Elizabeth Banks, director of woke Charlie’s Angels, thought COCAINE BEAR would destroy her career!?
00:26 "... director of cocaine bear made compatible ..."
00:36 "... utterly tanked while cocaine bear which ..."
00:50 "... it was cocaine bear that was going to ..."
00:54 "... considering that cocaine bear has no ..."
01:33 "... about cocaine bear destroying her career ..."
01:55 "... it all for the Gory R-rated cocaine bear ..."
07:19 "... supposed to do with cocaine bear though ..."
07:32 "... cocaine bear because they conveniently ..."
07:36 "... while cocaine bear is indeed the first ..."
08:54 "... as cocaine bear the film represents ..."
09:10 "... Angels cocaine bear is a ginormous risk ..."
09:42 "... nervous about cocaine bear a modestly ..."
09:55 "... because with cocaine bear the script was ..."
10:12 "... a director for hire cocaine bear is the ..."
12:27 "... on cocaine bear there is no such message ..."
12:38 "... cocaine bear was made to make money ..."
12:53 "... cocaine bear were to underperform ..."
13:20 "... what did you think of cocaine bear and ..."

Elizabeth Banks, the director of the smash hit “Cocaine Bear”, and formerly the director behind the failed Charlie’s Angels reboot and the flop Call Jane, was never worried about what those movies would do to her career … Cocaine Bear however, had her worried, even if it was produced by hitmakers Lord and Miller of Lego movie and animated Spider-man fame. What could possibly be the reasoning behind that?

In this editorial, @AndreEinherjar will begin with Bank’s convenient rewrite of history, the official reason why she was worried about Cocaine Bear destroying her career, and reading between the lines, what the real reason might have been.

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Feb 25th 2023
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