Elizabeth Banks suggested that the reason why Charlie's Angels failed to make a splash at the box office weekend was that men "do not go to watch women make films."
" Charlie's Angels "lost wings over the weekend, earning only $ 8.6 million, while the racing drama" Ford v Ferarri "topped the box office with a $ 31 million debut, and the" Midway "war movie came in at $ 8.75 million dollars, according to Box Office Mojo.
Banks – who wrote, produced, directed, and played the role of Bosley in the restart – hinted at the Herald Sun before the movie's release that a form of sexism from a male-dominated audience could be to blame for its current lack of funding Good luck.
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"Look, people have to buy tickets for this movie too. This movie has to make money, "Banks told Sun. this movie doesn't make money, it reinforces the stereotype in Hollywood that men make & # 39; I'm not going to watch women make action movies. "
The Hunger Games actress seemed to have rejected the box office success of Captain Marvel, a Marvel-directed Marvel movie that grossed $ 1
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" By the way, I'm happy that these characters are doing well at the box office, but we need more female voices backed with money because that's the power. Power is in the money. Click Here to Get The FOX NEWS App $ 2 million in 2000, and the sequel Charlie's Angels: Full throttle raised $ 37 million in 2003, according to Box Office Mojo.
On Monday, Banks turned to the flop, tweeting: "Well, if you're going to have a flop, make sure your name is on it at least 4 times. I am proud of #CharliesAngels and happy to be in the world. "