There's a new Power Rangers film on the way, set to try and set the course straight for the fan-favorite franchise. According to a new report from THR, Paramount is rebooting the franchise with a new feature from Jonathan Entwistle, creator of Netflix's The End of the F***ing World.
Unlike the 2017 reboot of the same name from Lionsgate, the new Power Rangers film has found a home at Paramount and is set to feature a "time travel element" which will take the characters back to the 1990s.
Patrick Burleigh (Peter Rabbit 2) is currently writing the script.
This will mark the first film for the franchise after being purchased by Hasbro last year. At the time, the toy giant reportedly purchased the iconic brand for a staggering $522 million.
Launched in 1993, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is among TV’s longest-running kids’ live-action series with almost 900 episodes to date in several incarnations. The last Power Ranger pic was released by Lionsgate in 2017. That film grossed $85.4 million domestic and $142.3M worldwide.
It's Morphin Time!!!