VIDEO How George Clooney “saved” Julia Roberts during filming for Ticket to Paradise: when you see the movie in theaters

Julia Roberts and George Clooney reunited on set for the upcoming movie Ticket to Paradise, which was filmed in Australia.

Longtime friends, Julia Roberts has spoken about how the Clooney family “saved her” during filming, which took place at the height of the pandemic.

In an interview with the New York Times, Roberts and Clooney talked about their latest collaboration.

“We started on Hamilton Island, with all these wild birds, and Julia had the house just down the road from where Amal and I and the kids lived,” George Clooney explained. “We’d go out early in the morning and yell, ‘Chirp-chirp,’ and Julia would yell back, ‘Chirp-chirp.’ And then I’d bring her a cup of coffee. She was Aunt Juju to my kids,” the actor continued.

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Julia Roberts also confessed: “Clooney saved me from loneliness and despair. I was in a bubble and this was the longest I’d ever been away from my family. I don’t think I’ve spent that much time alone since I was 25.”

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The film Ticket to Paradise, in which the two star together, has suffered production delays as the number of Covid cases has risen in Australia. It was reported that there were several cases of illness among both the cast and crew at the time.

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The film directed by Ol Parker stars Roberts and Clooney and tells the story of a divorced couple. They decide to travel together to Bali to prevent their daughter from making the same mistake she made 25 years ago.

Also in the cast are Billie Lourd, Kaitlyn Dever and Lily Lucas Bravo.

Ticket to Paradise is due in theaters October 21.

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