HOLLYWOOD megastar Angelina Jolie made another shock visit to Werris Creek today, declaring "I love it here".
Jolie, 38, cut a stunning figure as she strolled the streets of the sleepy town, dropping into the railway station and museum before dropping into the Werris Creek Tennis and Bowling Club for lunch.
Flanked by minders and more than 20 technical staff from her upcoming feature film Unbroken, Jolie told The Northern Daily Leader she would almost certainly film parts of the new movie in the town.
"It's looking likely, I love it here," she said.
Earlier, she flew into Tamworth Airport in a Corporate Air jet before taking a Macphersons coach to Werris Creek, where she arrived at about 11.30am.
After lunch, Jolie visited the town's iconic Railway Hotel.
The visit comes after the NSW government confirmed yesterday morning Jolie would be filming Unbroken, a movie she also directs, in parts of regional NSW.
The announcement was made by Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner, who said securing the production of the film would inject millions of dollars into the state's economy and create more than 300 jobs for NSW-based crew alone, and more for cast and extras.
*The full story and photos in tomorrow's edition.