Charlie's Angels


1h 38m 2000

Brief Synopsis

Three beautiful private detectives who work for a suave playboy boss are called in to rescue soon-to-be billionaire software mogul Eric Knox, when he is kidnapped from his office at Knox Technologies. While rough-and-tumble Alex, wild-child Dylan, and nerdy Natalie use an impressive array of high-tech gadgetry and martial arts moves to retrieve Knox from the clutches of rival Roger Corwin and his goons, they unwittingly become embroiled in a battle to protect the world from a wide-scale invasion of privacy that threatens to occur when good technology falls into the hands of bad people.

Film Details

Also Known As
Charlie et ses droles de dames, Charlie's Angels: The Movie, Charlies änglar, Los ángeles de Charlie, ángeles de Charlie, Los
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Action
Adaptation
Comedy
Crime
Thriller
Release Date
2000
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Synopsis

Three beautiful private detectives who work for a suave playboy boss are called in to rescue soon-to-be billionaire software mogul Eric Knox, when he is kidnapped from his office at Knox Technologies. While rough-and-tumble Alex, wild-child Dylan, and nerdy Natalie use an impressive array of high-tech gadgetry and martial arts moves to retrieve Knox from the clutches of rival Roger Corwin and his goons, they unwittingly become embroiled in a battle to protect the world from a wide-scale invasion of privacy that threatens to occur when good technology falls into the hands of bad people.

Crew

Damon Albarn

Song

Herb Alpert

Song Performer

Jason Anderson

Other

Andy Armstrong

Stunt Coordinator

Vic Armstrong

Stunt Coordinator

Reginald Arzivu

Song

John August

Screenplay

Joseph Aulisi

Costume Designer

Justine Baddeley

Casting

Samuel J Barnes

Song

Drew Barrymore

Producer

Cheryl Beasley-blackwell

Costume Supervisor

Michael J. Benavente

Sound Editor

Dean Beville

Sound Effects Editor

Judith Ann Biggs

Other

Jeff Bilger

Production Assistant

Cynthia Black

Set Costumer

Kirk Bloom

Assistant Camera Operator

Russell Bobbitt

Property Master

Bob Bottin

Makeup

Christian Boudman

Visual Effects

Gary Bourgeois

Rerecording

Janie Bradford

Song

D'mimitri Brill

Song

Erik L Brown

Assistant Camera Operator

Jamala Gaither Brown

Production Assistant

Max Bruce

3-D Artist

Eric Bruneau

Visual Effects

John Buckley

Lighting Technician

Lane Burch

Foley Mixer

Willie Burton

Sound Mixer

Ed Callahan

Sound Effects Editor

Sean Callan

Effects Assistant

Lucinda Campbell

Costumes

Joseph M Caracciolo

Unit Production Manager

Joseph M Caracciolo

Executive Producer

Marguerite Cargill

Visual Effects

Russell Carpenter

Dp/Cinematographer

Russell Carpenter

Director Of Photography

Mark Carter

Production Assistant

Gary Clark

Song

Tim Clark

Art Director

George Clinton Jr.

