Baz Luhrmann's Gone with the Wind-style period epic is not only officially a go, it's landed its chief location. According to local paper The Kimberley Echo, it's called Coolibah Station, it's in Australia's Northern Territory and – wait for it – it's a fully-operational crocodile farm. Few details have been leaked about the script, but the film is purportedly a deep romance (does Baz Luhrmann do anything else?), although if Coolibah's current residents get involved, it'll certainly add an interesting twist. The $40 million film is reportedly scheduled to house its 300-member crew on the station for three months.