Charlie's Angels (film)  

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Charlie's Angels is a 2000 American actioncomedy film, co-produced by Columbia Pictures, Global Entertainment Productions, Tall Tree Productions and Drew Barrymore's Flower Films and directed by Joseph McGinty Nichol. Based on the same-titled television series from the late 1970s, it was adapted by screenwriters Ryan Rowe, Ed Solomon and John August and stars Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu as three women working for a private investigation agency.

The film is a reboot of the original series, establishing a new timeline and narrative framework not meant to precede any television episode. John Forsythe from the original series, however, returned as Charlie's off-screen voice. Charlie's Angels was followed with the 2003 sequel, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.





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