“We would all be there in wheelchairs at some point and do it if we could," Fox News quoted her as saying. A film insider revealed that the reason the movie has not been given the green light, is due in large part to copyright issues since Aaron Spelling (who founded the franchise) passed away. “There are all sorts of complications," the source said. “The Angels might have worn out their welcome, and some are questioning if it"s high-tech enough for today"s audiences," the source added.
[an error occurred while processing this directive]Washington, (ANI): Actress/producer Drew Barrymore is so frustrated that the third series of Charlie"s Angels is not taking off that she has said even if she was in a wheelchair she would do it. The first two Charlie"s Angels films took in over 523 million dollars in the box office and earlier this year Barrymore, 34, had voiced her excitement at the high possibility of the third installment. But it now appears that the famous movie will take some time in getting off the ground.