Kristen Stewart ("Twilight") and Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o ("12 Years A Slave") are in talks to star in another reboot of "Charlie’s Angels", as "...beautiful girls who live dangerously", to be directed by Elizabeth Banks ("Pitch Perfect 2") targeting a June 7, 2019 release:
Created by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts for producer Aaron Spelling, the original 1976-1981 TV series line-up of 'Angels' starred Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith, followed by a "Charlie's Angels" feature (2000) starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu. That film's sequel was "Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle" .
"...'Sabrina Duncan', 'Jill Munroe' and 'Kelly Garrett' have all graduated from the police academy in Los Angeles, California.
"Despite proving their capability during training, all three have subsequently been assigned to be a meter maid, office worker and crossing guard, respectively.
"Dissatisfied with these jobs, they are recruited to work for the 'Charles Townsend Agency' as private investigators.
"Their boss, 'Charles (Charlie) Townsend', who nicknames them 'Angels', is never seen full-face, but is often seen from the back, mostly in the company of beautiful women.
"Charlie gives the 'Angels' and his associate 'John Bosley' their assignments via a 'Western Electric Speakerphone'.
"He never meets them face-to-face, which leads to recurring queries from the 'Angels' as to when or if he will ever join them on assignment.
"In season two, San Francisco police academy graduate 'Kris Munroe' takes the place of her older sister, 'Jill', in the trio. In the fourth season, 'Tiffany Welles', a Boston police academy graduate, takes Sabrina's place.
"In the fifth and final season, model-turned-private investigator in training 'Julie Rogers' fills the void left after Tiffany's departure when she is given a temporary private detective license..."
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