PICS: Brad Pitt films in Falmouth for World War Z

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  • The A-lister hit the small town in Cornwall earlier this week to film the brand new zombie flick

    Hollywood fever hit the small Cornish town of Falmouth earlier this week, when A-list actor Brad Pitt arrived on set to film scenes for dramatic new zombie flick, World War Z.


    The star has been hotfooting it around Europe on the movie trail in recent weeks, popping up in Hungary, then London to work on the film.

    Now the actor is causing much excitement in the seaside town of Falmouth, where he’s been spied filming scenes on boat RAF Argus – which has been covered in fake snow, no less – moored in the harbour.

    It’s thought 500 lucky locals have all landed parts as extras in the film, after an open casting call was put out down the road in Truro.

    And yesterday the crew and cast looked hard at work, as they concentrated on filming the dramatic scenes.

    ‘It’s definitely Brad, yes. He seems to be rallying the troops and getting them all psyched up for war,’ one onlooker told local paper the Falmouth Packet.

    ‘It’s funny as well, because apparently most of his lines are just gibberish that they’re going to dub in later. I think he’s meant to be speaking Russian.’

    While cast and crew have been staying in the local area, it’s thought Brad’s set up home in Devon, flying in by helicopter every day.

    Rumour has it the actor has also requested a luxury yacht be scouted out for him to stay on when Angelina Jolie and their six children come to visit.

    Have you spied Brad Pitt on his latest movie trail? Let us know in he comments box below.



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