Ocean's 8 is a spin-off film from Ocean's Eleven, but this time around Danny Ocean's sister, Debbie Ocean, (played by Sandra Bullock) is leading a group of women in a jewelry heist at the Met Gala. But it seems the Ocean's 8 team seems to be throwing at least one nod to the 2001 film.
In the latest clip for Ocean's 8, shared first on Complex, Ocean is joined by her right-hand, Lou (played by Cate Blanchett), to check out Awkwafina's Constance as she performs three-card Monte in the park. "Is this our only choice?" asks Ocean, clearly unimpressed... until she sees Constance swipe her mark's watch after she swindled money out of him during the card trick scheme.
"Not bad," she says. "Yeah, I thought so," replies Lou.
If you've seen Ocean's Eleven, you might recognize this exchange since it's pretty similar to one between Danny Ocean (George Clooney) and Rusty Ryan (Brad Pitt).
In the 2001 classic, Rusty takes Ocean to see a show starring The Amazing Yen, a Chinese gymnast who can flip with ease and at a moment's notice. "I don't know it doesn't seem all that difficult...," says Ocean before the two see Yen flip effortlessly from one shaky pole to another. After that, Ocean is immediately sold on their "grease man." The clip can be see below:
Ocean's 8, which also stars an ensemble cast of Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Rihanna, Sarah Paulson, and Helena Bohham Carter, arrives in theaters on June 8.