Last Friday the 13th was the world premiere of “Don’t Call Me Angel,” the official music video for Columbia Pictures‘ new movie, Charlie’s Angels. Although the release date might mean bad luck for some, it wasn’t for all the fans of Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey, who get to see their stars emulate the movie’s main characters.
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, and produced by Brandon Bonfiglio, the video plays with compelling visuals and action scenes to bring each of the singers’ style into the Angels’ universe:
We also get a cameo appearance by actress Elizabeth Banks, who stars as Bosley in the movie.
Hannah Lux Davis is an American music video, commercial video, and film director. She went to New York Film Academy, the Los Angeles Film School, and has worked with top-charting artists like Lil Wayne, Drake, Camila Cabello, Halsey, Ariana Grande, and more. Also, she has won two MTV VMA’s Awards and has been nominated another ten times in different categories.
Brandon Bonfiglio is a film producer and director working for London Alley, a California-based full-service entertainment production company. The company has produced videos airing on MTV, BET, E!, and has also produced multiple award-winning videos for Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran, and more.
For all Charlie’s Angels‘ fans out there, now is your turn to enjoy a catchy, upbeat song by this fantastic trident of stars. Just like in the music video, each of the singers brings their style, making each section their own. They all sing a verse each, Ariana sings most of the choruses (honestly, it feels more like a Rihanna performance), and all three come together at the last chorus and outro.
Don’t Call Me Angel is up on YouTube and currently trending at #28 at the time of the article’s publication.