VIDEO: Kristen Stewart Fights, Dances, Drinks, and Parachutes Out of a Plane in New ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Trailer

Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska, Elizabeth Banks, and Sir Patrick Stewart co-star in the Nov. 15 action comedy

Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska dance, drink, and dodge all manner of trouble in the latest trailer for the 2019 incarnation of “Charlie’s Angels,” arriving in November.

Elizabeth Banks directed, co-wrote, and co-stars in the action-packed sequel, which sees her character Bosley teaching a trio of ladies to become secret agents. “I run a covert group of exceptional women. Some guys are like—lady spies—we work outside the rules, in secret, together,” she explains over a montage of her “angels” running, fighting, and jumping out of planes.

The angels are tasked with thwarting various international criminals, and they'll use any means necessary to get the job done. “Who steals humanitarian aid money?” Stewart’s character asks one villain while pounding on him mercilessly.

“Charlie’s Angels” co-stars Sam Claflin, Djimon Hounsou, and Stern Show veteran Sir Patrick Stewart and the new trailer also features a cameo from pop stars Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, and repeat Stern Show guest Miley Cyrus, who penned the original tune “Don’t Call Me Angel” for the soundtrack.

The film is the latest installment in a famed franchise which last saw the big screen in 2003's “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle,” starring Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz, Bill Murray, and Demi Moore, who spoke to Howard about the movie earlier this week during her Stern Show debut. Though most have considered Demi one of Hollywood’s hottest actresses since the 1980s, she told Howard she didn't start to see herself in that light until shooting “Full Throttle.”

“I was never the girl that was like the hot body,” Moore said on Wednesday. “The first time I ever really felt that was actually when I did ‘Charlie’s Angels.’” Check out a clip from Demi’s conversation with Howard (below) and get more from the interview here.

“Charlie’s Angels” opens Nov. 15 in theaters.

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