They exist because traditional law enforcement can’t keep up. Charlie’s Angels are back feistier than ever!

It seems like we’re going to be hearing the infamous “Good morning, angels” line, because ‘Charlie’s Angels’ is going to have a reboot! The film stars Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska in an action-packed remake of our childhood favorite! Check out the official trailer now!

Kristen Stewart

Every one of the angels looked stunning. Of course, they need beauty to complete the femme fatale package, but I think we can all agree that Kristen Stewart kinda stood up in this trailer. Maybe because she was shown the most? No, it’s because none of us was ready for how good she looked in this trailer! The trailer opens with her speaking into the camera wearing a blonde wig saying “I think women can do anything.” Yes, girl! We hear you! She is then shown in the latter parts of the film with her cut up natural hair and some more other wigs, which all looked so good on her! Doesn’t she have a bad angle or something? The trailer also showed her doing a backflip (hello?!) and throwing some punches, and she still looked so cool.

Fans on social media were also quick to notice that Kristen looked extra gorgeous in this film.

What. A. Beauty.

Casting on point!

I don’t know about you, but the three angels together are overflowing with chemistry. The actresses they chose to play our favorite lady spies were nothing alike Lucy Liu, Drew Barrymore, and Cameron Diaz, but they sure have a quirk of their own. Right off the bat, we can already tell you that this film isn’t going to be reminiscent of the first Charlie’s Angels franchise. So if that’s what you’re expecting, you’re probably not going to get it. The new casting plays a whole lot different than the OGs.

What changed?

Well, first off, we see three Bosleys in the trailer, which is already a tad bit different considering that we just know one John Bosley from the first franchise. In addition to this, one of the Bosleys was played by Elizabeth Banks! Second, the motivation that will run through the entirety of the film is different. This time, they ought to recover a weapon that could be used for the worse if it falls into the wrong hands. What stayed the same was the secrecy of Charlie’s identity. Of course, it has been his mark.

The film will show in November, and we couldn’t wait to see it! Are you as excited about Charlie’s Angels? What do you think about the remake? Share us your thoughts on the comments down below. Or hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh.