George shoots a key scene at Rome's Termini train station
Brad shares a laugh with director Steven Soderbergh during a break in filming at an outdoor cafe
Two of Hollywood's hunkiest stars, Brad Pitt and George Clooney, are setting Italian hearts aflutter this month as they shoot their latest heist film in the picturesque city of Rome.
Though the Italian capital is renowned as one of the world's most romantic locales, it was strictly boy's day out as Ocean's Twelve headliners Brad Pitt and George Clooney shot some key scenes for their upcoming flick.
The sequel to Ocean's Eleven swaps the glamorous, glittering backdrop of the first film's Las Vegas for the European majesty of Rome, the setting of classic movies from La Dolce Vita to Roman Holiday.
And Brad seemed to be getting into the swing of things for a scene at one of the city's famous street cafes, sipping a cappucino and having a laugh with director Steven Soderbergh. George was spotted shooting as well, with his role taking him to the local Termini train station.
It looks like Troy star Brad, however, did find some time for matters of the heart. Arm-in-arm with his wife Jennifer Aniston, he took a romantic stroll around the city – perhaps hoping to sightsee at famed locations like the Forum, Pantheon or Spanish Steps.