In ‘Power Rangers’, Lionsgate’s big budget movie reboot of the classic 90s TV show, Bill Hader plays Alpha 5, Zordon’s robot sidekick.
Go go Lupita Nyong'o! The Oscar-winner has joined the ranks of celebs who have wandered the halls of Comic Con incognito.
Dean Israelite's reboot of the kids TV hit under-performed at the box office, taking only $140 million worldwide.
EXCLUSIVE : Chinese actor Ludi Lin, who recently starred as the Black Ranger in Liongate’s Power Rangers reboot, has landed the role of Murk in Warner Bros’ James Wan-directed DC superhero film Aquaman . Jason Momoa is starring in the film, which WB recently pushed back from its original release date in October to December 21, 2018. In the comics, Murk is the leader of the front-line army of Atlantis known as the Men-of-War and Aquaman’s trusted ally. Amber Heard, Patrick…
The new Power Rangers movie is being accused of plagiarism, due to alleged similarities to the sci-fi movie ‘Chronicle’. Screenwriter and director Max Landis, who made ‘Chronicle’ (and is also the son of the director John Landis), has taken to Twitter to call out the film. Watch the ‘Power Rangers’ trailer below.
Aye-yai-yai! Here’s a fresh look at the all-new big screen ‘Power Rangers,’ as Lionsgate release five new character posters highlighting our five new heroes.
These new Power Rangers costumes are going to take some getting used to. USA Today revealed a new look at the costumes of the Power Rangers reboot as part of its San Diego Comic Con preview and the general consensus online is that they look… like bowling balls. “They look like gel pens” wrote one commenter on Reddit, “I was going to say bowling balls” chirped in another, while a third confirmed, “You’re both right, Gel pens with Bowling Ball helmets.” - Twitter Bans Trolls Over Ghostbusters Abuse - Brolin Talks Avengers A closer look at a bowling ball confirms their suspicions. One site suggested the new suits looked like “Iron Man and a whole lot of gummy bears procreated” while another proffered “These costumes look like if Joel Schumacher f***** a bag of Jolly Ranchers.” It was a bold choice making the new power rangers movie costumes outta rock candy.
It’s official – we’ve got our first look at the new ‘Power Rangers’ costumes. The Power Rangers are heading back to the big screen, and they’ve had a bit of a makeover since their Mighty Morphin’ days. “It’s tricky finding a new language for a superhero costume,” production designer Andrew Menzies told Entertainment Weekly.
People magazine has lifted the lid on 2017′s live action ‘Power Rangers’ reboot by revealing the film’s villain Rita Repulsa as played - beneath layers of costume and prosthetic make up - by Elizabeth Banks. The original Rita who tried to conquer earth in the 90s ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ TV show was played with cackling glee by Machiko Soga, dubbed by Barbara Goodson, before she was recast in the second season, and again for the 1995 film. Banks also revealed that Rita’s origins would be different in the film telling People, "We wanted to give her a backstory that connects her to the new Rangers".
Entertainment Weekly just premiered the first group photograph of the core quintet from the new ‘Power Rangers’ movie, currently in production. While ‘Power Rangers’ has never left the small screen, enduring in a long series of different iterations over the past two decades, this new movie from Lionsgate is directly modeled on the original line-up of first series ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,’ introduced in 1993. A popular sensation, ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ spawned a marketing empire, two theatrically released feature films in the mid-1990s, and no less than 21 more ‘Power Rangers’ TV shows to date.