George Clooney and Julia Roberts have, allegedly, agreed to ban Amal Clooney from the set of their new movie, Ticket to Paradise.
According to New Idea, Julia Roberts is thrilled to have George on board so she wants to make sure that she could keep the actor all to herself.
Julia Roberts wants George Clooney to focus on her
Roberts doesn’t, allegedly, want George to worry about his wife and twins while they’re filming. As such, the actress has decided to ban George’s wife from visiting him on set.
“George is being encouraged not to have Amal or their twins visit him while they’re on set. Given the dangers of traveling at the moment, it does make sense,” the source said.
The insider also claimed that George is more than happy to oblige. And he’s even jokingly told Amal that she’s been banned from the island where they’re filming.
Julia Roberts, George Clooney new movie
According to the tabloid, Roberts and George are going all-out in their movie because they know it would be an absolute money-spinner for them.
In the film, the A-listers will be playing the roles of a divorced couple, who will journey through Bali to prevent their daughter from getting hitched.
While Julia Roberts and George’s upcoming project does sound exciting, there’s no truth to the tabloid’s claims.
The Pretty Woman star hasn’t banned Amal from visiting her husband on their island set.
More rumors about the A-listers
Meanwhile, this isn’t the first time that Roberts and George were embroiled in dubious claims made by the tabloids.
This week, Life & Style alleged that George was quitting Hollywood to become a full-time dad.
However, the tabloid simply rehashed the actor’s previous statements on fatherhood. George said that he’s having a blast being a dad to twins, but he never said that fatherhood will make him quit his career.
As for Roberts, Globe claimed that the actress is on a trial separation with her husband of 18 years.
However, the tabloid debunked their own claims when they said that Julia Roberts will be away from her husband because of her work.
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