DAVID Walliams looks like he’s Lord of the Grims while filming.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, is reshooting scenes for Sky’s Hansel and Gretel, in which he plays a troll wielding a giant spiked ball.
Noisy builders next to the set in Bucks ruined things two weeks ago.
David, who was dressed as a troll at the time, had to reshoot scenes due to the construction workers putting together a wedding venue next door.
Also disturbed by the racket was co-star Sheridan Smith, who was dressed as a witch and flying around on a broomstick.
The disruption happened at Newland Park at the Chiltern Open Air Museum in Chalfont St Giles, Bucks.
A source said: “It’s bad luck that just when they needed to film, a load of builders were in putting up a wedding venue next door.
"The noise was a bit much at times due to the drills and hammering.
“It stopped the shoot a couple of times. These things happen on set and David and Sheridan were model professionals.
"They just had to work around it and get their heads down when they could.”
The new family comedy is a retelling of the classic children’s story.
And it follows on from the success of Cinderella: After Ever After, which starred Car Share’s Sian Gibson as Cinders and David as Prince Charming.
Viewers of the show, which was screened last Christmas, got to see the fairytale couple in married life.
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