'Ocean's 8' Review
A few months before the release of the all-female version of “Ghostbusters” in 2016, Warner Bros. announced they were developing an “Ocean’s” reboot with a prominently female cast. The reason the film’s called “Ocean’s 8” and not another “Ocean’s 11” is because the studio hopes this can become another trilogy, with “Ocean’s 9” and “Ocean’s 10” down the line. However, after wading through “Ocean’s 8″ it’s tough to make a legit case for the need for sequels.
'Ocean's 8' Second Trailer
Having fun is a crime in the second trailer of 'Ocean's 8'
Based on new footage from Warner Bros. all female-led "Ocean's" spin-off, audiences can go in expecting a pleasure-filled romp featuring characters so on #brand we have no choice but to believe they’re capable of stealing a single piece of jewelry worth $150 million dollars!
Ocean's 8 Official Trailer
Sandra Bullock assembles her crew in the first trailer for 'Ocean's 8'
Despite the obvious story and character beats, the success of 8's pleasure-filled romp rests squarely on the shoulders of an Ocean not named Danny. — It was a mistake, but it happened. And um, if I were to be released, I would um, I would just want the simple life. I would want to hold down a job, make some friends, you know, pay my bills - Debbie Ocean