March 5th, 2012
04:34 PM ET

Don Cheadle on the future of the 'Ocean's' movies

As much as we love the "Ocean's" dream team that includes Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and of course Don Cheadle, the 47-year-old actor himself says the franchise has likely reached its end.

"I think that was put to bed," Cheadle tells us of the possibility of another "Ocean's" movie. "And I think if we do bring it back, you know, we should do it in reverse. We should do 'Ocean's 9' next, and then eight, [and then] seven, and just knock off a character as we go down until there`s just two left. It should be a battle to the death."

We'd pay to see that, but we're not holding our breath for a release date. And, unfortunately for Easy Rawlins fans, Cheadle's not going to portray Mouse on the small screen. (Last fall, there was a report that NBC was working on adapting the Walter Mosley character Easy Rawlins for television).

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