AceShowbiz - The first official pictures of "Charlie's Angels" are finally here for viewing pleasure, four months after the filming wrapped. Making their way out via Entertainment Weekly, the photos mostly highlight the Angels, played by Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska.
The trio, Sabina Wilson (Stewart), Jane Kano (Balinska) and Elena Houghlin (Scott) are seen in action, lurking behind a sand dune in one of the shots. Sabrina is described as the hard-partying, highly skilled wild card, Jane is deemed the ex-MI6 muscle of the group, while Elena is an MIT-trained scientist who, Elizabeth Banks says, serves as "the heart of the movie."
The Angels' high sense of fashion also shows in the images, as they go undercover for various occasions. Sabina, for instance, is seen blending with a group of jockeys wearing colorful outfits. Jane wears a green sequin dress in a photo featuring Noah Centineo's Langston, while Elena dons a green outfit with a matching headpiece as she goes undercover as a photo journalist.
Another snap shows a room full of high-tech gears as Banks' Bosley helps Sabina gear up. Banks will not be the only one playing Bosley in the movie, as Bosley is not just a name, but "now a rank in the organization," the actress, who also directs the film, explains. Patrick Stewart and Djimon Hounsou play the other Bosley characters.
Banks, however, is tight-lipped when talking about Centineo's character, who is reported to be a love interest for one of the Angels. "He's a friend mostly to Naomi's character," Banks coyly says of Langston.
In Banks' upcoming take of the spy movie, Charlie who assembled the elite all-women crime-fighting team has become a gazillionaire. "If you were rich in 1976, you only got richer," Banks, who co-wrote the script, says with a laugh. "Charles Townsend is richer than ever, so he's grown the business into a global spy agency."
Sam Claflin and Luis Gerardo Mendez also star in the new "Charlie's Angels" movie, which is described as a "continuation" that incorporates the events of the original 1970s TV series and the McG-directed 2000s films. The movie is set to bow in the U.S. on November 15.