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Nearly two years after Elizabeth Banks was first sought to direct Sony's Charlie's Angels remake, the project is finally moving forward with new writers. The studio has brought on Narcos creators Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro to rewrite the script, which was first worked on by Evan Spiliotopoulos (Beauty and the Beast). While no cast members are in place yet, this report claims that Janelle Monae (Hidden Figures, Moonlight) is at the top of the studio's "wish list" for one of the Angels.
The Tracking Board reports that Sony wants at least one of the Angels to be black, and while Janelle Monae is at the top of the studio's list, casting hasn't even started yet since the script isn't finished. This report also claims that Sony will hand out a "prime 2019 release date" very soon for Charlie's Angels, although there is no indication as to what this date may be. »
Justin Theroux is sporting some seriously jacked arms these days.
The handsome star of HBO's The Leftovers was spotted leaving the gym in West Hollywood, California, on Tuesday, showing off his killer biceps in white, retro tank top.
Photos: Hollywood's Sexiest Shirtless Men
Completing the badass look with a pair of black jeans, boots and dark shades, Theroux couldn't have looked cooler. Even his post-workout hair was on point.
While his buff physique is nothing short of impressive, it shouldn't be surprising. Theroux has frequently been shirtless on The Leftovers and showed off just how ripped he can really get in 2003's Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.
In the flick, he played an Irish gangster (questionably named Seamus O'Grady) who spent years in prison getting fit.
However, his arms are even more impressive now, 14 years later.
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