A trip from the Hollywood Hills to Holywell Bay left staff at the St Pirans Inn near Newquay a little starry eyed, when one of the silver screen's A-listers popped in for his fish and chips.
Jude Law, star of blockbusters such as Sherlock Holmes and Cold Mountain, was in Holywell Bay to film love scenes for the upcoming film, Black Sea.
The movie, directed by Kevin Macdonald, the man behind The last King of Scotland, sees the actor stepping into the role of a submarine captain searching the depths of the Black Sea for a sunken sub rumoured to be laden with gold.
And his appearance at St Pirans Inn was equally rewarding for the pub’s staff.
Barmaid and waitress, Charlotte Langslow, said: “We had him in on Tuesday last week, he came down filming his new film on Holywell Beach and he had lunch and dinner at the pub.
“I was asking him all the questions and myself, another waitress, the landlord and the chef all got our photos with him. He had fish and chips at the pub and he loved it!”
Following the filming at Holywell Bay Beach the crew filmed further scenes for the film at the Headland Hotel in Newquay.