HOLLYWOOD star Clive Owen (Elizabeth: The Golden Age, The Bourne Identity) was in Hendon yesterday making last-minute preparations for the new Scott Hicks’ movie The Boys Are Back.
iThe $18.5 million production – the biggest SA movie directed by a local – starts principle photography on Monday
Looking dapper in a white shirt, black slacks and skate shoes, the Oscar-nominated star arrived in an Audi A8 at 9.30am and left in mid-afternoon.
The production offices in the old Tytronics building were a hive of activity gearing up for the eight-week shoot.
The Boys Are Back producer Tim White revealed the production would inject about $10 million in to the SA economy.
The movie will use locations across Adelaide including a McLaren Flat vineyard, Flinders Private Hospital, the airport, The Advertiser newsroom and Kangarilla Primary School.
The production will wrap up on November 29 with post-production expected to be completed by mid-2009.
Source: News Australia