The Power Rangers movie adaptation is sure to hit the big screens in 2017. Several fans are excited to see what the reboot film of Haim Saban’s colourful superhero team will look like. Based on recent reports and spoilers, the Power Rangers film seems to be really promising.
But these are not the only reasons why many fans will agree that the Power Rangers film is really something to be excited about. Most recently, a batch of new posters for the much awaited movie has been released.
The newly released posters serve as a confirmation that the new batch of teenage superheroes are going to use their Zords. Fans of the 90?s classic are aware that Zords are the colossal machines that the superheroes use whenever they need to face a battle.
Unsurprisingly, the Zords for the Power Rangers movie adaptation were given a new look. The Zords have alien designs. Based on how the Zords look like, it seems like the Power Rangers film will revolve on a heavier story compared to the series that kids from the 90s have enjoyed.
Power Rangers Zords
The alien designs of the Zords are comparable with Michael Bay?s Transformers movies and Guillermo del Toro?s Pacific Rim. Many think that the upcoming movie from Lionsgate would follow the alien designs of the robots from these movies. Below is one the newest Power Rangers movie posters from denofgeek.com.
For those who are not familiar with the Zords, here is a refresher.
Zack the Black Ranger has the Mastodon Zord
Kimberly the Pink Ranger guides the Pterodactyl Zord
Billy the Blue Ranger controls the Triceratops
Trini the Yellow Ranger has the Sabre-Tooth Tiger
Jason the Red Ranger has the Tyrannosaurus.
Director Dean Israelite was able to make it clear that the Rangers? power sets are of alien origin. It can be recalled though that in the Power Rangers television series, the powers come from magic.
In the posters, Black, Blue, Pink, Red and Yellow Rangers are all suited up. All the teen superheroes are on the brink on their respective Zords. The all new rangers will be portrayed by new actors. These include Dacre Montgomery, RJ Cyler, Naomi Scott, Becky G and Ludi Lin.