Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie

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Ich bin ein media frenzy.

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and the world's six most famous offspring touched down at Berlin's Tempelhof airport Tuesday afternoon to begin the next leg of their seemingly neverending tour of European domiciles.

The A-list brood, who are moving into the swanky Palais Parkschloss villa on Berlin's Wannsee Lake, are setting up temporary shop in Germany while papa Pitt brings home the bacon and begins work on Quentin Tarantino's already controversial war epic, Inglorious Bastards.

According to German newspaper Bild, the home is 30,000 square feet and comes complete with private helicopter landing pad, boat dock, 14-strong staff of security and more than one personal chef.

The home also has an appropriately Hollywood lineage.

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes were rumored, though never confirmed, to have bought the spread last summer, around the time production on Cruise's own WWII-era drama, Valkyrie, wrapped in Berlin.

As if that weren't enough star power, according to Bild, Steven Segal even rented out the villa for two months back in 2001.

Up until now, the Jolie-Pitts were based out of the Chateau Miraval in the south of France, where they have been staying since last spring in anticipation of the birth of their twins in July.

The clan is expected to remain in Berlin through the end of the year. Production on Inglorious Bastards kicks off Oct. 13.

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