Elizabeth Banks Smoking? Blames Men For Charlie’s Angels Box Office Flop!

Charlie’s Angels box office flop due to sexism says female director Elizabeth Banks. Feminist blames men for 2019 movie fail.

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What is Elizabeth Banks smoking? Is the Charlie’s Angels writer really that out of touch with reality? “Charlie’s Angels” director Elizabeth Banks says the box office fail is all the fault of men due. The girl pow feminist action flick starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska flopped to a $8.3 million box office debut in it’s first weekend. This falls far short of the $50 million it cost to produce the Charlie’s Angels film. Yes feminists, Charlie’s Angels FLOPS and women didn’t even go see the feminism movie.

 

Elizabeth Banks, who wrote the screenplay, directed, produced and stars in the latest “Charlie’s Angels movie has been attacking men since she realized her movie was going to be a box office fail. Elizabeth Banks blaming men for Charlie’s Angels box office failure is no shock to a lonely man because truth be told that what white feminists do. I knew after box office news broke that Charlie’s Angels bombs this past weekend that Men are to be blamed next.

Truth be told, no one asked for a Charlie’s Angels reboot. Most people do not remember the iconic crime-fighting trio that began with Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith in the original 1976 series, which later spawned cult classic big-screen reboots in the 2000s, starring Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore.
Elizabeth Banks hoped her movie could prove to studio executives that a film directed by a woman with female lead characters could be successful, but she forgot about the part where you shouldn’t disrespect half of your audience, which is males. She promoted the movie with the sjw agenda and feminism cringe that so many are doing right now. Not only that Charlie’s Angels reviews aren’t good and the reaction to Elizabeth Banks directing is average at best. Feminist writers of course think the movie is great and Elizabeth Banks is the next Steven Spielberg.

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