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Lucy Liu Reflects on Her 'Charlie's Angels' Role & Normalizing Asian Identities On-Screen

Lucy Liu is looking back at one of her most iconic roles.

The 52-year-old actress described how the Charlie’s Angels franchise impacted her and helped to “move the needle” for the Asian community in an op-ed for The Washington Post.

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Drew Barrymore to Reunite with 'Charlie's Angels' Co-Stars Cameron Diaz & Lucy Liu on Her Talk Show!

Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu are teaming up again!

The Charlie’s Angels co-stars will have a reunion on Drew‘s upcoming The Drew Barrymore Show for its inaugural episode on Monday (September 14).

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The trio last reunited back in May of 2019, when Lucy was honored at her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony in Los Angeles, where she received support from her Charlie’s Angels co-stars.

“My dear Angels, it’s a 20-year reunion. 20 years ago we were an elite crime-fighting team, and now look at us,” she said during the ceremony.

During the premiere episode of Drew’s talk show, she is also set to reunite with longtime friend and collaborator Adam Sandler, as well as deliver a big surprise for a deserving family of essential workers in one of the show’s signature segments known as, “Designed by Drew.”

Check out the full schedule of stars making appearances on Drew Barrymore‘s new show…

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Elizabeth Banks Opens Up About Kristen Stewart Not Being the Obvious Choice for 'Charlie's Angels' Role

Elizabeth Banks is on the cover of the latest issue of Porter, out now.

Here’s what the 45-year-old Charlie’s Angels director and star had to say…

On making Charlie’s Angels a film about women working: “I told the studio and my collaborators: ‘I want to make a movie about women working, and I do not want to tell a story about the boyfriend they don’t see enough, or the mother they don’t call enough, or the cat they don’t feed.’ Those are ridiculous tropes in women’s movies, and you do not see James Bond worrying about calling his f–king mother.”

On empowering women through her films: “I’m not here to re-teach feminism to young women. I am here to empower them and to have them see themselves in a movie, which happens far too infrequently, especially in the action genre.”

On Kristen Stewart not being the obvious choice as Sabina in Charlie’s Angels: “She knew this was an opportunity to change the trajectory of the opportunities she was being given in Hollywood, and I wanted to do that for her. As a producer, I make movies that star women all the time, and she was not on the list [of potential stars]. I felt that needed to be changed.”

On comparing herself to her male peers earlier in her career: “I looked at the male peers I came up with [including Paul Rudd and Bradley Cooper, both of whom she has worked with in the Wet Hot American Summer franchise], and they were going off to play superheroes and making millions of dollars. I either had to believe I wasn’t as good as they were, or that the system was rigged against me and they had a lot more opportunity than I did. I had to work the system for myself, because it was not going to give me what I wanted.”

READ MORE: Ella Balinska Opens Up About Working With Elizabeth Banks on ‘Charlie’s Angels’: ‘It Was Something Incredible’

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Ella Balinska Opens Up About Working With Elizabeth Banks on 'Charlie's Angels': 'It Was Something Incredible'

The stars of Charlie’s Angels gather around director Elizabeth Banks for the photo call for their new film, held at The Corinthia Hotel London on Thursday morning (November 21) in London, England.

Ella Balinska, Kristen Stewart and Naomi Scott posed with Elizabeth on the rooftop of the hotel following the premiere the night before.

Ella recently spoke to THR about how Elizabeth made the set such a safe environment.

“She’s an actor’s director, and she knew exactly what she wanted. She was absolutely going to get it,” she shared. “I think what’s so great about this film is that you see a real accurate and genuine depiction of women in the workplace.”

Ella adds, “You see us working together, you see us winning, you see us failing, you see us laughing, crying and being real human beings. Elizabeth says, ‘We’re not superheroes. We don’t have special powers.’ One of her main visions was to have these women fight smarter, not harder. With that concept, there’s something incredible that can be achieved with a woman behind the camera.”

Charlie’s Angels is out in theaters now.

FYI: Kristen is wearing Thom Browne. Naomi wore an Esaú Yori leather dress with Calzedonia tights and Nicholas Kirkwood boots. Ella wore a Claudia Li look. Elizabeth is wearing an Isabel Marant dress.

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Elizabeth Banks Reacts to Charlie's Angels' 'Flop' at Box Office

Charlie’s Angels did not perform well in its opening weekend at the box office, and Elizabeth Banks is now responding.

If you don’t know, Elizabeth directed the film, wrote it, produced it, and also starred as Bosley.

Elizabeth tweeted on Monday (November 18), “Well, if you’re going to have a flop, make sure your name is on it at least 4x. I’m proud of #CharliesAngels and happy it’s in the world.”

Charlie’s Angels only made $8.6 million at the box office this weekend, after the film had a budget of over $40 million.

'Charlie's Angels' Opening Weekend Box Office Numbers Revealed!

The numbers are in, and unfortunately, Charlie’s Angels is not off to a great start.

The 2019 Sony reboot of the film franchise brought in just $8.6 million at the box office in its opening weekend, THR reported on Sunday (November 17).

The Elizabeth Banks-directed film, which co-stars Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska, scored a B+ at CinemaScore, but was not able to win over its target audience of younger females. It also scored just a 47% “definite recommend” on PostTrak.

The film earned $19.3 internationally, for a global start of $27.9 million. Click here to see which movie debuted at No. 1 at the box office this weekend.

READ MORE: Elizabeth Banks Reacts to Criticism of Another ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Reboot

The 'Charlie's Angels' End Credits Scene Is One of the Best Ever

If you’re wondering if you should stick around for an end credits scene during the 2019 remake of Charlie’s Angels… the short answer is YES.

Right after the credits begin to roll, we immediately are treated to additional footage that shows the boot camp that Elena is put through for her Angels training.

We’re not going to spoil what happens, but there are so many surprise celebrity cameos that will have you so entertained.

Just so you’re not sitting there endlessly waiting for more content, we’ll give you a heads up that the final scene features Elena getting her tattoo. After that, the bonus content is over and there’s nothing at the very end of the credits.