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Lord Zedd Planned for Power Rangers Movie Sequel

Lord Zedd Planned for Power Rangers Movie Sequel

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Comicbook.com recently had an interview with Dean Israelite, the director of the Lionsgate Power Rangers film about the potential villain for the sequel.  According to Israelite, he is planning to have Lord Zedd as the main villain.

“Well Lord Zedd is the obvious choice, I think, in a good way. Ya know, there was a time when we were talking about Lord Zedd being in this movie. And it just felt…

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Power Rangers Movie 2017 Japanese Dub Cast Members Revealed

Power Rangers Movie 2017 Japanese Dub Cast Members Revealed

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Recently new Japanese dub cast members for the Power Rangers Movie 2017 film have been announced.

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The cast includes:

  • Ryo Katsuji :Jason Scott Red Ranger 
  • Alice Hirose: Kimberly Hart / Pink Ranger
  • Tomokazu Sugita: Billy Cranston / Blue Ranger  
  • Nana Mizuki: Trini / Yellow Ranger
  • Tatsuhisa Suzuki: Zack Taylor/ Black Ranger 
  • Miyuki Sawashiro: Rita Repulsa 
  • Arata Furuta: Zordon 
  • Ryota Yamasato:…

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‘Power Rangers’ is surprisingly more about characters than action

I don’t want to oversell this, but the new “Power Rangers” movie is actually kind of good. It is by no means a masterpiece, but it is made with more care than was necessary and is surprisingly earnest.

The original “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” series, a re-purposing of the Japanese show “Super Sentai,” debuted in 1993. “Super Sentai” featured super-powered humans who would do battle with various monsters. Inevitably, these fight escalated to giant robots versus giant monsters.

“Power Rangers” re-framed this footage with a teen show in the mode of “Saved By the Bell.” The formula proved successful and is still going strong with new spin-offs every couple years.

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Just watched this with the commentary from Dean Israelite and writer John Gatins. Very interesting commentary.

A couple Jimberly related notes from it were that the scene with Jason and Kim talking about running away together was one of the first written and used when testing actors for the roles because they wanted to get the chemistry right.

Also on the cut kiss scene they reiterated it was merely so it would make the scene more about Kimberly and not about Jason. Nothing more. In fact Dean mentioned that he was glad it was cut cause it added more to the Zord look scene they shared at the end and mentioned that it showed that their connection was going to culminate in something.

19th British Independent Film Award nominations

Best British Independent Film
“American Honey”
“Couple in a Hole”
“I, Daniel Blake”
“Notes on Blindness”
“Under the Shadow”

Best International Independent Film
“Hunt for the Wilderpeople”
“Manchester by the Sea”
“Moonlight”
“Mustang”
“Toni Erdmann”

Best Director
Andrea Arnold, “American Honey”
Babak Anvari, “Under the Shadow”
Ben Wheatley, “Free Fire”
Ken Loach, “I, Daniel Blake”
Peter Middleton and James Spinney, “Notes on Blindness”

Best Screenplay 
Andrea Arnold, “American Honey” 
Babak Anvari, “Under the Shadow” 
Billy O’Brien and Christopher Hyde, “I Am Not a Serial Killer” 
Paul Laverty, “I, Daniel Blake” 
Rachel Tunnard, “Adult Life Skills”

Best Actor
Dave Johns, “I, Daniel Blake”
Max Records, “I Am Not a Serial Killer”
Michael Fassbender, “Trespass Against Us”
Shia Labeouf, “American Honey”
Steve Brandon, “My Feral Heart”

Best Actress
Hayley Squires, “I, Daniel Blake”
Jodie Whittaker, “Adult Life Skills”
Kate Dickie, “Couple in a Hole”
Narges Rashidi, “Under the Shadow”
Sasha Lane, “American Honey”

Best Supporting Actor
Arinze Kene, “The Pass”
Brett Goldstein, “Adult Life Skills”
Christopher Lloyd, “I Am Not a Serial Killer”
Jamie Dornan, “Anthropoid”
Sean Harris, “Trespass Against Us”

Best Supporting Actress
Avin Manshadi, “Under the Shadow”
Gemma Arterton, “The Girl with All the Gifts”
Naomie Harris, “Our Kind of Traitor”
Shana Swash, “My Feral Heart”
Terry Pheto, “A United Kingdom”

Best Documentary
“The Confession: Living the War on Terror”
“Dancer”
“The Hard Stop”
“Notes on Blindness”
“Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach”

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