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Bosley (Elizabeth Banks) presents the team with their latest mission in Charlie's Angels (2019), Sony Pictures
July 31, 2023
Elizabeth Banks has again attempted to dodge accountability for her part in the ‘feminist’ marketing surrounding her Charlie’s Angels film.
Cocaine Bear, directed by Elizabeth Banks. © 2023 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.
February 27, 2023
Cocaine Bear is mindless entertainment in its purest and most uncut form. It is a film that is so dumb, so over the top with gore, and so laugh out loud funny that you can’t help but root for this doped up bear’s murderous rampage to not only continue, but hopefully never end.
Elizabeth Banks as Bosley in Charlie's Angels (2019), Sony / The titular Cocaine Bear, Cocaine Bear (2023), Universal Pictures
February 24, 2023
‘Cocaine Bear’ director Elizabeth Banks has once again claimed to have been told by Hollywood that male actors won’t follow female directors.
November 2, 2022
Elizabeth Banks’ streak of box office bombs continues with ‘Call Jane’, a pro-abortion film that barely pulled $200,000 in its debut weekend.
September 28, 2022
Elizabeth Banks says her ‘Charlie’s Angels’ reboot failed because it was marketed as woke, seemingly forgetting her role in that narrative.
May 25, 2021
Elizabeth Banks continues to line up projects despite her utter failure at the box office with Charlie’s Angels.
April 28, 2021
Elizabeth Banks, the director of the failed Charlie’s Angels reboot who blamed men for the film’s failure, is apparently working on an adult themed sequel series to the Hanna-Barbera classic, The Flintstones.
December 7, 2019
Midway, Joker, Stephen King, a busy November: all are reasonable causes for Doctor Sleep’s poor box-office performance. Ewan McGregor didn’t help either.
November 28, 2019
Charlie’s Angels director and actor Elizabeth Banks took to Twitter to reveal her holiday wish list. She posted a photo […]
November 27, 2019
Director and actress Elizabeth Banks will be directing and starring in a new Invisible Woman film from Universal following her box office failure with Charlie’s Angels.