Julia Roberts and George Clooney's Ticket to Paradise Pauses Production Due to COVID: Source
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Varietypreviously reported that in Ticket to Paradise, Roberts and Clooney play a divorced couple who travel to Bali to prevent their daughter from getting married.
The two Oscar winners previously worked together onOcean's Elevenand 2016'sMoney Monster.
Last month, Clooney and Roberts were spotted on the set of the upcoming romantic comedyin Australia's Gold Coast.
Ticket to Paradisealso stars Kaitlyn Dever and Billie Lourd, who recently opened up on Instagram about working in Australia whilemourning the five-year anniversaryof mom Carrie Fisher's death.
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Ticket to Paradise is the latest film to get the yellow light as a result of the ongoing pandemic, joining productions that previously paused due to COVID-19 like Jurassic World: Dominion, The Batman and Mission: Impossible 7.
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