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Brangelina Fans in Surfers in For a Treat

By Andrew Bell

Angelina Jolie is bringing her clan down under for her latest venture, and the Hollywood star may relocate to Surfers Paradise while she directs 'Unbroken.'

The question of where Angelina, partner Brad Pitt and their brood of six will live for the two month period is being examined by the media.

The Gold Coast news has suggested the superstar may consider Surfers Paradise Property, and she is allegedly looking for a large piece of real estate with access to the Warner Brothers studios in Oxenford on the Gold Coast.

Those living in nearby Main Beach real estate might catch a glimpse of tinseltown royalty because a Coomera Estate and Sanctuary cove mansion are top picks for Brangelina, according to the Gold Coast News.

Whether the family relocates to Surfers Paradise or not, the movie will provide a boost to the local film industry.

Arts Minister Ian Walker said the film will bring millions of dollars into Queensland's economy and boost employment in the state as well as providing benefits for local businesses.

He said the suitability of locations and quality of facilities at the village roadshow are key reasons the film will be partly filmed in Queensland.

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