In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, producer Jerry Weintraub, while engaging in a conversation with Carl Reiner at the Milken Institute Global Conference, stated that there would not be an Ocean's Fourteen.

Weintraub, who produced Ocean's Eleven, Ocean's Twelve, and Ocean's Thirteen didn't give a reason for this as the event was mainly about his and Reiner's careers in show business.

This is surprising, only because the films were collectively quite successful (each one grossed over a $100 domestically), but ultimately a fourth film is probably too cost prohibitive in today's filmmaking climate.