Charlie's Angels Reboot Reportedly Casts Power Rangers Actress

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We truly seem to be living in the age of the reboot, where properties both old and even somewhat new seem to be getting rebooted.

Charlie's Angels is getting yet another reboot and it sounds like they may have potentially found one Angel with one of the stars of last year's Power Rangers.

The Charlie's Angels franchise started off as a television series back in the 1970s, before receiving both a movie reboot in 2003, along with a sequel, and then a television reboot in 2011 that failed miserably.

Even with the failure of the most recent TV series, it was revealed a couple years back that Sony Pictures and Elizabeth Banks were looking to bring back the series in movie form again with a new cast. 

There have been reports of both Kristen Stewart and Lupita Nyong'o being attached as two of the Angels, and now ThatHashTagShow is reporting that Naomi Scott is supposedly going to be the third and final Angel if the other two castings are correct.

Scott has been around for a few years, but she got her first major break in last year's Power Rangers as the Pink Ranger Kimberly Hart.

While the movie sadly did not do as well as hoped, likely meaning a sequel is not happening, Scott definitely moved up in the Hollywood world as a result.

Her next big role will be starring as Jasmine in the upcoming live action Aladdin movie, so she's definitely on the verge of really breaking out with that movie bound to be a box office smash.

With Elizabeth Banks directing the Charlie's Angels reboot, Scott seems like a logical pick considering her time working with her on the Power Rangers movie, where Banks played the villainous Rita Repulsa.

Official casting news for the Charlie's Angels movie should be coming soon, as production is set to start sometime in September, with the movie set to release in theaters on June 7th, 2019.