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Things went really rather well for Elizabeth Banks with her feature directorial debut this summer. She helmed Pitch Perfect 2, which proved to be a good hit in the Us especially, and in turn is leading to Pitch Perfect 3 (which is due in 2017).
Yet Banks may not be returning to direct that one (although she's a producer on the series too, as well as her work in front of the camera, so she'll still be involved), as instead, she may be heading over to Sony to direct the big screen reboot of Charlie's Angels.
Based on the hit 1970s TV series that originally starred Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith, Charlie's Angels first headed to the big screen in 2000. Then, Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu took on the three lead roles for director McG, »
We reached the tipping point with remakes and reboots years ago, so it should come as no surprise that, as we hit the midway point of this decade, a lot of reboots are once again getting rebooted. Sony is doing it a second time with Spider-Man, and now they are planning to do it with Charlie's Angels. Elizabeth Banks is in talks to direct the action-adventure comedy. She will also co-producer with her husband Max Handelman.
At this time, Sony is still searching for a writer to handle the story behind this all-new Charlie's Angels. Elizabeth Banks made her directorial debut this summer, with the blockbuster hit Pitch Perfect 2. The musical comedy, which saw Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and Elizabeth Banks reprising their original roles from the 2012 hit Pitch Perfect, has gone onto earn more than $183.7 million at the domestic box office. It is the number 8 highest grossing movie of 2015 in the states. »
2 items from 2015
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