Mel Gibson arrives in Glasgow in style by landing on a private jet
Mel Gibson arrives in Glasgow in style as he touches down on a private jet before headlining a live event in the city
Mel Gibson looked like an action star as he stepped off his private jet in Glasgow on Thursday.
The actor touched down in the Scottish city before hosting a live event on Sunday night, and he certainly did it in style.
Mel, 66, kept it casual in a pair of black pants, with a light blue shirt and navy blue jacket on top.
Bound for Scotland: Mel Gibson, 66, arrived in Glasgow in style on Friday when he touched down on a private plane before headlining a live event in the city
The Lethal Weapon star was loaded down with a brown duffel bag, with an attached baseball cap.
She shielded her eyes from the rare northern sun with a pair of black sunglasses as she exited the plane.
Mel flew to Glasgow from Budapest and arrived on the smart luxury jet in the afternoon.
Low-key: Mel kept it casual in a pair of black pants, with a light blue shirt and navy blue jacket on top
Shadows: She added a pair of dark sneakers and shaded her eyes with black sunglasses.
He will take center stage on Sunday night at an Experience With live event, in which celebrities will attend a night of luxury, being interviewed on stage to a room full of fans.
The gala event will take place at the Doubletree by Hilton hotel, and Mel is scheduled to reveal untold stories and anecdotes from her career.
The movie icon previously did an event with the company last year in London, while the likes of Sylvester Stallone, Al Pacino and Arnold Schwarzenegger also took part.
Light Packaging: The Lethal Weapon star was loaded with a brown duffel bag, with an attached baseball cap
Doing it Right: He traveled in style, landing on a luxury smart jet
It’s apparently his first time in Scotland since the release of his movie Braveheart in the 1990s, and the movie was filmed both there and in Ireland.
And hopefully he’ll have a better experience this time around, as he previously revealed that they moved filming for the movie from Scotland to Ireland due to the country not being “friendly enough”.
Speaking to Today FM in 2017, Mel explained: “We started in Scotland and were thinking, ‘How are we going to do this? It’s not horse-friendly. It’s not people-friendly.
Pending interview: He’s scheduled to take center stage on Sunday night at an Experience With live event, in which celebs attend a night of luxury, being interviewed onstage to a room full of fans.
He further explained that Ireland’s Minister for the Arts at the time, Michael D. Higgins, “opened the doors here and really greased the wheels and helped us do it.”
Joking that he was “afraid to go back”, the actor previously told MailOnline: “I haven’t been back since because I’m scared.” I would never sober up over one thing, and having to run around in a dress. . . It’s cold up there!
A long time ago: It’s apparently his first time in Scotland since the release of his film Braveheart in the 1990s, and the film was filmed both there and in Ireland (pictured from the 1995 film)