How to Watch Ticket to Paradise Starring George Clooney and Julia … – Collider

Rom-com royalty herself Julia Roberts and iconic George Clooney take us on a Bali adventure in Universal’s upcoming romantic comedy film.
Ticket to Paradise, Universal Pictures' much-anticipated romantic comedy, is finally available to stream. It was written and directed by Ol Parker, who is no stranger to the genre with his previous directorial credits in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again and Imagine Me & You.
A genre that misses its classics can always benefit from the industry's heavyweights hitting the screen, and when it comes to leading roles, it can’t get much bigger than George Clooney and Julia Roberts.
On one hand, Roberts holds an Oscar, a BAFTA award, and three Golden Globes. She’s undoubtedly part of the rom-com royalty, having starred in some of the most acclaimed films of the genre with Pretty Woman and Notting Hill, among many others. Clooney, on the other, is a four-time Golden Globe, two-time Oscar, and one-time BAFTA winner. While he’s not afraid to take on projects such as The Thin Red Line or Gravity, he has also shown a more light-hearted side in rom-coms including One Fine Day and Intolerable Cruelty.
Not only does Ticket to Paradise star two of the most renowned names in Hollywood, but they also serve as executive producers. And in addition to their outstanding individual talent, both Roberts and Clooney have already proven their on-screen chemistry as they’ve worked together on films like Money Monster and Ocean's Eleven, just to name a few. The cast is rounded out by rising talents Kaitlyn Dever (Booksmart) and Maxime Bouttier (Meet Me After Sunset), plus Lucas Bravo (Emily in Paris) and Billie Lourd (American Horror Story) in smaller roles.
Here we share further details regarding what the film is about, when and where to watch it, and some other love stories to binge if you loved Ticket to Paradise.
Editor's Note: This piece was updated on December 16.
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Ticket to Paradise hit US theaters on October 21, 2022. It is also still playing in some theaters, you can check out the links below to see if there are showtimes near you:
If there are no theaters near you that are playing Ticket to Paradise, you're in luck as the romantic comedy is now available to stream exclusively on Peacock for Premium and Premium Plus subscribers as of December 16, 2022.
Watch on Peacock
For those who aren't subscribed to Peacock, Ticket to Paradise is also available to purchase or rent on-demand.
Ticket to Paradise released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD on December 13, 2022. The film is available at your retailer of choice, or you can purchase it on Amazon.
Purchase on Amazon
The story begins with, David (Clooney), and Georgia’s (Roberts) daughter, Lily's (Dever) soon-to-be wedding in Bali to fiancé Gede (Bouttier). Now divorced, the future bride’s parents believe their daughter is making a big mistake — just like they did back in the day — and travel each on their own to try to stop her, initially unaware that they both have the same plan.
They may not stand each other at the beginning, but perhaps a common goal will water down the long-standing feud and bring them together in an unexpected way. For her part, Lily knows her parents' track record and asks them to behave with her special day just around the corner. Of course, these carry on with their plan anyway.
Like any great film of its kind, romance is at the heart of the story — but the twist of family drama and countless laughs are sure to come as well.
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Universal Pictures put up the Ticket to Paradise trailer on its YouTube channel in late June, so rom-com fans have been expecting the release for a few months now. Haven't watched it yet? You can find it below.
For those who think there's nothing quite like the old-school rom-com, releases like Ticket to Paradise are certainly exciting.
If you couldn't enough of Ticket to Paradise, you can also check out these films:
Blue Jay – Starring Sarah Paulson as Amanda and Mark Duplass as Jim, Blue Jay is definitely not comedy, but the romantic bit is profound and undeniable. It tells the story of the fortuitous encounter between two old high school sweethearts, who spend time together again as they remember why they fell for each other. For those seeking tales about reviving the flame of love, this film is essential.
Set it Up – What this film has in common with Ticket to Paradise is that, in both, the protagonists join forces with a common goal. But while in Set It Up they seek to bring two people together, in Ticket to Paradise they try to tear them apart. Set it Up stars Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell, with none other than Lucy Liu in a supporting role.
My Best Friend's Wedding If you want more of Julia Roberts, this is one of her must-watch romantic comedies. With an Oscar nomination for Best Score, My Best Friend's Wedding follows Julianne, a young Julia Roberts determined to steal her best friend's heart, with whom she realizes she is in love, a few days before his wedding.
Up in the Air – If, on the other hand, you're a George Clooney fan, this is a romance movie starring the iconic actor. Directed by Jason Reitman (Juno), Up in the Air is about businessman Ryan Bingham (Clooney) as he meets Alex, the woman of his dreams played by the dreamy Vera Farmiga. However, not everything is a bed of roses as love could get in the way of his career and, even worse, his frequent flyer miles.
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