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Comic Book Review – Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Vol. 1

29 October 2016 6:20 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Chris Cooper reviews Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Vol. 1…

Dive into the first collection of our best-selling, modern, ongoing Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series! After escaping Rita Repulsa’s mind control, Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger, joins the Power Rangers to combat the onslaught of evil attacks plaguing Angel Grove. Any semblance of a normal life is gone for Tommy now, but with his newfound family there lies hope for a brighter path.

Back in my younger days I ran around the Primary School playground with a group of friends fighting imaginary Putty Patrols whilst shouting ‘Triceratops’ with furious conviction. As an adult I own a morpher, which I used to pose with the original Blue Ranger (David Yost, humble brag, lovely guy).

So as you can imagine I was terribly excited to find out that there was going to be a comic book based on my era of Power Rangers. »

- Chris Cooper

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Fully Loaded, Crowdfunded Action Thriller, The Order, Taps Nick Gillard For His Directorial Debut

20 October 2016 7:20 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Anyone unfamiliar with the name Nick Gillard will be delighted at his work credits in stunts on film. He's the one who buys it from behind a tank periscope in Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade and has also served as stunt coordinator for all three Star Wars prequels as well as Timur Bekmambetov's Wanted and Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow. Such credits and more deservedly make Gillard a worthy candidate to direct his own movie someday and thankfully that day won't be far of with the production of the new ensemble action movie, The Order, slated to start in January. Actors Austin St. John and David Yost lead a vibrant cast roster comprised of notable stars of the hit Power Rangers series spanning more than two decades, thus...

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Why Are Fans So Angry Over This Power Rangers Poster?

6 October 2016 4:42 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

A few weeks ago, Lionsgate unveiled new character posters for Power Rangers, which introduced each of the characters' massive Zords. The posters were showcased through the Power Rangers official Twitter last month, but one of the tweets didn't sit well with fans of the original series. Many have spoken out, because the tweet in question was so insensitive to a former cast member of the original series, who passed away 15 years ago.

The controversy started on September 21, when the Twitter accounts for the Power Rangers franchise, the new movie reboot and international distributor eOne Films sent out a poster for the Yellow Ranger, Trini, played by Becky G. While the poster itself wasn't exactly offensive, the tweets from these accounts stated that "Driver's Ed not required," referring to the Zord robots. Many fans took the studios to task since the actress who played the original Yellow Ranger, Thuy Trang, died »

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Power Rangers Reboot Won't Have Original Cast Cameos

5 September 2016 1:25 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

With 90s nostalgia at an all-time high, Lionsgate is expecting their Power Rangers reboot to be an early success when it opens in March of next year. But fans who were actually around back in the 90s, watching the show when it first aired, may be a little disappointed in this revamp of the popular kids show. Apparently, none of the original Power Rangers are returning in this next big screen adventure.

It sounds like there won't be any surprise cameos in the new Power Rangers at all. At least not where the old show is concerned. Sure, Bryan Cranston, who is starring as Zordon, does have a past history with the show. One of the original characters, Billy Cranston (aka the Blue Ranger) was named after the Breaking Bad actor following his stint doing various voice overs for the show, as well as other Saban projects. But he will »

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Bryan Cranston Apologizes for 'Fey' Comment About Gay Actor David Yost's Power Rangers Character

18 July 2016 1:45 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Bryan Cranston has apologized for comments he allegedly made about gay actor David Yost's role as the original blue ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. In a 2009 interview with IGN, Cranston reportedly referred to the blue ranger as the "fey" member of the Power Rangers ensemble. "When I read the interview, which took place about a year before I came out publicly it really hurt me," Yost told NBC Out when asked about Cranston being cast in the upcoming Power Rangers reboot. Cranston, 60, responded to Yost's comments, saying he didn't remember making the joke but still takes responsibility for his potentially hurtful words. »

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Bryan Cranston Apologizes for 'Fey' Comment About Gay Actor David Yost's Power Rangers Character

18 July 2016 1:45 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Bryan Cranston has apologized for comments he allegedly made about gay actor David Yost's role as the original blue ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. In a 2009 interview with IGN, Cranston reportedly referred to the blue ranger as the "fey" member of the Power Rangers ensemble. "When I read the interview, which took place about a year before I came out publicly it really hurt me," Yost told NBC Out when asked about Cranston being cast in the upcoming Power Rangers reboot. Cranston, 60, responded to Yost's comments, saying he didn't remember making the joke but still takes responsibility for his potentially hurtful words. »

- Jodi Guglielmi, @JodiGug3

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Bryan Cranston Apologizes for Offending Gay Power Rangers Actor

17 July 2016 3:25 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Bryan Cranston has apologized for derogatory comments he allegedly made about gay actor David Yost’s role as the original blue ranger in “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.” In a 2009 IGN interview Cranston referred to the blue ranger as “fey,” though it’s unclear whether he was referring to the character or the actor who played him. “When I read that interview, which took place about a year before I came out publicly, it really hurt me,” Yost told NBC Out on Friday, expressing mixed feelings about Cranston’s casting in the new “Power Rangers” theatrical reboot. Also Read: Bryan Cranston »

- Meriah Doty

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Why Is This Original Power Rangers Star Mad at Bryan Cranston?

7 July 2016 11:43 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Is Bryan Cranston a homophobe? That's the accusation aimed at the Breaking Bad actor this morning as original Blue Ranger David Yost chimes in with his thoughts about Cranston being cast as Zordon in the new Power Rangers movie reboot. While fans were happy to see Heisenberg come aboard, Yost definitely isn't a fan. And it all stems back to some comments the former Malcolm in the Middle dad made in 2009, which were on the offensive side of the spectrum. Though we'll let you decided how you truly feel about his former statements yourself.

Many were surprised that such an acclaimed actor as Bryan Cranston would sign on to star in Power Rangers. And the news brought a lot of genuine excitement. Except for David Yost, who seems to have been holding onto a 7 year interview from IGN this entire time. In a recent exchange on Twitter, original Pink Ranger »

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Comic Book Review – Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0

19 January 2016 11:30 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Chris Cooper reviews Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0…

It’s Morphin Time! The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers make their Boom! Studios comic debut in this kick-off #0 issue that sets the stage for the rest of the series. After escaping Rita Repulsa’s mind control, Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger, joins up with the rest of the Power Rangers to combat her never-ending evil plans. Any semblance of a normal life is gone for Tommy now, but with his newfound family there lies hope for a brighter path. Includes the short story from the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comics!

“I’ll be Blue Ranger!”

Granted I was more interested in the colour and dinosaur than I ever was In Billy the character. It was nice to never be challenged for the role though, as most kids wanted to be Tommy, Jason or Kimberly. I had all the toys, »

- Chris Cooper

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