Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith have reportedly said no to the chance of reprising their most famous roles, as "Charlie's Angels," for a brief appearance in the new movie version of the '70s TV show. New York's Daily News says that the trio was not content with taking the money (said to be $100,000 each for three hours work) and running. Rather, they wanted to have some input into their cameo roles. The News says Fawcett did approve a reunion scene in the new feature -- provided that it had been established in the film's scenario that she and Charlie were romantically linked. Due to open in November, the "Angels" movie -- starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu -- has reportedly been plagued with skirmishes on the set and heavy rewrites of the script.
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