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It’s been 14 years since the world witnessed Charlie’s Angels operatives on the big screen in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, but in 2015, Pitch Perfect 2 director Elizabeth Banks nabbed the director’s chair for a film reboot at Sony...Show More Summary
The fact that the Charlie's Angels franchise was receiving a reboot probably didn't surprise many people. However, the film's choice of director may have.
Variety is reporting that Charlie's Angels will hit the big screen again on June 7th, 2019. The film is set to be directed by Elizabeth Banks, famous for her work as Betty Brant in the original Spider-Man and as Miri in Zack and Miri Make A Porno. Show More Summary
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Charlies’s Angels will soon be back to treat summer movie audiences to their signature blend of action, sex appeal, and self-aware, campy parodies of both of the above. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Elizabeth Banks’ new film version of the franchise will arrive in theaters on June 7, 2019. Show More Summary
Narcos creators Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro have come aboard to rewrite Sony's Charlie's Angels reboot for director Elizabeth Banks.
WASHINGTON ? The Trump administration showed its now routine sense for the absurd when Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testified before the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday. The treasury secretary said the administration supports...Show More Summary
The Massachusetts senator slammed the Treasury Secretary for his confusing statements on the Glass-Steagall Act during a Senate Banking Committee hearing Thursday.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testifies before the Senate Banking Committee and answers questions about his views on the original Glass-Steagall Act and 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act.
Bloomberg reports: Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said breaking up the biggest banks would be a “huge mistake,” easing concerns that the Trump administration plans a major revamp of Wall Street. “We do not support a separation ofShow More Summary
"What do you think Glass-Steagall was?" During his testimony at Thursday's Senate Banking Committee's hearing on Domestic and International Policy Update, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin insisted the Trump administration never intended to break up big banks, despite its prior messaging. Show More Summary
There are calls from the left and right to bring back Glass-Steagall restrictions law that effectively separated commercial banking from riskier investment banking.
Women In Film has announced honorees for this year’s Crystal + Lucy Awards, its annual fundraising dinner that supports the Los Angeles organization’s educational and philanthropic programs and its advocacy for gender parity in the industry. At...Show More Summary
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Politico: “Warren — a fundraising juggernaut, big bank antagonist, and frequent GOP sparring partner — is primarily focused on crafting anti-Trump tactics on Capitol Hill, supporting her more electorally endangered colleagues, and keeping an eye on her own backyard just [...]
Elizabeth Banks is playing with pattern at the 2017 Met Gala! The 43-year-old actress showed off her high fashion look while walking the carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (May 1) in New York City. The theme for this year’s gala is “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between,” honoring Japanese [...]
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Thursday that she’s troubled by former President Barack Obama’s accepting a $400,000 speaking fee from a Wall Street firm. Obama accepted a $400,000 fee from the investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald to speak at a health care conference in September.
From Noah Cyrus to Elizabeth Banks to Rooney Mara to Moby. Yes, Moby.
Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to separate commercial banking from investment banking. That won’t fix Wall Street, though it could help Goldman Sachs.