Colin Farrell and Viggo Mortensen fly under the radar as they step out on the Gold Coast – after jetting Down Under to film Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives
They travelled to Queensland, Australia, last month to film Ron Howard’s new blockbuster Thirteen Lives.
And actors Colin Farrell, 44, and Viggo Mortensen, 62, were spotted on the Gold Coast on Monday as they stepped out for a leisurely stroll in-between filming.
The actors attempted to fly under the radar as they strolled down the footpath separately, with Viggo concealing his famous face behind sunglasses and a hat.
A-lister on the move! Colin Farrell, 44, stepped out for a leisurely stroll in-between filming Ron Howard’s upcoming film Thirteen Lives on the Gold Coast on Monday
He completed his look with a black jacket, blue T-shirt and jeans.
Irish-born Colin, meanwhile, showed off his bulging biceps in a dark blue T-shirt and baggy black trackpants.
He clutched a brown leather bag and a white envelope – perhaps containing a copy of his script.
Superstar sighting: Fellow Thirteen Lives star Viggo Mortensen, 62, also attempted to fly under the radar as he went for a walk
Production on Thirteen Lives began in March, with the Gold Coast hinterland doubling for the film’s location of Thailand.
The film will tell the story of the dramatic 2018 rescue of 12 young boys and their soccer coach after they ventured deep into a cave which later became flooded.
Production is expected to inject more than $96million into the local economy, and create jobs for 435 cast and crew members, as well as an additional 3,400 background actors.
Based on a true story: Directed by Ron Howard (pictured), Thirteen Lives will tell the story of the dramatic 2018 rescue of 12 young boys and their soccer coach after they ventured deep into a cave which later became flooded
Tinseltown Down Under! Currently in production in Sydney is the new Thor film, starring Natalie Portman (right), Chris Hemsworth (left), Christian Bale, Matt Damon and Chris Pratt
It comes amid reports Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence will travel to Australia soon to film the latest Fantastic Four movie, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The paper reports that the Marvel superhero film franchise is set to ‘bed down’ in Australia ‘for the foreseeable future’.
Australia has become its own Hollywood hub over the past year, with swarms of A-listers fleeing coronavirus-ravaged America to work on projects Down Under.
A-list invasion! Julia Roberts is currently in Australia preparing to film a new political thriller in Sydney
Currently in production in Sydney is the new Thor: Love and Thunder film, starring Natalie Portman, Chris Hemsworth, Christian Bale, Matt Damon and Chris Pratt.
Julia Roberts and Sean Penn are meanwhile expected to film a new political thriller in Sydney, with Julia arriving earlier last month.
Zac Efron was also recently in South Australia to film the Stan original movie Gold and is currently filming his Netflix series Down To Earth in Australia.
Other stars in Australia include Melissa McCarthy, Isla Fisher and husband Sacha Baron Cohen, Rita Ora, Russell Crowe and Sam Worthington and wife Lara Bingle.
Familiar face: Zac Efron was also recently in South Australia to film the Stan original movie Gold and is currently filming his Netflix series Down To Earth in Australia