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Charlie's Angels Reboot: Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska Join Forces In First Trailer

They're beautiful, they're brilliant, they work for Charlie, and they look different than the ones who came before them

Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska are the new Charlie's Angels, partnering up in the first trailer for Sony Pictures' Charlie's Angels reboot

Written and directed by The Hunger Games and Pitch Perfect actress Elizabeth Banks, the new Charlie's Angels film introduces audiences to Stewart's Sabina Wilson, Scott's Elena Houghlin, and Balinska's Jane Kano — all incredibly intelligent, powerful women with a knack for disarming targets, neutralizing threats, and looking effortlessly cool while doing it. Jane is a former MI6 agent and Sabina is an expert in running "the ground game," but the pair need an extra set of capable hands to join them at the Townsend Agency for their newest mission to track down a whistleblower with sensitive information on a deadly piece of technology. 

That fresh-faced recruit is Elena, "a lead programmer on a product that can revolutionize the power industry." Worried that dangerous men will weaponize the product, Elena joins Sabina and Jane to work for the mysterious Charles Townsend, whose agency has stretched across the globe with multiple Angels squads overseen by various different Bosleys — including ones portrayed by Star Trek legend Patrick Stewart, Aquaman and Shazam! star Djimon Hounsou, and Banks' Hunger Games co-star Sam Claflin. The woman in charge of getting Sabina, Elena, and Jane prepared for their mission is none other than Banks herself, who plays a Bosley keen on fast cars, closets filled with designer clothes, and secret weapons she calls "toys."

"We exist because traditional law enforcement can't keep up," says Banks' Bosley in the Charlie's Angels trailer, which includes a new track from singing sensations Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey.

Just before the footage wraps up, we catch a high-octane montage of the Angels blowing up bad guys' cars, sneaking into what appears to be a celebrity party, engaging in some hand-to-hand combat, and giving Jane grief over talking about her favorite chemical (spoiler alert: it's phosphorus) with the "handsome nerd" Langston, played by Noah Centineo.

In an era where reboots and remakes are more common than the cold, the new take on Charlie's Angels looks to stand out. Sure, it's another spin on the famous property that began with the 1976 television series, and comes after the films Charlie's Angels and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle that starred Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu — but the Banks-directed reboot seems fun, fresh, and feisty. And isn't that everything you could want from the Angels?

Catch the Charlie's Angels reboot in theaters on November 15.