Charlie’s Angels will compete with the third frame of Star Wars: Episode IX right out of the gate, an battle DC superheroes during its second weekend in release. As long as that comic book movie isn’t a female-driven property like Batgirl, Sony should be just fine.
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Charlie’s Angels follows three female detectives and their male sidekick Bosley who kick ass and solve cases on behalf of a mysterious benefactor named Charlie. This time around, the Tracking Board hears that at least one of the Angels will be black.
Elizabeth Banks’s iteration of Charlie’s Angels is about to get elevated to a theatrical level with Pultizer Prize-winning playwright David Auburn as the screenwriter.
A MONSTER-SIZED recap of the latest Sales, Pick-ups, Attachments, Exits, Deals, Renewals, Cancellations & More, as the upfronts near!
ABC adds a few to Pan Am, Charlie’s Angels and Partners, while CBS brings back Zimmer, Disney Channel rolls out a read carpet of talent for Phineas and Ferb, TNT taps another for the Dallas reboot, and USA adds a familiar face to a new leading role in L&O: CI.
ABC fills roles big and smalle in No Ordinary Family, Grey’s Anatomy and Charlie’s Angels, while HBO adds an Arrested Development veteran to VEEP, NBC adds Will Ferrell, Whitney Cummings, and a Housewife, TBS adds a trio to Hound Dogs, Newman tackles a new pilot for TV Land, and Common Law adds some McGee… Jack, that is.
No Ordinary Family Adds Another Villain, While Modern Family Discovers Jay’s Brother and Gossip Girl finds a Replacement Sister For Lily. Meanwhile, Fox Finds One Of Two Leads For Their Bones Spinoff, and The Office Finds A Very Curious New Visitor…
ABC takes a look at suburban horrors, sister partners, scripted dance & a flashy 70’s reboot, while CBS eyes supernatural medical drama & a “Buffy” return. Meanwhile, MTV Just Wants it’s Pants Back, TNT wants to talk about the Generations, and Showtime, wants to keep us deeply immersed in a little Californication.
ABC looks back at the Angels, TNT finds a Bird Dog, CBS and SyFy kill a few shows, HBO promises more of a few others, and guess what Martin Scorsese and Nicholas Pileggi are doing next?