24. March 2010 06:56
Brad Pitt attended at a star-studded after-party in the Notting Hill home of supermodel Claudia Schiffer for the London debut of Kick-Ass. The film, which stars Nicolas Cage, Mark Strong and Chloe Moretz, has been helped to the screen by Jane Goldman, wife of Jonathan Ross.
Schiffer's husband, Matthew Vaughn, directed the film and Pitt, its producer, was over from Venice for the rained-out premiere.
He revealed a passion for Dizzee Rascal and all things Scottish.
Pitt, who appeared without his partner Angelina Jolie, went on to say: 'I went to Scotland and travelled around years ago. I went everywhere, saw it all. Edinburgh and Glasgow were special – the architecture is something there. Charles Rennie Mackintosh, he was the man. You talk about subculture and high culture – you've got it all there. I even went to Loch Ness to see what that was all about.'
Pitt has kept his eye on possible Scottish movie projects ever since. 'Last year Matthew and I were looking at doing some filming there. We had a look at some castles. We'll definitely be back.'
Recently Barbra Streisand also talked abour her love for the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh on the Jonathan Ross Show. It's a small world.