‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ Movie In The Works

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‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ Movie In The Works

Lionsgate announced that it’s planning a film franchise reboot of the popular Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV show, which features a group of teens who morph into super-warriors and pilot giant robots called Zords to save the world. What do you think?

  • “So are they going to be dinosaur Zords or jungle animal Zords? Fucking tell me now!”

    David Esposito
    Film Reel Changer
  • “I fear we’re now too far removed from the Cold War for this to resonate.”

    Mary-Beth Haskell
    Craft Services Manager
  • “Hollywood better not screw this up.”

    Doug Stein
    Ticket Booth Agent