The Story Centers on an "Undeniably Human Emotional Experience"
It's fair to say that the previous Charlie's Angels films made us fall in love with a trio of women brought together to save the world a few times while looking amazing doing so. That's exactly what the 2019 version strives to convey — just with an emphasis on how very human these characters are and how well they work together as a team.
"We have this whole network of women working together and supporting each other in the name of quote-unquote 'good,' rather than having three superhuman women that are sexy and perfect at everything," Kristen Stewart told the group of reporters between takes. "Rather, it's like, 'No. It's hard to do what we're doing, and we're only able to do it together.'"
"[The Angels] have a lot of scenes that are not together, and I think the whole movie, you're really craving for these people to find each other again, because it's fun to watch friends like each other," she continued. "And it's really a moving, sort of undeniably human emotional experience, to watch three people struggling separately, but then all of a sudden, we come together with like minds and we can change the world."