U.S. – It is morphing time. Five new posters of the Power Rangers’ reboot show Zack, Trini, Jason, Kimberly and Billy on top of their gigantic Dinozords. Everyone should remember the Zords always combine to create the Megazord in desperate times.
The tyrannosaurus rex for the Red Ranger, the mastodon for the Black Ranger, the Blue Ranger atop the triceratops, the sabre-tooth tiger for the Yellow Ranger, and the Pink Ranger flying on the pterodactyl.
On the other side, the updated Rangers will wear full body armors straight out of a comic book. Marvel’s Iron Man peeks around.
The Power Rangers Film crew will be at October’s Comic-Con
The event features the stars and the director of the highly anticipated Power Rangers new movie. They promise exclusive and never before seen footage of the upcoming reboot.
The recreation of the Go-Go Earth saviors has teased posters and images but no footage yet, so fans should stay alert for any future development. The movie is set to premiere on March 24, 2017.
Many fans and critics are already skeptical about how the film will look in action, as the photos the filmmakers have revealed are not particularly convincing.
The Power Rangers reboot cast will count with Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad’s Heisenberg, will portray the wise master of the heroic teen group, Zordon. Cranston confirmed there is going to be “a lot of CGI,” so it would be safe to assume production is going to stick to the original character.
The cast is also full of young rising actors. The Yellow and Pink Ranger stars will be Becky G. and Naomi Scott. The Blue, Back and Red Ranger will be R.J. Cyler, Ludi-Lin, and Dacre Montgomery.
A lot of people criticized the original series. According to them, the show was full of racial context. They focus on how the producers choose the ranger’s suit colors based on the actors’ racial ethnicity having an Asian actress playing the Yellow Ranger and an African-American actor playing the Black Ranger.
Lastly, Elizabeth Banks will appear as the villain Rita Repulsa leading an invasion of Earth. Her last roles were Effie Trinket in the Hunger Game series and Paris in Magic Mike XXL. The director is Dean Israelite. He was at the helm of 2015’s Project Almanac and is the man behind John Wick: Chapter 2 arriving in February 2017.
Source: Entertainment Weekly