Charlie's Angels director Elizabeth Banks has responded to the movie bombing at the box office, saying that she is still "proud" of it.
The new reboot opened to only $8 million (£6.2 million) on its release weekend in the US, despite costing over $48 million (£37 million) to make.
However, Banks has taken it all lightly, tweeting: "Well, if you're going to have a flop, make sure your name is on it at least 4x. I'm proud of #CharliesAngels and happy it's in the world."
It comes after the director – who also wrote and starred in the movie – hit back at criticism for making another version of Charlie's Angels.
"You've had 37 Spider-Man movies and you're not complaining!" she said. "I think women are allowed to have one or two action franchises every 17 years – I feel totally fine with that."
Meanwhile, Banks has also opened-up about Kristen Stewart making a big return to Hollywood in the movie.
"Being in a big franchise allows you to have it all," she said. "I recognise the same thing, it's almost unfair for women. The best roles are usually in small movies, but then you don't make any money. It's okay to want to make money."
Charlie's Angels is out in US cinemas now, and out in UK cinemas on November 29.
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