Is 'Ticket to Paradise' streaming? Here's how to watch the rom-com
Want to watch Julia Roberts and George Clooney's new movie? Here's all of the 'Ticket to Paradise' streaming info you need
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The rom-com queen is back! If you're wondering "is Ticket to Paradise streaming?" (because who wouldn't want to witness Julia Roberts' grand return to the genre that made her a star?!) we've got all of the info you need.
Ticket to Paradise happily reunites Roberts—star of some of the best '80s movies (Steel Magnolias, Mystic Pizza) and '90s movies (Pretty Woman, Notting Hill) around—with her Ocean's Eleven co-star and longtime IRL friend George Clooney.
The megawatt stars play Georgia and David, a bitter, bickering divorced couple who team up to sabotage the wedding of their daughter Lily (Booksmart's Kaitlyn Dever) to a man she met only a month ago. Add to the cast Emily in Paris actor Lucas Bravo as Georgia's younger boyfriend and you've got one of our most-anticipated movies of the year.
Will Ticket to Paradise join the pantheon of the best rom-coms? You'll only find out if you watch, so here is your answer to where is Ticket to Paradise streaming.
Is 'Ticket to Paradise' streaming?
After a theatrical release on Thursday, September 20 in the United Kingdom and Friday, October 21 in the United States, Ticket to Paradise became available for streaming on Friday, December 9.
It's no surprise that the Ol Parker-directed flick will exclusively be available on Peacock, given that it's a Universal Studios production, which has a deal with the streaming platform.
Of course, you will need a Peacock subscription to view Ticket to Paradise on the platform. Plans currently include Premium, which is an ad-supported subscription for $4.99 per month, or Premium Plus, which gets you a commercial-free experience and the ability to download and watch titles offline for $9.99 a month.
In the UK, you will be able to stream Julia Roberts' new movie on either Amazon Prime, AppleTV, or on Google Play. You will have to pay to watch the film on these streaming services though, as it isn't included in the price of the regular monthly subscription.
On Prime Video, the movie is available to buy for £13.99 or to rent for £4.99. Bear in mind though, if you rent the movie, you'll have 30 days to watch it, and just 48 hours to finish it once you start it. On Apple TV, the rom-com is available to rent for £4.99—and on Google Play, the "to buy" price is the same as Prime, while the cost of renting it is the cheapest we've seen, at just £3.49.
Watch the 'Ticket to Paradise' trailer:
What is the 'Ticket to Paradise' running time?
The runtime of Ticket to Paradise is one hour 44 minutes.
Where was 'Ticket to Paradise' filmed?
With gorgeous leads like George Clooney and Julia Roberts, you're going to need one hell of a stunning landscape to surround them with. The tropical Ticket to Paradise did just that, with the production filming along the coast of Australia, including Queensland and Brisbane, to sub in for the movie's island setting of Bali.
Aussie isles like Whitsunday Island and Haslewood Island were retrofitted with fishing boats and beach huts to mirror the Indonesian province, per Conde Nast Traveller (opens in new tab), and The Palm Bay Resort, a boutique property in Australia's Long Island, was redressed in Balinese style to act as David and Georgia's island accommodations.
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