Spotting A-list stars is starting to turn into a regular pastime for people living and working in a rural Derbyshire community.
Just five months after Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes filmed The Duchess, at Chatsworth, the stately home has been chosen as a setting for horror film The Wolf Man.
Local people are now eager to catch a glimpse of stars Sir Anthony Hopkins and Benicio Del Toro, who are believed to be taking part in the shoot.
Bar worker Rebecca Laurie, 20, said: "When they were filming The Duchess, I served Keira Knightley her food and she ordered mussels.
"She didn’t finish them all and I have to admit that I finished the last one to say that I had eaten something of Keira Knightley’s.
"She was very nice and completely down to earth."
Another barman at the Devonshire Arms is 19-year-old Tom Neale.
He said: "It was incredible. We had Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes’ credit cards here behind the bar.
"We have yet to see anyone from The Wolf Man but it would be great if Anthony Hopkins came in."
Charlotte Rampling and Vanessa Redgrave have also visited the pub during past productions.
Staff at Chatsworth would not give details of the latest shoot, which is a remake of the 1941 classic werewolf movie.
Filming is expected to finish before the house opens to visitors next Wednesday.
Nottingham-based EM Media, which promotes the use of East Midlands locations and locally based staff, sent pictures of Chatsworth to the film’s locations manager.
The organisation’s communications executive, Sally Hodgson, said: "I gather they’re filming quite a lot of the story there but I couldn’t tell you which actors will be there."
The plot revolves around Larry Talbot, played by Benicio Del Toro, who is bitten by a werewolf when he returns home to the UK from America to stay with his father, played by Sir Anthony.
The new version of the film, set to be released in 2009, is being directed by Joe Johnston, whose work includes Jurassic Park III, Jumanji and Honey I Shrunk The Kids.
Debra Evans, secretary of Peak Ales Brewery on the Chatsworth Estate, said the film crew were being careful to create as little disturbance as possible.
She said: "Filming is great for the area because it brings a lot of interest from outside."
Stately home Haddon Hall, just a couple of miles away from Chatsworth, has also appeared on-screen in the recent release The Other Boleyn Girl.
Pride and Prejudice and the BBC TV dramatisation of Jane Eyre as well as The Golden Age, the second of the Elizabeth I movies starring Cate Blanchett, were also shot in the county.