New Charlie's Angels

Since it sounds like Sony’s attempt to reboot the Men in Black franchise isn’t yielding very good results, the studio will have to hold out hope that their other franchise reboot coming later this year will do the trick.

Charlie’s Angels is coming back to the big screen in November with Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska as the dangerous trio of spies sent out on missions by a rich benefactor named Charles Townsend. But this time, the Angels are part of a global spy franchise, and the girls won’t be worrying about stuff like finding a boyfriend or calling their mom back. Director Elizabeth Banks wants this to be a movie about women at work, working together and kicking ass. Read More »

charlie's angels first look

The Charlie’s Angels first look is here, giving us our first glimpse of Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska in Elizabeth Banks‘ reboot. Although you probably shouldn’t call it a reboot. According to Banks, the new Charlie’s Angels is a “continuation” that actually references the events of both the original Charlie’s Angels TV series, and the two movies from the 2000s featuring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu.

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charlie's angels reboot cast djimon hounsou

Say hello to Bosley #3. The Charlie’s Angels reboot cast has added yet another Bosley to the mix: Djimon Hounsou. Hounsou joins Patrick Stewart and director Elizabeth Banks as one of the film’s numerous Bosleys. In the original Charlie’s Angels TV show, there was only one Bosley, a man who ran the day-to-day operations at the detective agency the Angels worked for. But things are going to be different in Banks’ new reboot.

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charlie's angels cast

Patrick Stewart is the latest addition to the Charlie’s Angels cast. The new reboot comes from director Elizabeth Banks, and stars Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska. Stewart (Patrick, not Kristen) will play Bosley, but he’s playing one of several Bosleys that will appear in the film.

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Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy Review

The story of JT LeRoy, the best-selling author who never really existed, gets the standard biopic treatment in Justin Kelly‘s unfortunately uninspired Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy. As lacking as this film tends to be, it’s almost salvaged by two remarkable performances from Laura Dern and Kristen Stewart

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charlie's angels reboot

Elizabeth Banks is set to helm a Charlie’s Angels reboot, and now we have an idea of what her approach to the material will be. According to star Kristen Stewart, we can expect the new Charlie’s Angels to be grounded, and much different than the previous Charlie’s Angels films starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu.

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twilight re-release

Twilight is coming back to life in theaters. The hugely popular teen vampire romance franchise celebrates the 10th anniversary of its first movie this year with a re-release in movie theaters nationwide. But unlike the immortal lives of Edward and the Cullens, the re-release has a short lifespan: Twilight will only be screening for two days.

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Lizzie trailer

The story of Lizzie Borden is re-imagined with a twist in Lizzie, a film from The Boy and Channel Zero director Craig William MacneillChloë Sevigny plays the infamous woman who was accused of hacking her father and step-mother to death with an axe, and Kristen Stewart plays the family maid, Bridget Sullivan. Watch the Lizzie trailer below.

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Charlie's Angels Reboot Cast

Elizabeth Banks has found her Angels. Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska will star in Banks’ new big screen take on the TV series Charlie’s Angels. The film will focus on a “new generation” of Angels working for the never-seen Charlie Townsend.

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Lizzie review

Before walking into this movie, the only thing I knew about Lizzie Borden was that she murdered her parents. But in Lizzie, director Craig William Macneill (The Boy, Channel Zero) and screenwriter Bryce Kass offer a different take on the still-unsolved killings that totally rewrites Lizzie’s narrative, casting her as a righteous heroine instead of an evil murderess. With superb performances from stars Chloe Sevigny and Kristen Stewart, this intimate drama serves as a fierce response to abuse and oppression and a seductive peek into the inner life of one of history’s most notorious killers. Read More »