Actor and climate activist Matt Damon reportedly traveled in a private jet to film parts of his new movie Thor: Love and Thunder in Australia.
Damon reportedly flew with co-star Chris Hemsworth and members of their entourage from Byron Bay in New South Wales to Sydney, according to a report from the Daily Mail.
The report included photos of the stars disembarking from the plane, and it remains unclear what Damon and Hemsworth were doing in Byron Bay, but they are expected to shoot scenes at Fox Studios Australia, located in the Sydney area, according to Breitbart.
The Damon family recently arrived in Australia and completed their mandatory, 14-day private quarantine in a $7,000-a-night mansion, according to the report.
Matt’s immigration lawyer, Rebekah O’Sullivan said her client had “privately arranged and funded” his two-week quarantine with his wife and children so as not to create ‘”any burden to the Australian taxpayer whatsoever.”
In the 2014 award winning Showtime documentary series “Years of Living Dangerously,” Damon warned about the dangers of climate change.
“How we behave will have a very serious impact on the world that these next generations are going to inherit,” he said in a promotional clip for the series.