Power Rangers fans can get a sneak peek at the upcoming movie thanks to a new website devoted to the alien-fighting teens’ high school.
As part of its marketing campaign, Lionsgate has created a website for the The Roar, the student newspaper of the film’s fictional Angel Grove High School. (Go Tigers!)
The new Power Rangers movie will feature many familiar names (if not faces) from the original series, including Zordon (voiced by Bryan Cranston), Alpha 5 (voiced by Bill Hader), the zords, and Rita Repulsa (played by Elizabeth Banks). One more name director Dean Israelite confirmed at the Lionsgate panel at New York Comic Con will be Goldar.
Back in the ’90s, boys and girls woke up on Saturday mornings, turned on the TV, and watched Power Rangers. This Saturday, kids are waking up to the first trailer for the Power Rangers movie reboot, which dropped ahead of Lionsgate’s New York Comic Con panel at Madison Square Garden.
Power Rangers has found its Alpha 5.
Saturday Night Live alum Bill Hader will play the panicky robot sidekick in the Lionsgate film, which is based on the ’90s TV franchise about a group of teenagers who battle aliens with martial arts and giant mech suits.
The Power Rangers are gearing up to hit New York Comic-Con next month, and they’re bringing some new artwork along for the ride.
Lionsgate unveiled the quintet of character posters ahead of the studio’s NYCC panel on Oct. 8 — showing off the mighty morphin’ team’s new (and very shiny) Zords.
Amidst this modern wave of franchise reboots and reinventions, it has become standard to allow the original cast and creators to cameo in the latest edition of a series they made famous (i.e. Bill Murray and co. popping up in this summer’s Ghostbusters). However, that apparently won’t be happening in next year’s Power Rangers reboot.
More than two decades ago, Bryan Cranston lent his voice to the Power Rangers TV series, and he’ll soon be returning to the franchise on the big screen.
In the upcoming reboot, the Breaking Bad star will star as Zordon, the Rangers’ mentor. But as new team members Becky G, Dacre Montgomery, Ludi Lin, and Naomi Scott revealed when they stopped by EW’s studio at San Diego Comic-Con, they initially had no idea who would end up playing their wise guru.
To mark World Emoji Day, Disney released a new video retelling the story of Zootopia with emojis.
The film, directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore, tells of police bunny Judy Hopps (voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin) and con-artist fox Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman) as they work together to uncover a conspiracy in the city of Zootopia.
It’s finally time to get closer look at the new batch of Power Rangers. Lionsgate officially released cast posters of the five might morphin’ teen heroes on Thursday morning.
The new portraits depict close-ups of actors Dacre Montgomery (Red Ranger), Becky G (Yellow Ranger), RJ Cyler (Blue Ranger), Naomi Scott (Pink Ranger), and Ludi Lin (Black Ranger) tinted by their character’s signature color, and overlain with the franchise’s thunderbolt logo.
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