Details revealed for next Oceans film starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling

Barbie: Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling
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The yet-to-be titled new Ocean’s project is set to enter production later this month in France with a few other details emerging.

We’ve known for around a year now that after production wrapped up on the Barbie movie, both of the film’s leads (Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling) were turning their attention towards a new addition to the Ocean’s 11 series and perhaps, subsequent sequels too. Original reports last year suggested the film would be a 1960s-set prequel to the mainline Oceans movies, but it’s looking increasingly likely that the project is going to be closer to a direct remake of the 1960s original.

Jay Roach, who directed Robbie in Bombshell, has been tapped to helm the production and the project is reportedly set to go before the cameras by the end of this month.

Given that production is clearly ramping up, we’d expect a laundry list of star names to be announced alongside Robbie and Gosling, unless the film plans to break with the tradition of previous entrants in the series.

Alfred Hitchcock’s To Catch A Thief has been named as an inspiration, and that film is a classic two-hander so whilst we’re still expecting more star names, there’s always the chance that this could be a different type of Oceans film to the ensemble movies we’re used to and that sounds good to us.

Filming is set to take place in France with the story set ‘in Monte Carlo in 1962 during the Monaco Grand Prix as an old-fashioned epic love story/adventure disguised as a heist.”

It all sounds intriguing and if Robbie and Gosling prove to have sufficient chemistry in the upcoming Barbie movie, then that will only heighten anticipation for their next venture. We’ll let you know more, including the project’s official title, as we hear it.

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