GET the popcorn ready – Love is in the Air, starring Delta Goodrem, drops on Netflix today (September 28).
And a lot of the movie was filmed in the Whitsundays – so you can play ‘spot the location’ at the same time!
Everyone was on high alert earlier this year (February/March) when superstar songstress Delta, and the rest of the crew and cast, were filming in the region.
Love is in the Air follows an ultra-committed pilot flying in the tropics (Dana Randall played by Ms Goodrem) who finds herself falling for the man sent to sink her business.
Also starring Joshua Sasse, Roy Billing and Steph Tisdell, the story follows Ms Goodrem’s character as she flies to remote island communities, weathers a tropical storm, and works to keep her business flying.
The movie’s fictional base is Fullerton, but keen eyes will spot the similarities with real-life, popular holiday destination Airlie Beach.
The movie was primarily filmed in the Whitsundays and, as the scenes play out, the landscapes steal the show.
The film showcases all the things the Whitsundays are famous for: Scenic islands, azure blue water, ocean views around every corner, and diverse locations.
With many Hollywood and local movies recently filmed in the Whitsundays – such as Ticket to Paradise and Spiderhead – the renowned location is no stranger to movie sets.
Love is in the Air is written by Adrian Powers, Caera Bradshaw and Katharine E. McPhee, and directed by Adrian Powers.
The producers are Steve Jaggi, Kelly Son Hing and Kylie Pascoe, with executive producers Lee Matthews, Janine Pearce, Michael Gray and Jip Panosot.
Screen Queensland CEO Courtney Gibson said the production was 100 per cent made in Queensland, with the support of the Screen Finance program, Regional Incentive and Post, Digital and Visual Effects (PDV) Incentive.