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Elizabeth Banks Possibly To Direct ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Reboot!

I’ve been harboring a bit of a girl crush on Elizabeth Banks, lately. She’s smart, hilarious and exceptionally gorgeous. Not to mention, she’s a successfully talented film director. Coming off her victorious directorial debut of this summer’s Pitch Perfect 2, Banks is reportedly in talks to direct a reboot of Charlie’s Angels.

You know, the iconic 70’s television series revolving around three women who kick ass together?

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Banks is in the middle of negotiating with Sony. This wouldn’t be the first time a reboot as been made. You’ll remember the first remake, which starred Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu, back in 2000. Then there was the very short-lived television series back in 2011, which never made past its fourth episode.

However, seeing how Pitch Perfect 2 made over $70 million domestically, something tells me Banks will be up for the challenge. I can only imagine who Sony will cast as the dynamic threesome.

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