Zoey Deutch joked that the custom suit Dylan O’Brien wears in “The Outfit” cost twice as much as what the actors were paid for the movie… combined.

“Mark Rylance’s character, Leonard… used to be a ‘cutter,’ which is what we know as a tailor, on Savile Row… at a store called Huntsman,” Deutch tells Variety, noting that the cast was able to go to the actual high-fashion house in London – which has served royals and world-famous icons like Katharine Hepburn for over 170 years.

She added that the suit Huntsman’s head cutters made for O’Brien was “so beautifully, meticulously made — we’re so used to fast fashion, and to see someone put so much love and care and time into it was so amazing.”

“The Outfit” follows Leonard (Rylance), an English cutter who works for an Irish mobster Roy Boyle (Simon Russell Beale) in 1956 Chicago. O’Brien portrays Roy’s son, Richie, and Deutch is Leonard’s receptionist, Mable. The horror-thriller, which marks Graham Moore’s directorial debut, also stars Johnny Flynn, Nikki Amuka-Bird and Alan Mehdizadeh.

O’Brien also discussed working on dialect for the film — noting that the character of Richie “has the room to play” with how he speaks.

“I just made it up, kind of,” said O’Brien, who added that he worked with dialect coach Kate DeVore. “She was super helpful in giving me that last bode of confidence to go in with it.”

Outside of the actor’s work on “The Outfit,” O’Brien also addressed his “difficult decision” to not join Paramount Plus’ upcoming film revival of the hit television series. Read more here.

“The Outfit” premiered in February at the Berlin International Film Festival. The film is set to be theatrically released in the U.S. on Friday, March 18.