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Robert Wagner Won't Be Charlie In New Charlie's Angels After All

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Wagner Out Of Angels

Bummer!

We know how excited Robert Wagner was to fill the iconic voice of Charlie in the new Charlie's Angels, but not we're hearing that he has to drop from the show because of his schedule!

Hmmm. Sounds fishy!

"Due to his scheduling conflicts, Robert Wagner will need to step away from his duties as Charlie on Charlie's Angels."

We also hear that they're looking for a replacement right now.

Who do U think should fill that gap?? Maybe a woman??

[Image via WENN.]

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5 comments to “Robert Wagner Won't Be Charlie In New Charlie's Angels After All”



  1. 1

    This does not make sense to me. Playing Charlie is a voiceover gig. It's not as if he has to show up on set. He could record his role from anywhere in the world if necessary. What kind of scheduling conflicts could he have that would prevent him from participating?

    Charlie's character is supposed to be a mystery. If they are rebooting the franchise I would prefer not to know and wonder, just like the Angels. Keep the audience guessing too!



  2. 2

    always handsome and always classy
    and he does have a nice and distinctive, recognizable voice that would have been perfect for Charlie
    .
    ever heard Rob Lowe do an impresson of Wagner?
    really good/fun
    but guess there would be a legal problem if he was hired to do that for the film



  3. 3

    Another one sentence story for clicking through. Absolutely not worth my time and absolutely not "sad" as you drew over his pic like he was dying or somethings. You people are so disgusting with your come ons!



  4. 4

    Too bad - He's awesome.



  5. 5

    This hardly comes as a shock. Based on previews, the whole "reboot" seems too campy, for starters. There's a clever nod to the original series: the address to the agency is 1976 Ocean Drive (the number being the year original debuted). Three things are needed if they intend for this version to last more than half a season: 1) Ditch the updated take on the theme song (the woman vocalizing and the rap are beyond awful - instrumental is the best way to go) 2) A dedication to Farrah Fawcett, Aaron Spelling, John Forsythe and David Doyle at the end credits of the pilot as well as the first few episodes. Without them, the original would never have been what it was. 3) They need to keep the "Angels" flip: the screen freeze frames as the show goes to commercial break and the logo of the pieces together while a suspenseful take on the theme music plays. In order for it to be a successful series in its own right, it needs to pay homage to the one that started it all.