So, guess what? Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, the awesome twosome from the mega Barbie hit that raked in a whopping $1.4 billion globally, are making a comeback on the big screen! Their Barbie gig even clinched the title of Warner Bros.’ highest-grossing film ever, and now, the studio is hoping lightning will strike twice by pairing them up for the Ocean’s franchise sequel.
Ocean’s 8 Vibes: Girl Power Heist Adventure
Before this reunion, there was Ocean’s 8 in 2018, starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna, and more. That female-powered heist flick had everyone hooked with its crazy theft plot, becoming a symbol of kick-ass feminist storytelling. Now, all eyes are on the sequel, with Margot and Ryan taking the lead.
Top Secret Mission in Margot Robbie & Ryan Gosling New Project: Ocean’s 11 Prequel Deets Under Wraps
The lowdown on the Ocean’s prequel with Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, director Jay Roach, and writer Carrie Solomon is still a mystery. Josey McNamara, the big shot from LuckyChap Entertainment and producer of the Ocean’s 11 prequel, spilled just a teeny bit, saying, “I can’t spill all the tea, but we’re trying to do right by this franchise. Can’t wait for y’all to feel it when it’s cooked and ready.”
LuckyChap Crew: Making Things and Margot Robbie be Happen
Josey McNamara, one of the brains behind LuckyChap Entertainment with Margot Robbie, Tom Ackerley, and Sophie Kerr, is all in for the Robbie-Gosling post-Barbie reunion. She’s hoping this is just the beginning of many cool projects for the duo, praising their epic teamwork and the potential for more awesomeness down the line.
Big Players: LuckyChap’s Impact on the Scene
LuckyChap Entertainment, the genius team behind Barbie and the upcoming hit “Saltburn” by Emerald Fennell, is all set to back up the Ocean’s 11 prequel. These guys aren’t just about one-hit wonders; they’re changing the game in the cinema world.
Teasing the Plot: What’s Cooking in the Ocean’s 11 Prequel
While the deets of the latest Ocean’s prequeltightly guarded, word on the street is that it might set in 1960s Europe, breaking away from the original Las Vegas vibe of the 1960 Rat Pack film and the early 2000s trilogy with George Clooney. This time-travel promises a fresh take, moving away from the New York-centered plot of Ocean’s 8.
People are on the edge of their seats, waiting for the Ocean’s 11 prequel reveal. It’s not just about the A-list cast; it’s about keeping the legacy alive for a franchise that’s been stealing hearts for ages. Can’t wait!