According to OK! Magazine, the producers have a counsellor on call to make sure the women get along, reports aceshowbiz.com
"There have been a few arguments, and certain people haven't gotten on as well as they'd hoped," a source claims.
They want to make sure the cast and crew have someone to vent any frustrations to, so nothing gets taken out on another actor," a source said.
The source added: "The aim is to wrap the movie on a good note and set the stage for later promotion."
Directed by Gary Ross from a script written by Ross and co-writer Olivia Milch, "Ocean's Eight" is set to hit US theatres on June 8, next year.
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