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Julia Roberts and George Clooney have given fans a glimpse into their filming process.
The duo revealed a scene in “Ticket to Paradise” involving a single kiss that took “about six months” to film in a recent interview with The New York Times.
“Yeah. I said to my wife, ‘It took 80 takes,'” Clooney told the outlet. “She was like, ‘What is this?'”
“It took us 79 takes of laughing and then one take of kissing,” Roberts explained.
Clooney replied, “Well, we had to get it right.”
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Roberts and Clooney were touring together for the first time since the duo last collaborated six years ago. The film casts Roberts and Clooney as two long-divorced parents who come together to stop their daughter from impulsively marrying a man she just met.
“Ticket to Paradise” also marks Roberts’ first romantic comedy in 20 years.
The ‘Pretty Woman’ actress recently opened up about why she hasn’t done a rom-com in years.
“People sometimes misinterpret the time that has passed without me doing a rom-com as if I didn’t want to do one,” Roberts told the outlet. “If I had read something I thought was ‘Notting Hill’ level of writing or crazy level of fun at my best friend’s wedding, I would. They didn’t exist before this movie that I just made and Ol Parker wrote and directed.”
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“But even with that, I was like, ‘Well, disaster, because it only works if it’s George Clooney,'” she continued. “Lo and behold, George felt it only worked with me. Somehow we were both able to do it, and off we went.”
Fans can watch “Ticket to Paradise” starting October 21 and streaming on Peacock 45 days later.
The film is directed by Ol Parker, known for “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again”, and also stars Kaitlyn Dever.
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