“Charlie’s Angels,” which helped coin the term “Jiggle TV” in the 1970s, is less about the jiggle and more about “sisterhood” in the 2019 movie version, according to a new vignette.
“I felt like it was a great time to reinvigorate ‘Charlie’s Angels,’” says director and star Elizabeth Banks.. “It’s always been about a sisterhood. I think it’s really fun to fight back as good friends.”
In this case, the angels are played by Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska. Banks plays a female version of “Bosley,” a role traditionally played by men in the original show and two subsequent movies.
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