'Ocean's 8,' a glamorous crime tale for the #MeToo age

  • 'Ocean's 8,' a glamorous crime tale for the #MeToo age

'Ocean's 8,' a glamorous crime tale for the #MeToo age

Ocean's 8 hits theaters later today in many large theaters, and will hit everywhere else tomorrow. "And not just in the industry, but people in my life". You make your own money, and be your own person, ' she explained.

But the director and co-screenwriter added the film did not see the light of day for "three or four years" - despite its hefty budget, and three Oscar-winning actresses and the singer Rihanna among its cast. So it was a big "wake-up moment" when she arrived in Hollywood, which is infamous for its boisterous boys' clubs. Speaking with Variety on the red carpet of Ocean's 8 premiere, star Sandra Bullock discussed her reaction to the whole backlash surrounding the Paul Feig-directed action-comedy, which led to Leslie Jones leaving social media. Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock playing as Danny's sister) is just released on parole from prison and already has plans in motion for a not so honest life. "Why do I feel so shitty?'" she continues. Bullock is ideally cast - she is absolutely the female equivalent of Mr. Clooney, who has a similar breezy, offhand way of delivering his cocky line readings in these things. "Oh my God, I'm being treated this way because I have a vagina, '" she said.

She recalls walking on to set in jeans and being aware that her weight was up because it wasn't really falling off that quickly after the birth of her son.

"A lot has shifted, I think".

Since allegations of rape and sexual harassment against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein ignited the #MeToo movement last fall, dozens of actresses have come forward with their own stories of sexism and abuse in Hollywood.

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"Damn girl, you got an a**".

But "Ocean's 8" does away with testosterone, darkness and dramatic tension - elements synonymous with the crime genre and prominent in the first three "Ocean's" films.