It's the era of reboots and it seems like many of Hollywood A-listers are on board the reboot train. The upcoming "Charlie's Angels" reboot from actress and director Elizabeth Banks is reportedly adding Kristen Stewart and Lupita Nyong’o as two of the titular Angels, according to Variety.

The last time "Charlie's Angels" was on the big screen was back in 2000 and 2003, when the film of the same name was released, starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu. It was followed by a 2003 sequel subtitled "Full Throttle." Before that, the franchise originated as a crime drama TV series that ran from 1976 to 1981.

The original series featured three white girls playing the titular Angels, and through the years, it seems that diversity is playing a role in the casting process.

In fact, the McG-directed films in the early 2000's featured Asian American actress Lucy Liu as one-third of the Angels. In the upcoming reboot, Banks is set to push the envelope on diversity even further by casting Stewart and Nyong’o.

Kristen Stewart as the first bisexual Angel?

While no character details have been confirmed about the upcoming "Charlie's Angels" reboot, it's easy to imagine Kristen Stewart as a bisexual or lesbian Angel. Earlier this year while hosting "Saturday Night Live," Stewart described herself as "so gay" and even clarified that she is in fact bisexual. Given how sensitive and passionate audiences have been about film and TV casting choices lately, it seems that Elizabeth Banks would consider representing the LGBTQ community with one bisexual or lesbian Angel.

Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong’o also in the running to play an Angel

Aside from "American Ultra" and "Personal Shopper" star Kristen Stewart, the "Charlie's Angels" reboot is also looking to cast Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o as one of the Angels.

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Nyong'o's notable performances include those in "12 Years a Slave" in 2013, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in 2015, and "The Jungle Book" in 2016. She's also set to star in the upcoming "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" and Marvel's "Black Panther." If she does land a role in the upcoming "Charlie's Angels," it would make her the first black Angel, which means progress for those who seek to see representation in films. It would be nice to see people of diverse races and sexualities on the big screen if both Nyong'o and Stewart get the roles. As of press time, there's no release date set for the upcoming "Charlie's Angels" reboot.