Another all-female reboot is heading to the big screen.
Sandra Bullock will star in an-female version of Ocean's 11, according to the Indiewire blog Playlist. There's no word yet on who will star alongside Bullock in the film, but speculation is building that Jennifer Lawrence may sign on. That's because the film's director, Gary Ross, also directed The Hunger Games. Which, YESSSS!
Writer Olivia Milch, who Entertainment Weekly described as "in-demand" these days, is working on the script. She's already written the scripts for two female-centric movies: Little Women and Queen & Country.
According to Playlist, the reboot has actually been in the works since last year, with George Clooney, director Steven Soderbergh—who directed the Ocean's trilogy—and legendary producer Jerry Weintraub fueling the project. Weintraub, however, passed away this summer, leading some to wonder whether the project was on hold. But Playlist reports:
Sources close to the project tell The Playlist that the movie is still definitely in the works, and Milch has handed in a draft of the screenplay.
This marks the second reboot of a popular movie franchise with an all-female cast. A new Ghostbusters film is on its way to theaters starring Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon. Production on the film reportedly wrapped last month.
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