Actress, writer and director of Charlie's Angels, starring Kristen Stewart, Ella Ballinska and Naomi Scott, Elizabeth Banks recently took to Twitter to react about her film being a 'flop'. The new Charlie's Angels reboot, which has also been written by Banks, saw a weak opening at the box-office in comparison to its competitor, Matt Damon and Christian Bale starrer Ford Vs Ferrari. Charlie's Angels opened to a $8.6 million (Rs 16.71 crore) whereas the latter opened at $31 million in the opening weekend.
According to Banks' tweet, the director is not letting the box office numbers dampen her spirit. "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," she wrote.
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In a recent interview with Pinkvilla, Elizabeth Banks had talked about the new and improved Charlie's Angels and why so much attention was given to detail for the action sequences. "I had a mantra while making Charlie's Angels; the women always needed to fight smarter and not harder. They don't come into a situation wanting to fight but actually using different strategies to avoid fighting. Then, when violence attacks, they are of course capable and ready with a response," Banks shared.
Charlie's Angels has been made at a budget of USD 50 million and has grossed $27 million worldwide so far.
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