If reports are to be believed, the makers of Ocean's Eight have hired a therapist to prevent on-set fights among cast members in the all-female reboot of Ocean's Eleven.
The counsellor will ensure that the girls — Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Rihanna and Anne Hathaway — don't get too stressed while filming and be at each other's throats.
"There have been a few arguments, and certain people haven't got on as well as they [the producers] had hoped. They want to make sure that the cast and crew have someone to vent their frustrations to, so nothing gets taken out on another actor. The aim is to wrap up the movie on a good note and set the stage for later promotions," a source told OK! magazine.
However, a representative for the movie production is yet to comment on this reported development. Directed by Gary Ross, Ocean's Eight is set to hit screens in June next year.
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