trilogy – but to be a companion story akin to animated series The Animatrix which told other stories of human resistance fighters in the wider Matrix universe.
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