'Charlie's Angels' Director Elizabeth Banks on New Adaptation: "It Was All About the Action for Me"

Since its beginning in 1976, Charlie's Angels has always stood for empowered women kicking ass and taking names. Through its 40-year history, though, the franchise — which includes two TV series and three films — has only featured women onscreen, rather than behind the camera; that is, until Elizabeth Banks, who not only stars in, but also wrote, directed and produced the latest take for Sony.

Carrying on the story set up by Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003), the new Charlie's Angels introduces a new generation of crime-fighting women, with Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska taking ...
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