Thu. May 26th, 2022

George Clooney and Julia Roberts’ Australian romcom Ticket to paradise has been suspended due to Covid-19.

According to Daily mail, Ticket to paradise had only two weeks left of its production when it was shut down due to the growing number of Covid-19 cases in Queensland.

Julia Roberts and George Clooney's latest movie has been shut down by Covid-19.

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Julia Roberts and George Clooney’s latest movie has been shut down by Covid-19.

A source said people at the film “fell like flies” due to the spread of the Omicron variant in the area in recent weeks.

On Tuesday, 16 deaths were reported in Queensland from the virus, and thousands of new cases were also reported.

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That Daily mail reported that Clooney and Roberts had flown back to their home in the United States and the film had been shut down for at least three months until the current wave of the virus subsided.

The film was originally scheduled to be shot in Bali before concerns over Covid-19 forced production to be moved to Australia in March 2021.

Ticket to paradise follows two divorced parents who rush to Bali to prevent their teenage daughter from diving into an unwise marriage, like their own.

Ticket to paradise had been scheduled for a release in October and would like to see the reunion of Clooney and Roberts after the couple starred in ticket successes Ocean’s Eleven and Ocean’s Twelve in the early 2000s.

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