THE Sony Pictures released the reboot logo of The Panthers, directed by Elizabeth Banks. The image we can see that it follows the franchise scheme of the 2000s, with retro touches reminiscent of the 1970s series.
This new feature will accompany a new generation of Panthers working for the mysterious Charlie. Since the film starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu, The Townsend Agency began to be considered a global action, providing security and intelligence services to a variety of private clients and highly trained agents around the world.
The film, directed by Banks, will focus on one of these teams.
In the main roles we have the actresses Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott.
In the film, we will see the young women, Sabina Wilson (Stewart), a party girl, but full of skills, Jane Kano (Balinka), a former MI6 agent and Elena Houghlin (Scott), an MIT scientist, that when Charlie calls they go together for missions across the globe from Istanbul to Berlin.
In New The Panthers, we will have three new characters named Bosley, the actors Elizabeth Banks, Patrick Stewart and Djimon Housou. In an interview with EW, Banks says Bosley serves more as a position within the organization, with a commander.
In other versions, Bosley’s character has always been called Bosley, Banks says “Well, that must mean something and that is more than a name.”
The screenplay film by Evan Spiliotopoulos, David Auburn, Doug Miro and Carlo Bernard.
The Panthers is scheduled to open in North American cinemas for November 1, 2019.