The new Charlie’s Angels, starring Kristen Stewart (Sabina), Naomi Scott (Elena), and Ella Balinska (Jane) as angels for a new generation, is all about female solidarity. Now the Angels have recruited World Cup superstar, Olympian, and activist Megan Rapinoe as a Bosley to her own team of powerful young women — on the soccer pitch, of course.
A promo video features Rapinoe dropping her suit jacket in favor of a soccer jersey embossed with the Angels logo on the front and the name “Bosley” on the back, the significance of which is made clear in the film, in which director and costar Elizabeth Banks plays one of a team of international Bosleys (team leaders).
“We’re stronger together,” Rapinoe tells her team of young women soccer players. “Remember, your teammates are your sisters.”
The new movie from Sony drops in theaters November 15. It's the third major iteration of the franchise, following the successful 1970s TV series and the Drew Barrymore-led reboot of the early aughts. But the new film leans into female solidarity and feminism like nothing that came before.
Watch Rapinoe below: