Elizabeth Banks

It’s easy to obtain excited about another hd reboot of Charlie’s Angels when you have actress, manager and certifiable awesome person Elizabeth Banks at the rear of the camera. Whatever is going to happen with this video, we’re ready — yet that’s the thing: other than Banks directing the film based on the classic ‘70s

It’s easy to obtain excited about another hd reboot of Charlie’s Angels when you have actress, manager and certifiable awesome person Elizabeth Banks at the rear of the camera. Whatever is going to happen with this video, we’re ready — yet that’s the thing: other than Banks directing the film based on the classic ‘70s series, many of us don’t really know whatever else about it. The writer Samsung just tapped to write down the screenplay for the reboot may give people a clue.

THR reports of which Sony has used Evan Spiliotopoulos to draft this screenplay for Charlie’ersus Angels, based on the popular tv series from the ’70s that originally starred Farrah Fawcett, Jaclyn Smith as well as Kate Jackson as several badass detectives who solve mysteries for an enigmatic benefactor.

Spiliotopoulos wrote the script to the Dwayne Johnson Hercules movie, as well as penned screenplays intended for Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast along with the totally insane-looking The Huntsman: Winter’s War (also known as Hansel and Gretel: Frozen Hunters). It’azines safe to assume in which Beauty and the Beast will be a rather grand but beautiful film from overseer Bill Condon, and as for Hercules as well as Winter’s War…the former has been an action-packed (if a little silly), underwhelming take on the actual classic tale, while the latter looks completely bonkers — and maybe not in the best way?

That claimed, Spiliotopoulos clearly has a skill for a few things: activity, silliness, grandiosity and indulgence. And those are definitely adjectives one might use to describe Charlie’s Angels, both in its original version and the two somewhat-underrated films directed by Micrograms.

Whatever comes of Spiliotopoulos’ next a couple projects, at least he’s got one potentially stable film on the horizon — Banking companies wouldn’t let us straight down, right?

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