Last fall, it was announced that Sandra Bullock would lead an all-female reboot of Ocean’s Eleven, and that a Hunger Games executive Gary Ross would approach it. With a Ghostbusters all-female reboot set to be expelled subsequent month, it’s not startling that people have started going crazy over who they hoped would join Bullock in a film.
The 2001 film staring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and others was a reconstitute of 1960’s Rat Pack film, and was so successful it finished adult carrying dual sequels. The film was destined by Steven Soderbergh, a crony and co-operator of Gary Ross.
“You know, Steven Soderbergh and we are impossibly tighten friends, and we would not have finished this if we weren’t,” Ross told SlashFilm. “I don’t consider he would’ve wanted anyone to do it if we weren’t. This is unequivocally most an prolongation and a continuation. He’s a writer on a movie.”
“We’re opposite filmmakers, obviously, so there will be those differences,” he went on to say, “but one of a things I’m drawn to is a extraordinary tinge Steven was means to create, and we plead that a lot,” Ross added. “I’m in no approach perplexing to reinvent a tone, and I’m anxious and respected to be fluctuating it. It’s unequivocally fun to work with.”
Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling, Elizabeth Banks, and Helena Bonham Carter have all been discussed as possibilities for a new all-female cast. In a meantime, film buffs and Sandra Bullock fans will have to stay tuned for serve sum about a arriving project.