Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always is heading to Netflix, and here’s the trailer.
As is always the way in the current climate, the 2016 Power Rangers film was intended to kick start a franchise. Despite the somewhat optimistic talk of a six film story arc, the film fell well below expectations and the sequels were cancelled, with Saban selling the rights to Hasbro. The last update was in 2020, when Jonathan Entwistle was reported to be directing a reboot with a screenplay by Bryan Edward Hill.
Separate to that is Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always, a feature film spin off from the television series. Reuniting the cast thirty years on from its premiere in 1993, the official synopsis reads as follows:
Thirty years after the wise and powerful Zordon formed the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the team comes face to face with a familiar threat from the past. In the midst of a global crisis, they are called on once again to be the heroes the world needs. This 30th Anniversary Special is inspired by the legendary mantra from the franchise “Once a Ranger, Always a Ranger” – meaning once you become part of the Ranger family, you are always welcome back.
The cast includes Richard Steven Horvitz, Johnny Yong Bosch, David Yost, Barbara Goodson, Catherine Sutherland, Karan Ashley, Steve Cardenas, Charlie Kersh, and Walter Jones as The Black Ranger.
Charlie Haskell directs from a screenplay by Becca Barnes and Alwyn Dale.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always lands on Netflix on the 19th April.
Watch the trailer below…
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