Peter Andre takes a vicious beating from a gang on the set of his new movie

PETER Andre gets a vicious beating from a gang on the set of his new movie.

The Mysterious Girl singer, 47, is unrecognisable with a neck tattoo and scars as he films scenes for upcoming film On the Other Foot.

In gritty new scenes Peter is grabbed by the neck and shoved up against a wall.

Afterwards he slides down the wall in pain and slumps on the floor.

The violence looks pretty real but once the director yells, "cut!" Peter can be seen laughing and joking with the other actors.

After a costume change into another hoodie and jeans, Peter looked menacing as he smoked a cigarette while leaning against a wall.

Peter's son Junior will star alongside his famous dad in the upcoming movie.

The 15-year-old revealed he'd won the role last month and has posted videos from the set of On the Other Foot.

Junior was tagged in a video by actor and filmmaker Theo Johnson which showed the youngster on camera and having his hair made up for his scene.

Theo also tagged director Fred Inwaka who cast Junior's dad in the new movie.

Junior, Peter's eldest child, previously shared photos from songwriter Singing Dentist's Instagram page.

The snap showed Peter, Junior, Singing Dentist and several others on a Zoom Call as they read through the script of the new movie.

Singing Dentist, real name Dr Milad Shadrooh, wrote: "Zoom read through of the script for @ontheotherfootmovie. Can wait for this! Amazing script with an amazing cast!"

Junior responded on his Instagram Story and wrote: "exciting future."

The father-of-four also teased that the film will be released next year.

Fans have been intrigued after Peter revealed his fake tattoo for his new role.

He told his followers at the time he was "getting ready for something special" as he posed in a white shirt for a selfie on Instagram.

The star left a few buttons on his shirt undone, exposing his neck and a large inking.

The inking drew more attention when Pete and wife Emily appeared on Loose Women last month.

When asked by host Ruth Langsford about it, he said: "So this is not mine and the beard is even fuller because I can't really grow it properly.

“I'm on set for a film so I was there this morning, I've come here and I'm going back to do it this afternoon.

"It's semi-permanent. I had [fake] scars, I had to take them off. I like the tattoo."

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