'Charlie's Angels' Trailer: Kristen Stewart Leads the New Angels

'Charlie's Angels' Trailer: Kristen Stewart Leads the New Angels

'Charlie's Angels' Trailer: Kristen Stewart Leads the New Angels

Good morning, Angels. Sony dropped a first look at the upcoming "Charlie's Angels" reboot from director Elizabeth Banks. Following McG's early 2000s films and even a 2011 television series, Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts' original creation is now in the hands of Elizabeth Banks. You actually see some of the old costumes in the trailer's montage. The woman in charge of getting Sabina, Elena, and Jane prepared for their mission is none other than Banks herself, who plays a Bosley keen on fast cars, closets filled with designer clothes, and secret weapons she calls "toys". Stewart is joined by Ella and Naomi for an global assignment and are seen showing off their backflipping, spying and other skills in fancy costumes and lovely appearances. The newly formed girl squad which includes Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska will surely take everyone by storm with their actions and fighting skills.

Besides directing and producing it, Elizabeth has also written the screenplay of the film from a story by Evan Spiliotopoulos and David Auburn.

In the new version, multiple teams of angels, guided by multiple Bosleys, take on the toughest jobs across the world for the security and investigation agency.

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A still from Charlie's Angels.

"Well 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 and we felt like we wanted to invite that audience into our movie", Banks tells EW sister site PEOPLE. They're gonna need some wigs, some toys, clothes - certainly another closet - not to mention little mints that under the right circumstances might just explode.

We'll see the final result on November 15, 2019.

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