If you’re a fan of the original trilogy starring george clooney and Brad Pitt, among others, be ready for a refreshing change. This isn't the same "Ocean" gang - exactly, but the previews showcase a team with just as much suave as the last bunch. It is worth noting, to viewers unfamiliar with the series, each film in the Ocean’s canon is able to stand on its own. It probably won’t be necessary to watch any of the previous films to enjoy the upcoming Ocean’s 8, but it’s worthwhile to watch them if you’re into con/heist movies that flirt with comedy such as "Matchstick Men," "The Italian Job,", or "Snatch."

Finding a new ocean

A second trailer has been released for the highly anticipated addition to the Ocean Series, but besides its smooth heist genre style, "Ocean's 8" does not follow in the footsteps of its namesake.

Following in the footsteps of the "Ghostbuster" reboot from 2017, the cast of the new Ocean series is all female, ditching the masculinity that oozes out of previous films in the series. Sandra Bullock plays Debbie Ocean, George Clooney's character Danny Ocean's sister from "Ocean's 11, "Ocean's 12," and "Ocean's 13." Freshly released from prison and promising the parole board that she’ll remain a law-abiding citizen, she does anything but, instead of getting busy planning a new heist.

Along with her is a highly eclectic cast, including Sarah Paulson from "American Horror Story," the highly regarded and established, musician Rihanna, Mindy Kaling who wrote and starred in the acclaimed television comedy "The Office," the infamous curveball Helena Bonham Carter of "Fight Club" Fame, Awkwafina from "Neighbors 2," and Anne Hathaway, who's been in dozens of films, breaking into fame with the Princess Diaries.

There'll also be cameos from Kim and Kylie Jenner and a few others.

Judging from the trailer below, the chemistry between the characters speaks for itself, you can already sense the smoothness that made the previous Ocean's movies so much fun to watch.

The Plot

The aesthetic in this trailer captures the classic, forever in style 60's collage style, with dialogue that moves fast and remains cheeky and smart.

As seen in the first trailer, the heist this time is to rob a $150 million dollar necklace from Daphne Klueger, Anne Hathaway's character (who may be in on the heist and part of the team judging by the title and that she's one of the eight featured in the poster), during a fundraising ball for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

In the second trailer, we see Hathaway's character being asked for information on the Ocean team, a little bit of more information on each character's role in the heist, and an official release date of June 8. There's still a little bit of light-hearted friction that keeps the momentum going and are a part of all good heist films, but are clearly nothing the new Ocean team can't handle. If Sandra Bullock's character and team are anywhere near as smooth as George Clooney and Brad Pitt's were in "Oceans 11," "Ocean's 12," and "Ocean's 13", this movie will be a great, fun summer film for the whole family.

Be Ready for Ocean's 8 on June 8, 2018.

See the first trailer and it's review here