“Ghostbusters” won't be the only franchise getting the all-female treatment -- Sandra Bullock has partnered with George Clooney to revive the “Ocean’s 11” series, this time with an all female cast!

In the original “Ocean’s 11” film, starring Rat Pack actors Peter Lawford, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Joey Bishop, a team of men set out to pull off a record breaking heist on New Years Eve. In Steven Soderbergh's revival of the series in 2001, George Clooney and Brat Pitt lead another all-male team to steal over $150,000,000 from the Belagio Casino in Las Vegas. Clooney and Pitt made two more films, rounding the “Ocean’s” franchise out to a trilogy. 

Now Indiewire is reporting that Clooney will be reviving the series again, this time with Sandra Bullock staring in the lead role, presumably as a female Danny Ocean. Her team will consist of all women, which is similar to what Paul Feig is doing with his all-female troop of “Ghostbusters.” 

Gary Ross is set to direct the film, with Clooney staying on as producer. 

Who would you want to see on Sandra's team of lady grifters, hackers, and thieves? Let me know in the comments below!


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