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Anne Hathaway, Cate Blanchett

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Life is great on the set of Ocean's Eight.

Over the weekend, the Australian tabloid Woman's Day claimed that two of the film's biggest stars—Anne Hathaway and Cate Blanchett—are "butting heads" on the New York City set. "Cate's very laid back and easygoing," an insider said, "but Anne's rubbing her the wrong way."

"They had a few angry words and didn't speak for a few days," the insider alleged, without providing details. "Now they're trying to keep things cordial...but it's difficult to say the least."

Not so, according to Hathaway's rep. "It's complete rubbish and totally false. Everyone on the film is having a blast with each other. So typical that a tabloid would pit females against each other," the Oscar winner's rep exclusively tells E! News. "It's sad. They don't do this with men."

Director Gary Ross and producers George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh assembled an all-star cast that also includes Awkwafina, Sandra Bullock, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson and Rihanna. Contrary to the tabloid's claim, the fact that the franchise was revamped with a female-focused story is one of the many reasons the stars joined the project.

Of course, all that star power made Kaling nervous. "Look, I'm real scared, man," she joked on The Late Show, "because when I look at that list of people, I'm like, 'I know that my skill is gonna be [something like] I'm gonna get attacked by the guard dog so they can break into the casino.'"

Doubtful, although Kaling did confirm that "there's a fashion element" to the caper. Basically, Ocean's Eight is what you'd get "if you took all my favorite things and shook it up in a blender."

Expect more surprises when the movie hits theaters on June 8, 2018. Dakota Fanning and Damian Lewis have also been photographed on the film's set, and last week, E! News confirmed Matt Damon will reprise his role as Linus Caldwell from the Ocean's Eleven trilogy.