The hugely anticipated heist movie just dropped its jam-packed action trailer. Oh,and it stars pretty much every powerful woman in Hollywood that you'd want in a kick ass heist movie: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafina, Sarah Paulson and, of course, Rihanna.
The new, full trailer includes some telling introductions to the characters all of the celebs will be playing, and even a few hints about the plot.
If you were wondering how Oceans 8 connects to its predecessors, the film centres around Debbie Ocean, the estranged sister of George Clooney's, Danny Ocean from the original series - who is apparently dead in the new oceans, if you happened to catch that quick shot of Debbie visiting the grave of her older brother, who apparently dies in 2018. However, Clooney is producing the project, so let's assume everything is not as it seems.
And if you weren't already excited about the prospect of an original Oceans cast member working on the new Oceans film, IMBD's cast credits lists other Oceans trilogy star Matt Damon as a cast member.
While Oceans 8 doesn't have a set release date yet, the trailer does say we can expect it to hit theatres in summer 2018. Start popping your popcorn, everyone.
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In an emailed statement to Narcity, Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair's director of communications, James Cudmore, said he could not confirm Bloomberg's reporting and said the Canada-U.S. border closure could be extended beyond its current expiration date of May 21.
"Minister Blair is in regular contact with his American counterparts about issues relating to our shared border," Cudmore said. "Until the conditions on both sides of the border change very substantively, the measures at our borders will remain intact."
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Vaccines are being administered at the Toronto Zoo Special Events Centre at 2000 Meadowvale Rd., and proof of address is required at the clinic.
Plenty of appointment slots were available as of early Saturday morning, and eligible residents can book one online or by phone at 1-888-385-1910. According to the Scarborough Health Network, walk-ins are being accepted as well.