Russell Grove thinks he is great, very great. The Australian star unveiled her film studio project this Wednesday on the east coast of the massive island continent, which is attracting more and more shoots.
Ridley Scott, the Oscar-winning actor for his role in the 2000 film “Gladiator”, said the infrastructure would be built on a former tourist complex in Coffs Harbor, south of Brisbane.
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“For years, I have been thinking about how to connect my living space and my work,” he explained to ABC, an Australian public broadcaster. The venue will accommodate local productions and international film shootings.
The fewer covit, the more shoots
Australia, with its lowest covid-19 pollution rate, is a popular island among many manufacturers, with the government offering millions of dollars in bonuses to encourage them to come. We will cite “Thor: Love and Thunder” in movies, especially studios, to benefit from this. Marvel And “Blacklight”, with Liam Neeson. Other films, such as “Ticket to Paradise” starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney, and the preface to “Mad Max” have chosen Australia as their location.
Russell Crowe’s plan has not yet been approved, but has the support of the local government.
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