‘Power Rangers’ Movie Lands China Release Date

Power RangersThe Mighty Morphin Power Rangers are headed to the Middle Kingdom.

The Wrap reports that Lionsgate’s Power Rangers reboot is set to open in China with zero cuts on May 12, a week after the release of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. This also puts the Dean Israelite-directed movie directly up against Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, which arrives on the same day.

Last month, Power Rangers was approved for a theatrical release in China, following weeks of speculation that the film would not make its way to the country due to a character who questions her sexuality. State distributors China Film Group and Huaxia Distribution are handling the film’s release, with marketing by TIK Films.

The film stars Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Becky G, Ludi Lin, Bill Hader, Bryan Cranston and Elizabeth Banks.

Power Rangers is out in U.S. theaters now. You can read our review of the film here.

Source: The Wrap

5 Things We Want To See In A ‘Power Rangers’ Sequel

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This article contains spoilers for Saban’s Power Rangers.

The 2017 reboot of Power Rangers hit theaters this past weekend and, to many fans, it was successful and even garnered a favorable reaction from us. I grew up with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and one of the greatest elements of the new film was the ways in which it brought back the classic elements from the series and left ways to explore more of them in further sequels. The potential for a franchise is tempting for any studio, but to do one correctly they have to find a way to please old and new fans simultaneously. There are several things that we would love to see appear in the inevitable sequels that could make the series even greater. There’s a lot of potential and the following things will hopefully tap into that potential.

Here are 5 things we want to see in Power Rangers sequels. Click Next to start!

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.