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The first official trailer for the all-female Ocean’s 11 reboot, Ocean’s 8, has been unveiled just a day after the teaser was made public.

In it, fans of the franchise are treated to Sandra Bullock’s Debbie Ocean, the estranged sister of George Clooney’s character, Danny, from the previous Ocean’s movies. Ocean recruits seven other women to help her pull off a heist at the annual Met Gala.

The trailer promises a fun time watching Ocean and her gang of thieves as they attempt to steal a necklace valued at over $100 million from none other than Daphne Kluger, played by Anne Hathaway.

Included in the star-studded lineup are Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafina, Helena Bonham Carter, Sarah Paulson, and Rihanna.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly recently, Bullock said: ”It’s really fun. Imagine all eight of us crammed into a makeup trailer in the morning. You think that it would be disastrous, but it was heaven, all of us just sharing information, all of us doing three jobs with families, our other jobs, the juggling. And then we get to shoot this movie together.”

That off-screen chemistry is reflected in the on-screen performances in the trailer, which provide more than a few laughs.

Ocean’s 8 will be in theaters from June 8, 2018.

In other movie news, Peter Jackson’s steampunk saga Mortal Engines comes to life in an epic first trailer which you can watch below.

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