Those are the famous last words for all prime suspects, but Sandra Bullock hopes to have better luck in Ocean's 8, which takes the template set up in Ocean's Eleven film series - attractive people plan a robbery - and flips the gender.
The clip shows Bullock as Debbie Ocean, the sister of Danny Ocean, who was played by George Clooney in the previous Ocean's films. She is accompanied by Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna, and Helena Bonham Carter.
So what's new? A few numbers: $16.5 million (the amount of money each thief will receive from the heist) and five years, eight months and 12 days (Debbie's prison term). Anne Hathaway stars as Daphne, the actress whose necklace they conspire to pocket during a major gala. All in plain sight.
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"Ocean's 8" also stars James Corden as an insurance investigator trying to put the pieces together, and Richard Armitage as Kluger's unwitting date at the Gala.
The official trailer for Ocean's 8, the all female ensemble installment in the Ocean's franchise has arrived!
Just as the first trailer, the second is full of stylistic nods to the original Ocean's trilogy, like a high stakes crime (what's more high stakes than robbing the Metropolitan Museum of Art?), witty banter and smooth-as-silk criminals. The executive producers on the project are Michael Tadross, Susan Ekins, Sandra Bullock, Diana Alvarez and Bruce Berman, with Milch co-producing.