20 years after Ocean’s Eleven, its director is thinking about the rest.
Don cheadle will soon be showing Space Jam: New Era, but also of No Sudden Move, which marks his reunion with the director of Ocean, Steven soderbergh. And the actor ensures that 20 years after the release of the first film, the latter has ideas for the sequel. “We used to talk about it at one time, then Bernie (Mac) died, so very quickly we thought: ‘No, we don’t want to do a sequel’, remembers Don Cheaddle. But there, I just made a movie with Steven and he said to me: ‘I think there is a way to do it again. I’m thinking about it.’ He didn’t go any further, so I don’t know what it will be, or who will be in the movie. I imagine the main group will come back? It would be interesting to see that. “
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Ocean’s Eleven was very successful in 2001, so much so that it had two sequels, Ocean’s Twelve, in 2004, then Ocean’s Thirtein, in 2007. The three heist films were directed by Steven Soderbergh, then he produced a female spin-off, in 2018, titled Ocean’s Eight and worn by Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Rihanna … Will he soon bring back the original robbery team? Two comedians died: Bernie Mac, in 2008, and Carl Reiner, in 2020, and –attention, spoilers!– we learn in the last film that Danny Ocean, the hero played by George Clooney, has disappeared, but if Soderbergh is up for a new opus, he will certainly find a trick to bring him back alongside Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Elliott Gould and the others?
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