Woah, woah Power Rangers. Have you heard of the expression ‘Go big or go home?’...
Go go Power Rangers — reboot.
The new Power Rangers movie might not even be playing in theaters yet, but series creator Haim Saban already has the next five movies mapped out, according to a new interview with Variety. “Think about movies like Jungle Book and Arrival,” he said. “The effects are mind-boggling. So does the ... More »
Becky G doesn't understand all the fuss about playing a gay Power Ranger, but she has a problem with playing the first gay one in 2017. Becky plays Yellow Ranger Trini who deals with "girlfriend problems" in the new flick. She was at the…
Power Rangers is the movie director Dean Israelite wanted to make. Whether you love the finished product or hate it, the director had a vision and he stuck to it. And when we asked him about his reasons for going certain directions with the movie, Israelite had an explanation for every decision he made -- and he still stands by them. More »
The cast of the upcoming Power Rangers reboot share a few key facts about the movie before it releases this week. The post Power Rangers Cast Shares 10 Things to Know Before the Film appeared first on CBR.
Elizabeth Banks strikes a pose as she arrives at the premiere of Power Rangers on Wednesday night (March 22) in Westwood, Calif. The 43-year-old actress looked fierce in a bedazzled, blue jumpsuit as she was joined by her co-stars Becky G, Dacre Montgomery, Ludi Lin, Naomi Scott, and RJ Cyler. PHOTOS: Check out the latest [...]
That's a lot of morphin' time! The post Power Rangers Sequels: ‘Six Movie Story Arc’ Planned by Saban appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
In keeping with this current trend of taking the things you loved as a kid and turning them into less-than-stellar gritty remakes, Power Rangers is a tedious mixture of nostalgia, melodrama and The Breakfast Club-level teen angst.
The Power Rangers movie reboot hits theaters this week, and it’s not going to be the last time we see these teenagers with attitude if the man who brought Power Rangers into existence has anything to say about it. In fact, there are plans already under way for a six-part saga. Read more...
Despite his Tony and three Emmy Awards, Bryan Cranston isn’t exactly known for being a subtle performer. Do you need someone who can throw a pizza on a roof or wear a bee suit? He’s your man. Do you want quiet, devastating interiority? Okay, yeah, we also saw Breaking Bad’s ... More »
The joy of the Power Rangers TV series was how campy it was. It was pure fun to watch teenagers jump around in nerdy spandex suits, fly giant robot machines, and fight ridiculous monsters (one was called Mr. Ticklesneezer, another was, I kid you not, Chunky Chicken). Show More Summary
If you’re making a big budget blockbuster these days, chances are you aren’t just looking at one film. You’re looking at a series of films. Sure, Hollywood has always been about sequelizing. You can look back in recent decades and see the myriad of sequels that have spawned from amazing original films. Show More Summary
Looks like they learned their lesson! After it was revealed one of the five teen heroes in Power Rangers was gay, fans in Malaysia started to get anxious. No, not because it bothered them — because their government could stop them from seeing the film! After the country's ultra-conservative censorship board tried to cut FOUR MINUTES out [...]
Producer Haim Saban confirms he has long term plans for the Power Rangers film franchise. The post Power Rangers Already Has a Planned Six-Movie Arc appeared first on CBR.
Catch up with the many different series before the movie hits The post Power Rangers TV Shows Revisited appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
'I think so many people in the LGBTQI community are going to be excited to see that representation,' says David Yost, actor who played the blue ranger in the 1990's TV show.
Earlier today, we reported that Malaysia’s decidedly homophobic censorship board would allow Disney’s live-action Beauty And The Beast to screen in the country without edits, and now another big movie with a well-publicized (yet similarly minor) LGBT element has made it past the censors unscathed. Show More Summary
If you ventured to the multiplex to see a certain kind of end-of-year popcorn movie a while back, you were likely treated to the trailers for Power Rangers and Logan, perhaps back-to-back. Both featured songs written by Johnny Cash (“Hurt” in Logan, a Halsey cover of “Walk the Line” in ... More »