Charlie’s Angels Director Remains Positive As Film Continues To Tank

It’s probably fair to say that it’s been a difficult few weeks for Elizabeth Banks, with Charlie’s Angels struggling at the box office, and the writer-director coming in for criticism for blaming the film’s failure on various divisive factors. Banks has put the fault at everything from male audiences to poor marketing by Sony, although it’s more likely the movie is suffering from a lack of interest in the franchise.

Banks is starting to look on the bright side, though, at least in the case of two sold-out screenings in her hometown of Pittsfield, Massachusetts. The actress took the time to praise her town on Twitter this week for coming out in force to support Charlie’s Angels, remarking as so:

I heard #CharliesAngels sold out both shows tonight in my hometown of #Pittsfield and I just wanted to send ya’ll love and gratitude

— Elizabeth Banks
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