http://www.lionsgate.com/corporate/press-releases/1578/ So yeah, how did this not have a thread yet? They're re-booting MMPR. Not just making a new incarnation of the Rangers as a film. They specifically say "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" and "re-envison" in the press release. Jason David Frank (Tommy, the Green/White/Red/Red/Black) ranger is already chomping at the bit for a part. If this is done right and make this film for a contemporary audience, like they've been doing with superhero films from DC and Marvel for a while now, I can see something perhaps cool. They can't stay in the aimed-at-8-year-olds realm though. This has to be gritty and grown up. It has to appeal to adults who grew up with the shows, rather than only appealing to people in grade school. It's got to be PG-13 and earn that, like so many other superhero films.