It's time for Danny Ocean's journey to come to an end. Director Steven Soderbergh has shockingly revealed to public that "Ocean's Thirteen" will be the last installment of the franchise, putting off hopes on the possibility of the next sequel.
Confirming it during a question and answer session with reporters at the Edinburgh Film Festival in Scotland on Saturday, August 19, the filmmaker also explained that his decision to make "Ocean's Thirteen" was actually because "George wanted to go out strong and that Ocean's Twelve was too complicated."
A native of Atlanta, Soderbergh is widely known for his effort in "Traffic" (2000) which earned him an Oscar in Best Director category in 2001. His upcoming directorial works include "The Good German", "Guerrilla", and "Life Interrupted."