Julia Roberts and George Clooney are officially on their fifth project together at this weekend’s new movie release, A ticket to heaven. The film brings Roberts (who led some of the Best romantic comedies of all time) Going back to the kind that arguably made her a household name. While the actress was definitely treading familiar ground with her recurring star, she struggled with one thing while starring alongside Clooney this time around, which prompted the film’s director to give her a note.
Ol Parker, who has previously directed good films like Mama Mia! here we go again And the Best exotic Marigold hotel Before directing George Clooney and Julia Roberts, he hid from his time working with the stars. While doing so, he explained that Roberts always had trouble with one aspect of the party – being mean to Clooney:
Can you blame her, though? I mean, we’re talking about George Clooney First, Julia Roberts has been a good friend of the actor for years. As their manager said Entertainment Weekly, Roberts was walking on Clooney when their characters, two divorcees who have had years of resentment against each other, had scenes together. Parker continued:
I don’t need to tell you that the actress is the most popular name in romantic comedies. She got her breakout role in the ’90s Pretty woman He would go on to star in many other successful films of this genre during the 1990s. Which Breaking a big glass ceiling for women in Hollywood as a result of this successBy asking and receiving $20 million for the 2000 championship Optical fiber.
In the film, Julia Roberts and George Clooney play girlfriends who must meet again for their daughter’s wedding in Bali. Once they get there, they band together to break up the party because both of them do not agree to the union. Being a true blue rom-com getting a theatrical release, the flick is kind of a novelty. Clooney called Universal Pictures ‘courageous’ To send the movie to the big screen in the era of broadcasting.
The production garnered mixed reviews from critics, with CinemaBlend’s A ticket to heaven reconsidering Giving it a 2 out of 5, saying it’s “the introduction of a lazy type who screams stars as they figure out a way to go on vacation together and get paid.” Movie-goers respond more warmly to the film overall, considering it an A- Cinema. The movie also hit A major milestone in the international box office Before the local opening weekend.
If anything, viewers must laugh well at seeing Julia Roberts and George Clooney’s characters verbally tear each other to shreds. And those who enjoy it should be very grateful to Roberts for getting past her and throwing some spurious insults at her star.
Heaven ticketone of the most popular titles on the upcoming movie schedule, is now playing.