Alicia Vikanders' win at the Screen Actors Guild Awards for The Danish Girl should help made her a household name, but the raising star admits that she still totally fangirls over Matt Damon.
The 27-year-old Swedish actress, who stars opposite Damon in the fifth installment of Bourne, opened up to ET's Cameron Mathison on Saturday about working with her hunky co-star.
"I was a huge fun of the trilogy from before, so I just kind of feel like I'm fanning out every time I see Matt coming in with his cap on, walking through big crowds," she admitted on the SAG Awards red carpet. "I'm like, 'Ooh, it's Jason Bourne!'"
Even though the Bourne cast and crew wrapped the Las Vegas portion of their shoot on Friday, the action flick still has to complete more shooting days in London. In fact, Vikanders revealed that she was leaving for England after the ceremony.
"We did wrap in Vegas last night, so I've been back and forth for a month, which has been a very special experience -- I've been in a hotel for about a month," she told ET. "It was actually an early finish [in Vegas]. We closed off the entire strip, blew up some s**t and stuff."
The new Bourne film is still unnamed, but Paul Greengrass, who helmed the second and third installments of the series, is returning to direct the movie as well as write the screenplay along with Christopher Rouse and Damon. Julia Stiles will also be returning to the franchise, which first launched in 2002.