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Elizabeth Banks doesn't let the rainy weather stop her from getting her coffee


Elizabeth Banks doesn’t let the stormy weather stop her from getting her coffee as she grabs a cup of joe decked out in rain gear

Elizabeth Banks isn’t letting a little rain stop her from getting her caffeine fix. 

The actress, 45, was spotted braving the stormy weather to pick up some coffee and food in Los Angeles on Wednesday. 

Elizabeth carried an umbrella and wore a rain coat as she went about her day, running errands.  

Can't rain on her parade! Elizabeth Banks was spotted braving the stormy weather to pick up some coffee and food in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Can’t rain on her parade! Elizabeth Banks was spotted braving the stormy weather to pick up some coffee and food in Los Angeles on Wednesday

The Charlie’s Angels actress was bundled up in jeans and knee-high boots as she walked across the street with her goodies. 

She wore her blonde hair down, beneath a Boston Red Sox baseball cap. 

Elizabeth appeared focused and determined to move out of the cold weather and into the warmth.

Much like the gloomy weather, it has not exactly been the brightest time in Elizabeth’s movie career as of late.   

Coffee to go! A bundled up Banks carried her beverages out of the store

 Coffee to go! A bundled up Banks carried her beverages out of the store 

Braving the storm: Elizabeth appeared focused and determined to move out of the cold weather and into the warmth

Braving the storm: Elizabeth appeared focused and determined to move out of the cold weather and into the warmth

Elizabeth directed, starred, and produced the new Charlie Angel’s reboot, which performed poorly at the box office on it’s opening weekend.

In it’s first two weeks of release, the film only grossed a little more than $40 million worldwide. 

Amid the disappointing box office results, there is an upside.   

Universal has given Elizabeth a shot at box office redemption, with the studio announcing the Hunger Games actress as the star and director of their forthcoming The Invisible Woman reboot.

Take two: Banks has a shot at box office redemption, with Universal announcing the Hunger Games actress as the star and director of their forthcoming The Invisible Woman reboot. Seen here last week in London

Take two: Banks has a shot at box office redemption, with Universal announcing the Hunger Games actress as the star and director of their forthcoming The Invisible Woman reboot. Seen here last week in London

The star ‘also will produce along with her husband Max Handelman via the duo’s Brownstone Productions,’ according to The Hollywood Reporter.  

The original 1940 film centered on a department store model with an ulterior motive who volunteers as guinea pig for an invisibility machine.

The film was a screwball comedy, but sources for THR describe the forthcoming reboot as being in the horror genre and having a tone like ‘Thelma & Louise meets American Psycho’.

A release date for The Invisible Woman is currently unknown, however The Girl On The Train writer Erin Cressida Wilson has penned a draft of the script. 

Disasterpiece: Her Charlie's Angels reboot has only grossed a little over $40million worldwide in its first two weeks of release

Disasterpiece: Her Charlie’s Angels reboot has only grossed a little over $40million worldwide in its first two weeks of release

OG: The original 1940 film centered on a department store model with an ulterior motive who volunteers as guinea pig for an invisibility machine

OG: The original 1940 film centered on a department store model with an ulterior motive who volunteers as guinea pig for an invisibility machine



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