George Clooney E Julia Roberts Local government funds for big-budget productions in Australia and the country’s low exposure to the coronavirus epidemic are the most recent Hollywood stars filmed in Australia.
A movie Ticket to heaven This year, a grant equal to $ 4.9 million Queensland was received to record in the Whitsunday Islands and other parts of the Australian state.
Other stars who have landed in Australia in recent months for film and television recordings include Matt Damon, Mark Whaleberg, Natalie Portman, Zac Efron, Idris Elba, Liam Neeson, Melissa McCarthy and Tom Hank.
Nicole Kidman and Chris Hemsworth are taking home some of Australia’s biggest productions, although the arrival of the heavyweight has given rise to some criticism due to a government ban on Australian nationals and reports that some celebrities have sidelined hotel configurations is.
Australia’s aggressive response, including epidemics, lockdowns and border closures, has dramatically reduced community transmission of the virus, making the country popular for Hollywood’s so-called “fugitive productions”.
Filmmakers have also cited a $ 306 million increase in subsidies for Australian rentals from 2020 as a reason.
in Ticket to heaven, The Whitsunday Islands replace Bali, Indonesia, and Clooney and Roberts live in a divorced couple who attend their daughter’s wedding.