You Will Enjoy The New ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Trailer, Where Kristen Stewart Has Huge Gay Energy
Stay tuned for her wig reveal.
We love reboots, and reboots love you — and the latest reboot is Charlie’s Angels!
It’s an iconic franchise, a re-do of a literal perfect suite of movies And it looks good!
Elizabeth Banks directs the next generation of Angels — Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska — working for the mysterious Charles Townsend, who is PATRICK STEWART. But, more importantly, Elizabeth Banks is also IN the film as Bosley, and that’s what I’m here for. Elizabeth Banks wearing heels. Elizabeth Banks wearing a cape.
It’s also extremely 2019, because Noah Centineo is there, being hot and apparently a “nerd”. You can’t just get someone hot to talk about phosphorous and call them a nerd. At least whack some glasses on that business.
Anyway, the plot is as you expect — spies, rescue, shoot, organisation, etc. We don’t need to puzzle our pretty little brains about the whys, and just enjoy all the whens!
The soundtrack is also going to be insane, helmed by Ariana Grande, with Lana Del Ray and Miley Cyrus. Cool.
But, the biggest topic of conversation is absolutely how much powerful queer energy this trailer, and specifically Kristen Stewart has.
— dani (@chrIiesangels) June 27, 2019
kristen stewart's hair in the new charlie's angels trailer already fucked three women and didn't text any of them back
— Kristen Arnett (@Kristen_Arnett) June 27, 2019
all lesbians get to have the day off to physically recover from Kristen Stewart in that trailer
— big freckle (@allisongallaghr) June 27, 2019
kristen stewart has been out for like 10 billion years or something and yet her gayest film to date is still just the totino’s sketch from snl
— Andrea Long Chu (@theorygurl) June 27, 2019
Good morning to Kristen Stewart's wig reveal in the Charlie's Angels trailer and Kristen Stewart's wig reveal in the Charlie's Angels trailer only!!!! pic.twitter.com/VZnnjukwEF
— Joey Nolfi (@joeynolfi) June 27, 2019
Charlie’s Angels is in Australian cinemas November 14, 2019. Watch the trailer now.