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The Ocean's 8 Cast Couldn't Stop Cracking Each Other Up at the World Premiere

Sandra Bullock and her crew were joined by a bevy of famous people. Even the Winklevii were there.
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It's hard to imagine a more perfect summer popcorn movie than Ocean's 8, the new female-lead heist movie that opens this weekend. Sandra Bullock and her crew plot to steal a $150 million diamond Cartier necklace from a starlet's neck at the annual Met Gala. The cast looks like they had as much fun filming—and promoting—the movie as we will watching it. Feast your eyes on these photos of the celebrity-laden premiere in New York City.

CATE BLANCHETT


WHAT'S SO FUNNY RIHANNA?


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MAYBE SARAH PAULSON AND CATE BLANCHETT KNOW?


AWKWAFINA


PAULSON AND SANDRA BULLOCK


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HELENA BONHAM CARTER


BLANCHETT, BONHAM CARTER, AND PAULSON


DASCHA POLANCO


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MINDY KALING


RIHANNA


CAMERON AND TYLER WINKLEVOSS


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VALENTINO AND ANNE HATHAWAY


ELLIOTT GOULD


GIGI HADID AND LILY ALDRIDGE


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JAMES CORDEN


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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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