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Thieves Like Us
Hanging with the all-star cast of ''Ocean's Twelve'': Who flubbed his lines on the heist sequel? Whose part got cut? George, Julia, Matt, and the gang tell all

GROUP DYNAMIC Damon, Clooney, Roberts, Cheadle, Pitt, Zeta-Jones, and Mac let loose on the day the final scene was filmed, last August
GROUP DYNAMIC Damon, Clooney, Roberts, Cheadle, Pitt, Zeta-Jones, and Mac let loose on the day the final scene was filmed, last August

Three years after their glossy remake of Ocean's Eleven made off with $183 million in domestic box office, George Clooney and his unruly gang of thieves have reunited (with the addition of Catherine Zeta-Jones as an investigator on their tail) for a globe-trotting sequel that vividly reflects the raucous four months they spent filming. To hear firsthand about the dirty dozen's European adventures, we gathered six of the eight main cast members — Clooney, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Brad Pitt, and Andy Garcia — in Palm Springs, while their two colleagues joined in from home via speakerphone: Bernie Mac, recovering from a bout with pneumonia, and Julia Roberts, on bed rest just days before delivering her twins Nov. 28. When the posse wasn't trading stripper jokes or reciting entire skits from Da Ali G Show, they let spill some juicy details about their freewheeling new movie and their unforgettable... To continue reading this article, you must be an EW Subscriber, EW Newsstand Buyer, or AOL Member.  Please

 
 
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