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New Ocean's Eleven film will have an all-female cast led by Sandra Bullock

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Sandra Bullock and George Clooney make a good acting team, so much so that George recommended Sandra for her role in her current film Our Brand Is Crisis which was originally written for him.

And now Sandra will be rebooting George's lead role in Ocean's Eleven.

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The actress will be teaming up with The Hunger Games director Gary Ross, and be heading up an all-female cast of the crime thriller. 

Perhaps its a nod to the growing criticism of inequality in Hollywood, but we're already excited about it and we don't know who else will make up the cast.

As the rumour mill turns, some are speculating that Ross will bring in his previous leading lady, Jennifer Lawrence. And given that the Clooney reboot of the 60s film had an impressive cast list, we're expecting big things. 

Ocean's Eleven will be the second all-female movie to come out in recent times, with Ghostbusters on it's way too. 

We'll leave you to think of your fantasy casting. 

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