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Kristen Stewart Could Be One of ‘Charlie’s Angels’

Kristen Stewart, last seen just showing up at a wedding for people she didn’t know, hasn’t been in a major studio film in nearly a decade, but Variety is reporting she’s being considered for a role in an upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot, presumably as one of the Angels.

You may recall the giant scandal on Stewart’s last major studio film, Snow White and the Huntsman, when it came to light Stewart was having an affair with director Rupert Sanders. The upcoming Charlie’s Angels film is directed by Elizabeth Banks, so this time the affair will be even hotter.

Reaction to the bisexual beauty is quite mixed, even among our staff here at The Blemish. Personally, I have had a huge crush on her ever since I saw Adventureland. She gets a bad wrap for Twilight, but could anyone have done any better in that film given the source material? Anna Kendrick wasn’t even that good in Twilight and she’s incredible.

Also rumored to be on the radar to be an angel is Lupita Nyong’o, who is also a talented and beautiful actor, even if she isn’t Kristen Stewart. But hey, nobody’s perfect. Except maybe Kristen Stewart.

Is anyone excited about another Charlie’s Angels movie, though? I mean, I’m excited about Kristen Stewart and Lupita Nyong’o doing an action-comedy film together, but this is pretty well-trodden ground here. The last film in the series, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, sold like 10 tickets, 8 of which were overflow from nearby porno theaters. It also had one of the worst tie-in video games of all time, which you can see hilarious YouTuber JonTron play in the video below.

Am I going to see this new Charlie’s Angels film in the theater? Probably not. Am I going to check it out once it inevitably hits Netflix or Amazon Prime? Probably? Am I going to look at clips from it of Kristen Stewart, like, coming out of the water in a bikini with wet hair when my girlfriend is out-of-town for work? You bet your ass I am.

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