Sony Pictures’ released a first-look trailer for the new “Charlie’s Angels” movie. The franchise is undergoing a reboot, but the movie is still based on the television series from the late 1970s. Elizabeth Banks directed the new installment, with Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska starring as the three angel operatives.
“Charlie’s Angels” is expected to release on November 15th. That is the same opening weekend as “Ford v. Ferrari” with Matt Damon and Christian Bale, and “The Good Liar” with Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren. That’s a few days after Universal Pictures releases the romantic-comedy from Paul Feig called “Last Christmas,” with Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding, and Emma Thompson. It will be a busy month at the box office, but “Charlie’s Angels” has plenty of star-power to standout in the crowd.
In 2000 Sony Pictures brought “Charlie’s Angels” to the big screen with Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu as the three angels. The film opened at number-one with a $40M debut and went on to make over $265M for the studio. The three stars returned to their roles in 2003 for “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle,” which made $37M on its opening weekend before grossing over $259M worldwide.
Sony Pictures released the new video on social media, telling followers, “Don’t judge a girl by her cover. Watch the official #CharliesAngels trailer now – only in theaters November.” Fans can watch the trailer below.
Elizabeth Banks recently starred in Sony Pictures’ “Brightburn,” a superhero horror-thriller from producer James Gunn. That film released back in May against “Disney’s Aladdin” and “Booksmart,” from director Olivia Wilde. “Brightburn” made $7.8M on opening weekend before grossing $30M worldwide.
As for the three angels, they have been busy. Naomi Scott starred as Jasmine in Disney’s live-action adaptation of “Aladdin,” and Ella Balinska is starring in Shana Feste’s horror-thriller “Run Sweetheart Run.” Kristen Stewart is starring in the thriller “Underwater” from director William Eubank, and Benedict Andrews’ bio-drama “Against All Enemies.” Stewart is also expected to star in Clea DuVall’s romantic-comedy “Happiest Season.”
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