1/18/2011 7:20 AM ET |
Filed under: TV News
Wow! This is finally going to see the light of day!
The proposed remake of the '70s series Charlie's Angels has gotten off the ground, as ABC has ordered a pilot to be produced for the network!
Miles Millar and Alfred Gough will produce the revamp - alongside original series producer Leonard Goldberg and Drew Barrymore, who starred in the movie remakes - which will now reportedly take place in Miami, and feature Robert Wagner as the voice of Charlie!
The actor explains:
"I would imagine [the show] will probably be quite different, because the technology is quite different. I would imagine [I will communicate] on cell phones wherever these gals are. I could be tweeting them; I could be doing a lot of things with them."
We're pretty interested to see how this ends up looking, given how long this one has been in the works!
Granted, we still think our original casting ideas for the new Angels hold strong!
But perhaps the producers have other plans!
What do U think?? Who should be the new Angels??
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