Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, who recently shared the screen in Barbie, are set to team up once again in a new installment of the Ocean’s Eleven franchise.
The announcement has sparked excitement among fans and industry insiders, given the dynamic chemistry between these two acclaimed actors.
Josey McNamara, the producer of the highly successful Barbie, spoke enthusiastically about the duo during a red carpet event at the BFI London Film Festival, calling them “wonderful together.”
McNamara, who co-founded LuckyChap Entertainment alongside Margot Robbie, her husband Tom Ackerley, and Sophia Kerr, emphasized their potential as a stellar on-screen pairing.
While specific plot details for the upcoming Ocean’s Eleven film remain shrouded in secrecy, McNamara assured fans that the production team is dedicated to respecting and upholding the legacy of this iconic heist franchise.
He expressed his excitement for audiences to experience the film when it’s ready, making it clear that the project aims to live up to the high standards set by its predecessors.
Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling’s collaboration in Barbie garnered significant attention and proved their compatibility as co-stars.
The new film, set as a period piece in the 1960s, promises to be an exciting venture for both the actors and fans of the Ocean’s Eleven series.
The Ocean’s Eleven franchise, originally a 1960 heist film, experienced a successful reboot in 2001 with director Steven Soderbergh.
This Las Vegas-based heist movie, led by George Clooney as Danny Ocean, eventually spawned two direct sequels, Ocean’s Twelve and Ocean’s Thirteen, and the all-female spinoff Ocean’s 8 in 2018.
Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling record breaking ‘Barbie’
Barbie itself marked a significant triumph, securing a place in the record books by earning more than 1.437 million dollars in global ticket sales, outperforming other 2023 releases.
It also became Warner Bros.’ highest-grossing theatrical release of all time (not adjusted for inflation) and solidified Greta Gerwig as the highest-grossing female director of a live-action
Margot Robbie, who was anticipated to earn 50 million dollars from the project, has championed Barbie as a billion-dollar enterprise since its inception.