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CHARLIE'S ANGELS | 15 NOVEMBER 2019 | Sony | Elizabeth Banks directing. Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska

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I love the Drew/Lucy/Cameron films. 

 

I wonder if they’ll do cameos. 

 

I don’t like Elizabeth Banks and haven’t seen a lot from the cast so they’ll have to convince me

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In my own parallel universe this is still an all male reboot featuring the likes of Chris Hemsworth, Jason Momoa and Michael B. Jordan with Bosley being portrayed by Danai Gurira and Drew Barrymore cameoing as Charlie. Directed by Elizabeth Banks. That would have been so awesome.

 

I'll go on acting like this reboot does not exist and my parallel universe is happening. :sparta:

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On 3/13/2019 at 7:56 PM, TombRaider said:

kirsten is so annoying. why does she always have that fuck boy attitude?

LOL As soon as I saw that pic, I thought: ; watch as TR inevitably comes and hates on one of or all three of these actresses. LOL

Never fails...

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1 hour ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

not much star power to sell this, if budget isn't huge it could be profitable

 

115m dom

150m  os

 

pre-trailer

Could be star making if done right.

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4 hours ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

not much star power to sell this, if budget isn't huge it could be profitable

 

115m dom

150m  os

 

pre-trailer

Not yet. But if Aladdin surprises, Naomi will become a household name so that may rub off on CA somewhat. Maybe not a draw (that's the franchise itself) but added value?

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18 hours ago, Valonqar said:

Not yet. But if Aladdin surprises, Naomi will become a household name so that may rub off on CA somewhat. Maybe not a draw (that's the franchise itself) but added value?

Calm down here, lol, I don’t think Aladdin will make anyone a household name. 

 

The guy played Beast certainly isn’t a household name. Neither is the girl who played Cinderella, or Alice. 

 

Maybe some added recognition, kind of. But not a household name. 

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What would be Korn in 2019 ?

 

First movie had tons of Korn because MCG directed lots of their videos.

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4 hours ago, Krissykins said:

Calm down here, lol, I don’t think Aladdin will make anyone a household name. 

 

The guy played Beast certainly isn’t a household name. Neither is the girl who played Cinderella, or Alice. 

 

Maybe some added recognition, kind of. But not a household name. 

 

Lily James did quite well for herself in Baby Driver and Mama Mia 2. Not a draw but added value. she certainly didn't hurt. 

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29 minutes ago, Valonqar said:

 

Lily James did quite well for herself in Baby Driver and Mama Mia 2. Not a draw but added value. she certainly didn't hurt. 

She is a good performer .. Most of the times, It all comes down to that ! I loved her in Mamma Mia ! Naomi is new, didn't like her in power rangers .. Playing Jasmine is a huge task, Her voice is her big asset though !

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i want kristen stewart to lick my shoulder

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2 hours ago, The Futurist said:

What would be Korn in 2019 ?

 

First movie had tons of Korn because MCG directed lots of their videos.

imagine dragons?

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https://deadline.com/2019/03/kristen-stewart-charlies-angels-release-date-change-1202584681/

 

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The Elizabeth Banks directed reboot of Sony’s Charlie’s Angels will jump from its Nov. 1 release date to Nov. 15.

 

As Sony looks to boast its franchises, which it has done marvelously with Jumanji and Venom, the new release date for Charlie’s Angels allows this rebooted series to potentially blossom again, away from the 35-year old Terminator tentpole series. Not only that, but there’s confidence that there’s plenty of global appeal in Charlie’s Angels, hence the new release date. The new date gives Charlie’s Angels a jump on Thanksgiving as well. Also, Fox’s Kingsman 3 just departed the slot.

 

Other upsides to Nov. 15: On the same weekend, Charlie’s Angels star Kristen Stewart had four of her Twilight movies crush it, not to mention it’s also where director Banks’ Hunger Games movies have launched. Furthermore, the school holiday calendar is more favorable toward the end of November.

 

Charlie’s Angels will face off against Fox’s James Mangold Ford vs. Ferrari (awards season counter-programming), Warner Bros. The Good Liar, Universal’s Last Christmas, and Orion’s untitled horror movie.

 

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On 3/16/2019 at 3:25 PM, Krissykins said:

Calm down here, lol, I don’t think Aladdin will make anyone a household name. 

 

The guy played Beast certainly isn’t a household name. Neither is the girl who played Cinderella, or Alice. 

 

Maybe some added recognition, kind of. But not a household name. 

Dan Stevens appeared for a mere 5 minutes or so. He didn't have that much exposure.

 

Lily James has been getting a lot of roles lately. To be honest she didn't need Cinderella to be popular.

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