After a whirlwind week in the U.S. with Angelina and the children, the actor heads to a Berlin-area movie set

By Karen Nickel Anhalt and Peter Mikelbank
Updated October 10, 2008 03:15 PM
Credit: Mark Blinch/REUTERS/Landov

Just days after going to New Orleans with Angelina Jolie and the kids to visit the site of his environmentally friendly housing project Make it Right, Brad Pitt on Friday headed to the set of his new World War II drama Inglorious Bastards in Germany.

Pitt, 44, who plays Lt. Aldo Raine in the Quentin Tarantino-directed film, will be shooting in two locations outside Berlin: at a period farmhouse in a village outside of Dresden and in the spa town Bad Schandau.

Jolie, 33, and the couple’s children – who visited New York last week for the premiere of Jolie’s movie Changeling – are expected to leave the French chateau where the family has been living since May and join Pitt in Berlin.