Julia Roberts Explains How George Clooney ‘Saved’ Her While Filming ‘Ticket to Paradise’

Julia Roberts has opened up about how George Clooney ‘saved’ her while filming her new movie.

The Hollywood star has reunited with her Ocean’s Eleven and money monster Co-star for a new romantic comedy entitled Entrance ticket to paradise.

In the film, the couple play two divorced parents who travel to Bali after learning that their daughter Lily (Kaitlyn Dever) is planning to marry a local man she just met.

Instead of supporting the marriage, they decide to work together to sabotage the wedding to prevent Lily from making the same mistake they made 25 years earlier.

The couple shot the film abroad and starred in an interview The New York TimesRoberts said it was “the longest time I’ve been away from my family.”

She added, “I don’t think I’ve spent that much time alone since I was 25.”

Roberts hinted that she would have struggled if she hadn’t had a co-star she hit it off with, and credited Clooney and his wife Amal for keeping her company.

“The Clooneys saved me from utter loneliness and despair,” she told the outlet.

Clooney added: “We started in Hamilton Island [in Australia]with all these wild birds, and Julia had the house right below Amal and me and the kids.

Julia Roberts and George Clooney in 2020

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“I came out early in the morning and said ‘Caa-caa’ and Julia came out and said ‘Caa-caa’. And then we brought her down a cup of coffee. To my children she was Aunt Juju.”

Entrance ticket to paradise hits theaters on September 16th.

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