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Why We Need a Legitimate "Charlie's Angels 3"

Why We Still Need a Legitimate "Charlie's Angels 3"

The recent release of Charlie's Angels hasn't exactly become a box office success, and though it's an enjoyable take on the title, it doesn't exactly live up to the magic of the films from 2000 and 2003. Despite being a lighthearted reboot/semi-continuation of the franchise's continuity, there's still a desire for a follow up to […]

"Charlie's Angels" Once Became "Love Boat Angels:" the Greatest Turkey to Ever Set Sail

"Charlie's Angels" Go "Love Boat:" the Greatest Turkey to Ever Set Sail

Charlie's Angles was never a really good show. It was, as was the case with most of the entertainment that Aaron Spelling produced, easily digestible. The premise was simple— a creepy, middle aged dude named Bosley (David Doyle), with the voice of a gravel-chewing pug and the looks to match, manages the Townesend Detective Agency, […]

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Weekend Box Office: 'Frozen 2' Wins Handily, 'Neighbor' Performs Strong

Frozen 2 handily won this weekend's box office, opening to $127 million here in the US, and $350.2 million worldwide. That US number makes it the highest November opening for an animated film ever, third highest for any animated flick period. The $350.2 million worldwide makes it the highest animated debut ever though, beating Toy […]

"Charlie's Angels" Review: A Fun Female Centric Take on a Goofy Classic

3 Reasons the New "Charlie's Angels" is Worth Watching

Charlie's Angels may not have been the box office surprise that Sony Pictures hoped for, but the 2019 adaptation has more to offer than meets the eye. The new Charlie's Angels film attempts to stay within the same universe of the prior films and original series but strives to expand that world with an original […]

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Cameron DeOrdio's Writers Commentary on "Charlie's Angels/Bionic Woman" #2

Cameron DeOrdio's Writers Commentary on Charlie's Angels/Bionic Woman #2, ut now from Dynamite, He writes, Aaaaand we're back! Thanks for sticking with us on to issue 2; I think you're gonna like this one. Issue 1 set the board and introduced the pieces, and now we get to watch the game begin to unfold. That […]


"The Flintstones": Elizabeth Banks, WB Animation Teaming for Animated Adult Comedy Reboot

Elizabeth Banks' mission to take over the entire entertainment industry one cool projetcafter another continues. After impressing us with our first look at her take on the Charlie's Angels franchise (we're still impressed with the "Bosley" concept), Banks is parterning with Warner Bros. Animation through her Brownstone Productions company to develop a new prime time […]

The New 'Charlie's Angles' Team Unites in First Images From Sony

The New 'Charlie's Angles' Team Unites in First Images From Sony

That Charlie's Angels reboot at Sony just released their first look images from the film, and they look fine? For the most part?   Elizabeth Banks directs from a script she co-wrote with Jay Basu, and she's calling this one more of a "continuation" of the original 1970's television series.  "If you were rich in 1976, you […]

Charlie's Angels Reboot Gains Sir Patrick Stewart as Bosley

We're getting a new  Charlie's Angels reboot from Sony's Columbia Pictures, and Sir Patrick Stewart will be joining the cast. The film is being developed (and directed) by Elizabeth Banks, and will feature Stewart as Bosley, long-time associate at the Townsend Agency. Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska will star as the Angels, Originally, Banks was going to play Bosley, but […]

Charlie's Angels #1 cover by David Finch, Jimmy Reyes, and Triona Farrell

Charlie's Angels #1 Review: Made for Fans and No One Else

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Charlie's Angels are back, and it's still the 1970's. The three Angels have gone undercover in a club where they are spying on a weapon's deal going down. Jill is a host, Kelly is a waitress, and Sabrina is the performer. Together, they are going to gather evidence and stop the men perpetrating […]

Dave Dorman, Anthony Marquez, and Elias Chatzoudis Cover Charlie's Angels #1

Dynamite has sent us the exclusive covers for their new Charlie's Angels #1 that hits shelves this week. The series comes from John Layman and Joe Eisma, who also does some of the regular covers along with David Finch. But there is a retailer exclusive cover and covers exclusive to the Salt City Comic Con […]

In Layman's Terms: John Layman Talks New Charlie's Angels Comic Series

Dynamite recently announced the launch of a Charlie's Angels comic series written by John Layman (Chew). The writer is known for telling compelling stories with a bit of humor. I got to talk to him about adapting the iconic '70s television series to the comic page… and of course, he answered in Layman's terms. DAN […]

John Layman and Joe Eisma Team for Charlie's Angels Comic Book Series

The second of Dynamite's three announcements will catch a few folks by surprise. The publisher has landed the license for Charlie's Angels and enticed fan-favorite writer John Layman (Chew) and artist Joe Eisma (Big Trouble in Little China) to come on board as the creative team. Based on Sony Pictures Television's action classic television series of […]

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Dynamite Makes A Deal To Publish Charlie's Angels Comics

Dynamite Entertainment's final NYCC announcement for today is that they've partnered with Sony Pictures Television to produce a new Charlie's Angels comic book series to premiere in 2018. Based on the Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts series that started in 1976, the comic series would be based on the characters and look created in the five-season […]

Elizabeth Banks Is Directing A 'Charlie's Angels' Reboot

It's the age of the reboot and that means we're getting another Charlie's Angels. According to Variety it's going to be directed by Elizabeth Banks. Banks is also going to produce the movie with her husband Max Handelman.  Doug Miro and Carlo Bernard are on board to rewrite the script, according to Tracking Board, who also say […]

Elizabeth Banks To Direct Charlie's Angels Reboot

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony is in talks with Pitch Perfect 2 director Elizabeth Banks to direct a reboot of the short-lived Charlie's Angels film series, itself based on the Aaron Spelling produced ABC TV series starring Jaclyn Smith throughout its run and, at various times, Farrah Fawcett, Cheryl Ladd, Tanya Roberts and Kate […]