Sony's Charlie's Angels reboot has shifted its release date to avoid competition with a certain Terminator. Now, fans will have to wait just two weeks longer.
According to Deadline, Sony pushed back the release of Charlie's Angels from November 1st to November 15th in order to put a comfortable two weeks between this reboot and Terminator: Dark Fate, the sixth film in the Terminator saga.
This is the second major female-led blockbuster to be pushed back from November 1 to a later date. Wonder Woman 1984 was also scheduled to hit theaters that day, though it has now been delayed into the summer of 2020.
The film wrapped shooting in December 2018, but little is known about the plot. Part reboot, part continuation of the franchise, Charlie's Angels will still follow the formula of three women going on globe-trotting adventures thanks to the direction of the mysterious benefactor Charlie. Multiple people will play John Bosley, and the film will reportedly feature more than just three Angels working for Charlie, including a global network of Angels, all possibly working for the Townsend Agency.
Directed by and starring Elizabeth Banks, Charlie’s Angels will also feature Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska, Naomi Scott, Patrick Stewart (Logan), Djimon Hounsou (Guardians of the Galaxy), Jonathan Tucker (Snowfall), Nat Faxon (Friends From College), Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I’ve Loved), Sarah Bennani (Shazam!) and Robert Maaser (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation). The film is scheduled to be released November 15.