Julia Roberts looks stressed on the Queensland set of her film Ticket to Paradise 1

Julia Roberts looks stressed on the Queensland set of her film Ticket to Paradise

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Julia Roberts looks stressed on the Queensland set of her film Ticket to Paradise… but oblivious fans rejoice after catching a glimpse of the Hollywood superstar


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She’s currently shooting a big budget Hollywood film in a tropical paradise largely untouched by the Covid-19 pandemic.

But if Julia Roberts was counting her blessings, she didn’t show it on Wednesday, when the 54-year-old was pictured looking stressed on the Gold Coast set of Ticket to Paradise. 

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The Erin Brockovich star did not look pleased as she was escorted from her trailer for her next scene.  

Pretty unhappy woman: Julia Roberts was pictured looking stressed on the Gold Coast set of Ticket to Paradise on Wednesday

Pretty unhappy woman: Julia Roberts was pictured looking stressed on the Gold Coast set of Ticket to Paradise on Wednesday

By contrast, her co-star Kaitlyn Devers looked far more upbeat, enjoying a laugh with the crew before hopping into a waiting car.

Also enjoying themselves were Julia’s fans, who waited behind a cordon for a glimpse of the Pretty Woman actress.

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Upon seeing her, one mask-clad fan pumped her fists in the air in jubilation. 

A lot on her mind: The Erin Brockovich star did not look pleased as she was escorted from her trailer for her next scene

A lot on her mind: The Erin Brockovich star did not look pleased as she was escorted from her trailer for her next scene

Future's so bright: Julie hid her gaze behind a pair of tortoiseshell shades as she left her trailer

Future’s so bright: Julie hid her gaze behind a pair of tortoiseshell shades as she left her trailer

Filming on the project commenced last month on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane, before moving to The Whitsundays shortly afterwards.

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It was revealed back in March that Julia and co-star George Clooney were heading to Australia to film the hotly anticipated project.

The film received a $6.4million grant from the federal government’s Location Incentive Program. 

Loving it: By contrast, her co-star Kaitlyn Devers (pictured) looked far more upbeat, enjoying a laugh with the crew before hopping into a waiting car

Loving it: By contrast, her co-star Kaitlyn Devers (pictured) looked far more upbeat, enjoying a laugh with the crew before hopping into a waiting car

Daughter role: George Clooney and Julia play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to stop their daughter, played by Dever, from getting married

Daughter role: George Clooney and Julia play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to stop their daughter, played by Dever, from getting married

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George, 60, and Julia play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to stop their daughter, played by Dever, from getting married.

The movie also stars Billie Lourd as Dever’s best friend, who travels with her to Bali, where she decides to marry a local.

The two-month project will be filmed entirely in Queensland, with the picturesque Whitsundays doubling for Bali. 

Stargazing: Also enjoying themselves were Julia's fans, who waited behind a cordon for a glimpse of the Pretty Woman actress

Stargazing: Also enjoying themselves were Julia’s fans, who waited behind a cordon for a glimpse of the Pretty Woman actress

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Psyched: Upon seeing her, one mask-clad fan pumped her fists in the air in jubilation

Psyched: Upon seeing her, one mask-clad fan pumped her fists in the air in jubilation

The production is expected to generate $47million for the Australian economy and create more than 270 jobs. 

Ticket to Paradise is written and directed by Ol Parker, who helmed The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

Longtime friends Julia and George have starred in three films together – Oceans Eleven (2001), Oceans Twelve (2004) and Money Monster (2016).

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Collaborators: Longtime friends Julia and George (pictured in 2016) have starred in three films together - Oceans Eleven (2001), Oceans Twelve (2004) and Money Monster (2016)

Collaborators: Longtime friends Julia and George (pictured in 2016) have starred in three films together – Oceans Eleven (2001), Oceans Twelve (2004) and Money Monster (2016)

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