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News Power Rangers Movie Zords Revealed in New Toy Images

News Bot Nov 16, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    A variety of posters and a trailer for the Power Rangers reboot movie have been released over the past few months, but more recently its mechanical stars have been revealed via Bandai's upcoming toyline. Earlier this month, we got an idea of what the Megazord would look like, and now the full Zord line-up has been unveiled. Check out the images in the gallery below, via fansite Power Rangers Now:


    In the classic TV show, the Zords are colossal mechanical or bio-mechanical robots. When the Rangers' monstrous enemies grow to incredible sizes, the only way they can fight them is by summoning and piloting these enormous war machines.

    The first trailer for Power Rangers was released in October, and it suggests that the film is going for a more serious tone than the series. Neither the Ranger suits or Zords made much of an appearance in this that teaser, but Elizabeth Banks' evil Rita Repulsa was featured heavily.

    Power Rangers opens in theaters on March 24, 2017, directed by Dean Israelite. It stars Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Becky G, Ludi Lin, and Bryan Cranston.

    Power Rangers first appeared on screens in 1993's Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. The show mixed new American scenes with footage taken from the Japanese show Super Sentai. To date there have been 23 TV series and two earlier movies.

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