PATRICK STEWART To Play Third Iconic Leader, BOSLEY

Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart

The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Patrick Stewart (X-Men, Star Trek: The Next Generation) will be playing one of two Bosleys in the upcoming Charlie's Angels reboot directed, written, and produced by Elizabeth Banks (Pitch Perfect 2). While Murray didn't return for the sequel, Bernie Mac played Bosley's brother, Jimmy Bosley, in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. On top of that, you've got a solid cast, with Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and British newcomer Ella Balinska starring as the Angels. Stewart will reportedly play Bosley, their liaison with the enigmatic leader.

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The film will also update the concept of the original series and movie franchise, revamping the Townsend Agency from a Los Angeles-based detective agency to an security and intelligence organization that has branches across the globe, as well as turning the Angels into legacy heroes. Banks had already been set to play Bosley, who in the original TV series was the intermediary between the women and Charlie, the group's elusive employer and head of The Townsend Agency, who appeared via speakerphone only in the original 1970s TV series and was voiced by John Forsythe. "Banks is playing Bosley with sources telling The Hollywood Reporter that Stewart is also playing a Bosley". This film focuses on one of those teams. Presumably, Banks will be the Bosley giving the orders to K-Stew, Scott and Balinska, while the former Capt. Picard will be overseeing another team entirely.

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