Lionsgate has released the final trailer for the upcoming Power Rangers movie which features new footage.
Most people probably rolled their eyes at the thought of Saban and Lionsgate rebooting the Power Rangers for the big screen.
We’ve seen our new teenagers with attitude and what they’ll look like as the Power Rangers, along with a few glimpses of the films villain Rita Repulsa (played by Elizabeth Banks). Now Lionsgate via IGN have released concept are showing us the new and not so improved Alpha 5 (voiced by Bill Hader).
Yesterday the first trailer for the Power Rangers reboot was released worldwide during New York Comic Con. At the convention Lionsgate held a panel for the upcoming film which revealed fan favourite villain’s Goldar and the Putty Patrol would be appearing in the big screen reboot (both appeared in the original 90’s series) alongside Rita…
New York Comic Con is here and its bringing the goodies as Lionsgate has released the first trailer for the big screen Power Rangers reboot.
We have our Rangers, our Zordon, our baddie Rita Repulsa and now the new Power Rangers movie has found its Alpha 5.
Three words that would get me hyped as hell as a child were “It’s Morphin’ Time!” and the inner child in me is excited about Lionsgate and Saban’s big screen reboot of the original 90’s Power Rangers series. Today the studio released five new posters for New York Comic-Con that features all the Rangers and…
Films nowadays, especially reboots and comic book adaptations (mostly) like to give little nods here and there to previous incarnations, creators etc.. Whether it be an Easter egg or a small cameo, there’s usually a few to be spotted in movies.
We’ve seen a few images from Lionsgate and Saban’s upcoming big screen Power Rangers reboot. And during this week’s Expo Licensing Brazil a couple of new images have been spotted at the convention that offer up another look at the new team of heroes in their super suits.
The big screen Power Rangers reboot doesn’t come out to early next year and Lionsgate are taking this opportunity to promote the upcoming superhero film at San Diego Comic-Con. The Power Rangers franchise has been on our TV screens for twenty-three years now (would you believe it?), and whilst it’s still popular today, it was back in…