The Oscars George Clooney And Julia Roberts return to the big screen as two exes who find themselves on a shared mission to prevent their daughter in love from making the same mistake as they do. Produced by Working Title, Smokehouse Pictures And Red Om Films, Ticket to Paradise is a romantic comedy about how second chances can surprise us. In cinemas from 6 October with Universal Pictures.
In Ticket to Paradise Clooney And Roberts I am a divorced couple who find themselves in Bali for the wedding of their daughter. The two, despite the still strong disagreements, will begin to work together to try to prevent the girl from making the same mistake they thought they had made 25 years before her.
Directed by Ol Parker (Oh mama! Here we go againscreenwriter of the films Marigold Hotel) from his script with Daniel Pipski, Ticket to Paradise is produced by Tim Bevan (The darkest hour, The Danish Girl) And Eric Fellner (The theory of everything, Les Misérables) for Working Titlefrom Sarah Harvey (Marigold Hotelco-producer of In Bruges – The conscience of the murderer), from Deborah Balderstone (Palm Beach, Gone), from George Clooney and the Oscar winner Grant Heslov (Argon, The Midnight Sky) for Smokehouse Pictures and from Julia Roberts And Lisa Roberts Gillan And Marisa Yeres Gill (both co-producers of the series Homecoming) for Red Om Films.
Ticket to Paradise is shot in QueenslandAustralia, thanks to incentives from the Australian federal government and the Production Attraction Strategy from Screen Queensland.