The best coffee table books to gift every fashion connoisseur this Christmas
The best coffee table books to gift every fashion connoisseur this Christmas

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Feather-trim is back in: How to wear feathers this festive season
Feather-trim is back in: How to wear feathers this festive season

Sarah Finnan

Looking for some gifting inspiration? This hotel gift shop has Christmas all wrapped up
Looking for some gifting inspiration? This hotel gift shop has Christmas all wrapped up

Sarah Gill

Social Pictures: The Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Christmas Feast
Social Pictures: The Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Christmas Feast

Sarah Gill

‘I am tired of people saying I don’t look or sound autistic’
‘I am tired of people saying I don’t look or sound autistic’

Amanda Cassidy

The untold anxiety of pregnancy after miscarriage
The untold anxiety of pregnancy after miscarriage

Sophie White

This Clifden cottage with breathtaking mountain views is on the market for €550,000
This Clifden cottage with breathtaking mountain views is on the market for €550,000

Sarah Gill

My ectopic pregnancy: ‘I didn’t know what was happening to me’
My ectopic pregnancy: ‘I didn’t know what was happening to me’

Amanda Cassidy

RCGD Global: The woman-led organisation promoting ‘green’ fashion on the red carpet
RCGD Global: The woman-led organisation promoting ‘green’ fashion on the red carpet

Sarah Finnan

Meet the two Athlone chefs who have turned their talents to handmade chocolates
Meet the two Athlone chefs who have turned their talents to handmade chocolates

Megan Burns

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There’s An All-Female Ocean’s 11 Reboot On The Way


By Jennifer McShane
10th Jun 2016
There’s An All-Female Ocean’s 11 Reboot On The Way

Early viewings of the all-female Ghostbusters movie has left some critics underwhelmed, but there’s no doubting it was a good move; Hollywood needs all the help it can get when it comes to giving women more leading roles. The premise itself is a strong one; all-female reboots can showcase the wide range of talented actresses in the industry and rewriting plots from a female point of view can create diversity and help tackle female stereotypes.

Some studio bosses are starting to see the light and hot on the heels of Ghostbusters comes another female-led remake we’re excited about: Ocean’s 11. The film, due to go into production this year, has an impressive cast list already, including?Sandra Bullock, Cate Blancett,?Helena Bonham Carter and Mindy Kaling according to Jezebel. Rumours were rife that Jennifer Lawerence would also be onboard, but according to reports, her hectic schedule means this will be an issue.

Details are scarce at this early stage, but the film is set to be a continuation of the George Clooney-led franchise, with Bullock playing Danny Ocean’s ex-con sister. Blanchett, who will be the equivalent of Brad Pitt’s Rusty, is supposedly her right-hand woman (what a pairing they will make). ?The premise is that they will form a team to steal a necklace from the Met Ball (just think of the gowns on display) in order to frame a villainous gallery owner, though this has yet to be confirmed by the Warner Bros studio distributing the movie.

Will the film include cameos from any of the 2001 cast? Will the ladies get one-up on the boys? Time will tell, but either way, this is going to be so, so good.

Via Jezebel