After swapping its original release date, the "Charlie's Angels" reboot is continuing to expand its cast.

Variety reports that Chris Pang and Nat Faxon have just joined the ever-expanding ensemble, playing undisclosed roles. Pang is fresh off the success of hit summer rom-com "Crazy Rich Asians," while Faxon currently stars in Netflix series "Friends From College," as well as lends his voice to the streaming service's animated series "Disenchantment."

The duo join an already-impressive roster that is headlined by the titular trio of  Kristen StewartNaomi Scott, and Ella Balinska. Elizabeth Banks -- who is also directing and producing -- will be playing one of several Bosleys in the flick, as are  Patrick Stewart and Djimon Hounsou.  "Hunger Games" star Sam Claflin was also recently recruited for a part.

This new "Charlie's Angels" focuses on the next generation of the Townsend Agency, which has expanded across the globe, providing security and intelligence services to a variety of international clients. Stewart had previously said that this version is more grounded than the original films, and puts a greater emphasis on women working together.

We're looking forward to seeing this eclectic cast in action. "Charlie's Angels" is now due in theaters on November 1, 2019.

[via: Variety]