Song

Bootsy Collins

Song

Mark S Constance

Assistant Director

Norman Cook

Song

Loren Corl

Key Grip

Mark Cotone

Assistant Director

Jeff Couch

Transportation Co-Captain

Graham Coxon

Song

Michael Cretu

Song

Frankie Cutlass

Song

William Daimant

Dolly Grip

Brent Daniels

Song

Lisa M Dannenbaum

Assistant Editor

C Marie Davis

Visual Effects

Jonathan Davis

Song

Robert Davis Oh

Rerecording

Kim Davis-wagner

Casting

Ric Delgado

Best Boy

Denise Della Valle

Makeup

Tom Delonge

Song

Lou Demarco

Assistant Camera Operator

Michael Derosier

Song

Marguerite Derricks

Choreographer

Matthew Dettmann

Foley Artist

D. V. Devincentis

Screenplay

Susan Dudeck

Adr Editor

Jennifer Dunne

Location Manager

Rokusuke Ei

Song

Jack Elliott

Song

Kate Engel

Assistant

Brandon England

Rerecording

David Fenton

Song

Douglas Finley

Song

Dawn Fintor

Foley Artist

Roger Fisher

Song

Chris Fogel

Other

Christina Fong

Assistant Director

David Craig Forrest

Makeup

Doug Forrest

Visual Effects

Hal Fowler

Medic

Marti Frederiksen

Song

Jenny Fulle

Visual Effects

Audrey Futterman-stern

Hair

Lauri Gaffin

Set Decorator

Randy Gardell

Assistant Costume Designer

Marvin Gaye

Song Performer

Marvin Gaye

Song

Jennifer German

Visual Effects

Ivan Goff

Other

Amanda Goldberg

Associate Producer

Leonard Goldberg

Producer

Andrew Goldstein

Rotoscope Animator

Tony Gomez

Craft Service

Berry Gordy

Song

David J. Grant

Production Supervisor

Howard Gray

Song

Trevor Gray

Song

Kimberly Greene

Makeup Supervisor

Victoria Gregory

Accounting Assistant

Dawn Guinta

Production Manager

Harry Gunderson

Graphic Artist

Walt Hadfield

Construction Coordinator

Jan Hammer

Song

Jan Hammer

Song Performer

Herbie Hancock

Song

Frances Hannan

Makeup

Gregg Harris

Boom Operator

Keely Hawkes

Song

Heart

Song Performer

Dick Heckstall-smith

Song

Christian Hejnal

Effects Coordinator

Jimi Hendrix

Song

Adam S. Hernandez

Assistant Editor

Jon Hiseman

Song

Stewart Hoffman

Other

Jake Hooker

Song

Mark Hoppus

Song

Liam Howlett

Song

Bill K. Hoyt

Other

Susan Hunter Flick

Sound Effects

Mark R Jackson

Camera Operator

Michael Jackson

Song

Michael Jackson

Song Performer

Gregory E Jacobs

Song

T Jamerson

Song

Steven Alexander James

Song

Joe Jennings

Camera

Jack Johnson

Visual Effects

Jeffrey A Johnson

Best Boy Grip

Kevin J. Jolly

Editor

Dr. Ken Jones

Visual Effects Supervisor

Nancy Juvonen

Producer

Kirsty Kalkhoven

Assistant

Patrick Kavanaugh

Rotoscope Animator

Nina Kawasaki

Assistant Editor

Gary Kecker

Foley Artist

Tracy Keitler

Production Coordinator

Daryl Kell

Music Editor

Rachel Kelley

Other

Gary Kemp

Song

Rachel Kielborn

Assistant

Noelle King

Set Designer

Kier Kirby

Song

Scott Kirkley

Production Assistant

David Klassen

Art Director

Beyoncé Knowles

Song

Mathew Knowles

Song

Duffy Knox

Visual Effects

Stephen Kowalski

Other

Lisa Kshatriya

Rotoscope Animator

Daniel Kuehn

Effects Coordinator

Sol Lake

Song

Doug Lazy

Song Performer

Daniel Lenz

Song

Pam Leonte

Script Supervisor

C J Lepage

Effects Assistant

Didier Levy

Graphic Artist

Keni St Lewis

Song

Marvin E. Lewis

Boom Operator

Lyndon Li

Graphic Artist

Susan Lichtman

Set Costumer

Tricia Linklater

Assistant Sound Editor

Jeanine Lobell

Special Thanks To

Paul Lombardi

Special Effects Coordinator

Barbara Lorenz

Hair

Steve Love

Assistant Director

Elliot Lurie

Song

Jesse Lutz

Assistant

Arnon Manor

Graphic Artist

Dawn Brown Manser

Set Designer

James Marbas

Production Supervisor

Frank Marocco

Song

Jerry L. Marshall

Best Boy Grip

Walt Martin

Sound Mixer

Adolfo Martinez-perez

Storyboard Artist

Lanelle Mason

Rotoscope Animator

Vincent Mata

Assistant Camera Operator

Richard F Mays

Art Director

Errol Mccalla

Song

Patrick Mcclung

Visual Effects Supervisor

Lori Mccoy-bell

Hair

Paul Mcghee

Color

Scott Mckee

Visual Effects

Bob Mcmillian

Color Timer

Florence-isabelle Megginson

Assistant Costume Designer

Alan Merrill

Song

George Michael

Song

Darren Michaels

Photography

Cedric Miller

Song

Chris Miller

Assistant

Marjon Mirbaha

Assistant

Raquel Morales

Other

Anne Morgan

Hair

Lloyd Moriarity

Key Grip

Walter Morrison Jr.

Song

Andrew Mumford

Visual Effects

John W Murphy

Dolly Grip

Hachidai Nakamura

Song

Film Details

Also Known As
Charlie et ses droles de dames, Charlie's Angels: The Movie, Charlies änglar, Los ángeles de Charlie, ángeles de Charlie, Los
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Action
Adaptation
Comedy
Crime
Thriller
Release Date
2000
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Releasing
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 38m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for the 2000 Award for Best Costume Design in a Feature Film - Contemporary from the Costume Designers Guild (CDG).

Released in United States Fall November 3, 2000

Released in United States on Video March 27, 2001

Released in United States March 2000

Based on the popular television show "Charlie's Angels" which ran from 1976-81, and originally starred Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith.

Thandie Newton was previously attached for a role as one of Charlie's Angels.

Cameron Diaz reportedly received $12,000,000 for this role.

Lucy Liu reportedly received seven figures for this project.

Feature directorial debut for music video director Joseph McGinty Nichol (aka "McG").

Cameron Diaz reportedly received $12,000,000 for this role.

Lucy Liu reportedly received seven figures for this project.

Began shooting January 10, 2000.

Spelling Entertainment closed its film production arm in February 1998.

Completed shooting June 24, 2000.

Released in United States Fall November 3, 2000

Released in United States on Video March 27, 2001

Released in United States March 2000 (Shown as a "promotional film clip" at ShoWest 2000 in Las Vegas, Nevada March 6-9, 2000.)