Angelina Jolie looks set to spend more time Down Under as the star will reportedly film her new movie Unbroken, while using Sydney and rural parts of New South Wales states as her locations.
It was announced earlier today, October 1, that Angelina's new World War II film will be shot in Australia after her current visit where she has been scouting for the right spots.
NSW deputy premier Andrew Stoner has said that Universal Pictures new movie will put millions of dollars into the nation's economy, and is likely to create around 300 new jobs in the area, excluding the need for cast and extras.
"This great news confirms NSW's international status as Australia's premier location for large-scale film production, and demonstrates the world-class standards of our film production industry," he reportedly said.
Unbroken marks Angelina Jolie's second outing behind the camera, following the success of her 2011 film Land of Blood and Honey.
The Oscar-winning actress's new film, Unbroken, is based on Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling book, which tells the story of Olympian and war hero Louis Zamperini.
Garrett Hedlund and former Skins star Jack o' Connell are set to star in the movie.
Angelina has been busy entertaining her brood Down Under, with the star being snapped with her kids Zahara, Shiloh and Pax at the Great Moscow Circus in Rose Bay over the weekend.
The star was seen heading to a surf shop with the three out of her six children in Sydney on Friday (September 27), before she was then spotted shopping at the Bondi Junction shopping centre during the day on Saturday.
The family then headed to the circus for the afternoon, where they were snapped looking like they were all having a blast.
Whilst Ange was busy admiring circus acts in Oz, her other half Brad Pitt, who is currently filming Fury in Oxfordshire, took the couple's five-year-old twins, Knox and Vivienne, for a fun day out at Legoland in Windsor.
Talk about working parents!