Julia Roberts opens up about her return to acting following 4-year hiatus

Julia Roberts talked about the difficulties she encountered while filming her new movie Ticket to Paradise after a four-year break.

The Pretty Woman actress talked candidly about her comeback to acting in an interview with The New York Times alongside George Clooney, her co-star in the romantic comedy.

Roberts told the magazine, "I just take it all as it comes. "I don't have any impending acting roles, and I try to be very present and not plan.

Returning to a routine is really gratifying. And I enjoy being at home and a mother."

"Being in Australia [to film] was really difficult due to all of the Covid laws, and I believe it's a true credit to our relationship and the creative atmosphere we were in that it wasn't even more difficult, since I'm not made to be one person anymore. It's only that it's not in my cellphone data "She continued.

Roberts, who has three teenage children with husband Danny Moder, Henry, 15, and twins Phinneas and Hazel, 17, claimed it was the "longest" period she has been away from her family.

"The Clooneys saved me from extreme loneliness and misery," Roberts said of Clooney, his wife Amal, and their children Alexander and Ella.

We were trapped in a bubble, and it was the longest time I'd ever spent away from my family." "I don't think I've spent that much time alone since I was 25," said Roberts.