‘NUMBER FOUR’ WRITERS BRINGING ‘CHARLIE’S ANGELS’ BACK TO TV
The names Alfred Gough and Miles Millar might not be familiar to you, but the projects they’ve worked on probably are. They created the TV show “Smallville” and wrote the movies “Lethal Weapon 4″ and “Spider-Man 2.” They’ve also written a new movie that hits theaters on February 18, “I Am Number Four.”
Their next project will undoubtedly be familiar to you, too. They’re working on a TV reboot of the iconic ’70s series, “Charlie’s Angels” (which, of course, spun off a couple of hit movies with Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lucy Liu a decade ago). ABC has already ordered a pilot, and while there will certainly be similarities to the original series, Gough and Millar told us there will be some different twists, as well.