“The poster for ‘Ocean’s Eight’ is here and it is pretty good” links

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  1. Jag says:

    Does that say “with Rihanna?” How in the world does she get a higher designation than everyone there except for Helena Bonham Carter, who got the coveted “and?”

    It’s a nice poster, but I really hope that the movie is good and not another “Ghostbusters” debacle.

  2. yaaaaas
    rihanna is soo gonna slay
    l love sandra as Danny’s sister
    crazzzzzy lol

  3. Lucy says:

    I! Am! So! Hyped! For this movie!!!

  4. Marie says:

    I have that poster saved as my phone screensaver already. Ocean’s 8 is on my must watch list for 2018, together with Infinity War, Black Panther and A Wrinkle In Time. I’m loving Mindy’s project choices post TMP.

  5. Lucy says:

    lol who’s gonna pay to see this lame movie ?

  6. moo says:

    at first glance, I thought this was another #metoo moment…… :/
    as a movie, the line up looks pretty good – may have to see this one

  7. Betsy says:

    I don’t like most of those actresses, but I’ll still see it. Albeit not in the theater (so. loud.)

  8. Neelyo says:

    That poster is probably ten times better than the movie will be.

  9. smcollins says:

    Something to look forward to in 2018. I’m so there.

  10. Lori says:

    Is no3 from the left Amal?

    Edit: or maybe Anne I guess.

  11. BlossomBetch says:

    I dunno. Making a (probably one-off) all-female instalment of a male-oriented franchise is kind of lame, imo. I’d much rather see an original series of high quality films that uses its female characters as assets and not gimmicks. Call me cynical, but when this bombs, producers are going to be like: “Female-led action thrillers don’t sell”, when as the 4th(?) film in the series, it didn’t really stand a chance against the smelly fanboys of an established franchise. Like the disastrous Ghostbusters reboot, I’m worried this’ll do more harm than good. Bring on creativity and new material.

    • Lori says:

      I had the same thought at first. Why do the ladies have to remake a male concept when we are perfectly capable of making our own. Same with Ghostbusters.

      But I’m buying a ticket for Rihanna, Sarah and Helena. They tricked me into it with their sneaky casting 😛

  12. Kath says:

    I would prefer an original concept rather than the whole ‘female remake/installment’ thing, but – after this year of hell – I will support ANY film that puts women front-and-centre.

  13. StillTotalled says:

    Whatever.
    I loved the theatrical release of Ghostbusters 2017. DVD version not so much.

  14. Ann says:

    I will support any movies starring women over 40. Here is my money!

  15. HeyThere! says:

    I will actually see this on the big screen because it’s important this movie does well! Plus I think it will be entertaining!

  16. Gia says:

    It was also directed by the one of the Hunger Games directors who is known in circles as a misogynistic douche.