By Daily Mail Reporter
PUBLISHED: 03:56 EST, 25 February 2014 | UPDATED: 03:56 EST, 25 February 2014
Proving that he always has time for fans, George Clooney signed autographs and posed for photos after dining at a Milan restaurant on Monday evening.
The actor was joined by his Monuments Men costar Matt Damon at the Spazio Pontaccio restaurant before being mobbed as he left.
Looking dapper in a smart grey suit, the 52-year-old appeared a little shocked with his reception after arriving in the city for the premiere of his latest film.
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The Hollywood heartthrob, who teamed his pale suit with a simple black shirt, grinned as he made his way to his car alongside a female companion.
At one point he appeared to try and calm the crowd down, who appeared eager to take snaps of him as he walked over to meet them.
A bespectacled Matt, 43, was also joined by his wife Luciana Barroso, opted for a more relaxed look for his outing.
Dressed in a simple navy coat, the Ocean’s Eleven star kept his outfit simple with a v-neck jumper, jeans and a white T-Shirt.
Looking much casual that his famous pal, he finished off his ensemble with a chunky pair of black boots while Luciana walked in front of him with a friend.
Both George and Matt were seen at The Monuments Men premiere, of which they both appear, earlier this month, which also stars Cate Blanchett, Jean Dujardin and Bill Murray.
The star-studded movie highlights the little-known exploits of the unlikeliest of war heroes – a disparate band of curators, academics, art historians and architects who risked their lives in order to rescue priceless works of art during World War II.
Speaking about the blockbuster, which he also directed, George said: ‘The Nazis confiscated paintings and sculptures from their own museums, their own people and the Jews, and they continued their looting as they stormed across Europe.
‘They took rare books, antiques, jewellery, gold bullion and even church bells.’