The first trailer for the Charlie's Angels reboot is here
It's been a hot minute since we last saw Charlie's Angels on the big screen.
Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu took over for the big screen debut, inspired by the popular TV series from the late '70s. Then there was the 2003 sequel, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, and a short-lived television reboot in 2011 that starred Minka Kelly, Annie Ilonzeh and Rachael Taylor.
Now they're on their way back to the big screen, this time with Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and British newcomer Ella Balinska.
Playing Bosley (a character previously played by Bill Murray) is Elizabeth Banks - but that's not all she'll be doing. The actress will also be co-writing the script and directing the movie, as a follow-up to her feature film debut Pitch Perfect 2.
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Speaking about the movie - which follows the recruitment of a new member to the team (Scott) - to PEOPLE, Banks spoke about the release of the new trailer.
"We felt like we had a big responsibility with this trailer because it’s going to be on Spider-Man: Far from Home, which is a big movie - which means a lot of eyeballs are going to be on the trailer," she said. "We felt like we wanted to invite that audience into our movie."
"We’re reintroducing Charlie’s Angels to people. The last movie came out almost 18 years ago, so there are many, many, especially young people who just don’t really know those movies. So we’re kind of reintroducing Charlie’s Angels to new fans but also reminding people who love Charlie’s Angels what they loved about it and bringing them back into the theater.
"So it’s got a lot of action, it’s got glamour, it’s got fun, it feels big and global which was a big goal of doing the film this time around for me. And I just think, hopefully, it tells everybody they’re going to have a lot of fun watching it."
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The movie, which will also star Djimon Hounsou, Noah Centineo, Sam Claflin and Patrick Stewart, is set to be released on November 15 this year.