‘I Hated Making’ Elizabeth Banks’ ‘Charlie’s Angels’

‘I Hated Making’ Elizabeth Banks’ ‘Charlie’s Angels’

Kristen Stewart isn’t mincing words when it comes to her thoughts on 2019’s “Charlie’s Angels,” written and directed by Elizabeth Banks. The “Chronology of Water” director and “Love Lies Bleeding” actress revealed, while playing Variety‘s game of “Know Your Lines” during a recent interview, that she “hated” making the 2019 franchise action-comedy reboot.

The line in question was, “Did you know that it takes men an additional seven seconds to perceive a woman as a threat compared to a man?” Stewart responded, “This was a mouthful at the time. I remember saying that. That was from a little film called ‘Charlie’s Angels.’ We wanted a strong opener, you know? We wanted to really like broadcast what the movie was about. It was a good idea at the time.”

She continued, “I hated making that movie. I don’t know what else to say to you.”

Stewart then pointed to the original 2000 film starring Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, and Drew Barrymore. “Charlie’s Angels” was adapted into a feature after the ’70s TV series, with McG helming both the 2000 and 2003 films.

“Honestly, the three … you can’t touch [that]. Cameron, Lucy and Drew … I love that movie. I love that movie! If that says anything,” Stewart said.

Along with Stewart, “Charlie’s Angels” also starred Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska as the core trio, with writer/director/producer Banks, Patrick Stewart, and Noah Centineo also…

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