A BISHOPTON venue has revealed it hosted the the cast and crew of Outlaw King when they were filming in Glasgow.

The much-anticipated Netflix drama starring Chris Prine and James Cosmo premieres in Edinburgh tonight, and Ingliston Country Club & Hotel has been unveiled as one of the key locations.

Outlaw King tells the story of Robert the Bruce, the legendary King of Scots, and his battle to regain control of Scotland after he is declared an outlaw by the King of England for helping himself to the Scottish crown and creating civil war.

Filming for the movie look place last summer with crews shooting in locations including Linlithgow Palace, Doune Castle, Glasgow Cathedral, Mugdock Country Park and the University of Glasgow.

Owner of Ingliston Country Club & Hotel, Paul Fraser welcomed the film crew to Bishopton.

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He said: “What a fantastic experience for all the team at Ingliston to host big Hollywood stars such as James Cosmo and Chris Pine. It has been really difficult to keep our role under wraps, particularly when 200 bearded actors and 50 horses took over our hotel, lodges and stables, but it was an honour to play a small part in such a blockbuster. This is the first time we’ve played host to filming on this scale and we can’t wait to see the Outlaw King when it premieres.”

Meanwhile, Chris Pine says he has no idea why his full-frontal nude scene for his role as Robert the Bruce caused such a fuss, and said the reaction revealed "double standards".

The actor, 38, strips for the part in the film Outlaw King.

He tells the Graham Norton Show: "I bare the 'full monty' and it got a lot of attention... What did strike me most is that (co-star) Florence Pugh bares everything too and no-one commented.

"I am not sure what that means. Either people think they can't comment or everyone expects women to get naked. Either way, it's double standards."

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Pine has previously said of the scene: "It was a man coming out of the water taking a bath, it seemed a little odd to wear underwear."

The US star told host Norton how he continued to use the Scottish accent he learned for the role after filming each day.

"I figured I'd get crucified for it but I had a wonderful voice coach and the cast were all Scottish so I figured they would pick me up on things," he said.

"I am not a method actor, but I would keep up the accent in the pub after filming."

The Graham Norton Show, also featuring Sir Michael Caine, actress Sally Field, US actor Rami Malek and Christine And The Queens, airs on BBC One on Friday at 10.35pm.