Elizabeth Banks Discusses the Media's "Gendered Agenda" Behind Promoting 2019's "Charlie's Angels"


Elizabeth Banks' 2019 Charlie's Angels reboot may have revitalized the beloved film series,

but Banks said in an interview with Rolling Stone that the media developed a "gendered agenda" behind the remake, which affected the way the picture was marketed.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Banks expressed frustration that the picture "had not been presented as just for girls,"

a sentiment she echoed in a September 2017 interview with The New York Times, which Variety reports led her to blame the media.

She told the media company that it was misconstrued as "some feminist manifesto."

She said, "People kept saying, 'You're the first female director of 'Charlie's Angels!'" And I said,

'They've just done a TV program and McG's movies... what are you talking about? It's not like they have a lengthy history.

She went on to say that her interest in helming the picture was not motivated by any "gendered age

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