It’s morphin time for Paramount Pictures with their “Power Rangers” reboot
The End of the F…ing World is a wonderful and dark comedy on Netflix, which is most likely the reason why Paramount Pictures has tapped Jonathan Entwistle and is currently in negotiations with Entwistle to direct the studio’s upcoming reboot of the classic live-action 90’s TV show, Power Rangers.
Entwistle is in post with a new show he has co-created, executive producer, and directed for Netflix. The new series titled I’m Not Ok With This, is about a teenage girl dealing with high-school life, her emerging sexuality, and superpowers. Patrick Burleigh writer of the upcoming Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway will be writing the script for the reboot.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers the live-action 90’s Fox Kids show about color-coded teenage superheroes out to save the world from extraterrestrial threat was first reboot in 2017 by Lionsgate. The Lionsgate Power Rangers reboot was a box office bomb with a worldwide gross of 142 million with a budget of 100 million, effectively ending any idea’s of a sequel and most likely prompted the show creator Haim Saban to sell the property to Hasbro in 2018.
Paramount now in control of the Power Rangers and being produced by Hasbro, who’s film arm Allspark Pictures will bring the movie to life, is aiming for a story that is said to involve a time-travel factor which will bring the kids into the 1990s, and in Back to the Future fashion, the rangers have to discover a way to return to their present time.
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