Charlie's Angels opened last weekend and – judging by cash registers – it was a disappointment to win back only 8 miles approximately $ 40 million. (Critics didn't like it either, giving the movie a 58% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.)
Just a few days ago on November 14, the Wall Street Journal published an interview with writer Charlie writer / director director Elizabeth Banks, who was a pretty hopeful pre-release, stating that she had "previously made a franchise out of nothing [ Pitch Perfect 2 ] catering to women and girls , I also hope to see a movie Charlie's Angels . I always work on my business. This seems like a natural step in this business plan. "
For those who pointed out the possible futility of another movie Charlie's Angels based on a long-running television show from 1970 and the theme of two previous films in the 2000s, and failed television series in 2011 Banks have the following answer: "You have had 37 Spiderman movies and you are not complaining … … I think women are allowed to have more one or two action franchises every 17 years – I feel totally good about that. "Unfortunately, despite the banks' attempt to turn Charlie's Angels into production that" relies more on classic espionage drama, "according to WSJ it doesn't look like this will be the movie that to launch a brand new action franchise for women, at least Wonder Woman 2020 tops us this summer .