A HOST of Hollywood movie stars have been in north Wiltshire
this week as Castle Combe and RAF Lyneham were transformed into
Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Sienna Miller all feature
in the fantasy romance Stardust, being filmed in Castle Combe,
while on Sunday action man Sean Bean was at Lyneham shooting
scenes for a new production, Outlaw.
Castle Combe has been transformed into
a fairytale village from the Victorian era, and actress Sienna
Miller, the on-off girlfriend of Jude Law, has been spotted filming
scenes in period costume.
She plays the romantic interest, Victoria,
in the film directed by Matthew Vaughn, husband of supermodel
Meanwhile RAF Lyneham was used to film
scenes from Outlaw because the base is home to Britain's fleet
of Hercules transport aircraft.
Sean Bean plays a soldier, and the director
wanted shots of him coming out of a Hercules after returning
home from a war zone.
RAF spokesman, Flt Lt Kerry Shardlow
said: "Sean Bean was a complete gentleman and took time
out of his tight filming schedule to be shown around the Hercules
C130J and chat to the ground engineers who were helping out."
Outlaw is the latest project from acclaimed
writer and director Nick Love and also stars Bob Hoskins and