Charlie’s Angels director and actor Elizabeth Banks took to Twitter to reveal her holiday wish list.

She posted a photo that reads:

“All I Want This Holiday is

  • impeachment
  • action on climate change
  • cancel school lunch debt
  • criminal justice reform
  • no kids in cages
  • good health for Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  • coal (and worse) for McConnell, Jordan, Graham & Nunes
  • a woman’s right to choose
  • action on gun control
  • Trump’s tax return
  • Stephen Miller fired
  • Brett Kavanaugh to step down”

Banks captioned the photo writing, “Amen.”

Banks’ holiday wish list comes shortly after her Charlie’s Angels film bombed at the box office and she prematurely blamed men for the film’s failure.

Related: Elizabeth Banks and Kristen Stewart’s “Woke” Charlie’s Angels Bombs At Box Office

According to The Numbers the film’s opening weekend only grossed $8.3 million. It has currently only grossed $14.9 million at the domestic box office and $44.7 million worldwide.

The film reportedly had a $49 million production budget.

A week before the film even released into theaters, Banks was already placing blame on the film’s box office failure.

Related: Charlie’s Angels Director Elizabeth Banks Blamed Men For Box Office Failure Nearly A Week Before Film Hit Theaters

She stated, “Look, people have to buy tickets to this movie, too. This movie has to make money.”

She added, “If this movie doesn’t make money it reinforces a stereotype in Hollywood that men don’t go see women do action movies.”

Elizabeth Banks attends the Charlie’s Angels Photocall in London. Charlie’s Angels releases
in UK cinemas on the 29th November.

Banks also explained why the film needed to make money:

“By the way, I’m happy for those characters to have box office success, but we need more women’s voices supported with money because that’s the power. The power is in the money.”

Related: Elizabeth Banks Responds to Charlie’s Angels Bombing At Box Office: “I’m Proud”

She also complained about the number of Spider-Man films, movies which she starred in.

“You’ve had 37 Spider-Man movies and you’re not complaining!”

Banks added, “I think women are allowed to have one or two action franchises every 17 years—I feel totally fine with that.”

Elizabeth Banks and Politics

Elizabeth Banks, Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott attend the Charlie’s Angels Photocall in London. Charlie’s Angels releases in UK cinemas on the 29th November.

Banks’ holiday wish list is not out of character for the director and actress.

Back in 2012, she called for President Barack Obama to draft gun control legislation.

Related: Report: After Charlie’s Angels Box Office Failure, Elizabeth Banks Tapped To Direct and Star in Invisible Woman for Universal

Last year, she campaigned to try and stop Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court.

As for Donald Trump she’s referred to him as a lyin’ loser in the past.

What do you make of Elizabeth Banks’ holiday wish list? Do you think Santa Claus will bring her any of it or do you think she might get a stocking of coal?

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