In a fresh profile in WSJ Journal, the Charlie’s Angels author/director/celebrity answered to the criticism she’s been facing for rebooting the franchise with Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska, and Naomi Scott. “You’ve had 37 Spider-Man movies and you’re now not complaining!” Banks says. “I believe girls folk are allowed to catch one or two circulation franchises every 17 years — I feel completely graceful with that.”
Charlie’s Angels stars Stewart, Balinska, and Scott as three unusual angel operatives, whereas Banks plays a frail angel grew to alter into Bosley (which is now a immoral within the Townsend Company group in snort of the title of one person). And Banks gave some perception on why Stewart has returned to a mainstream movie franchise after sticking to indie motion pictures for see you later post-Twilight.
“Being in a spacious franchise enables you to catch all of it,” Banks says. “I acknowledge the an identical thing, it’s nearly unfair for ladies folk. The finest roles are most steadily in minute movies, but then you don’t invent any money. It’s k to must invent money.”
Charlie’s Angels is now taking part in in theaters.
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