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POWER RANGERS (2017): Official Runtime Revealed Along with New International Poster

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Power Rangers Gets an Official Runtime and New International Poster

We are only about a month away from the release of Power Rangers as fans of the popular franchise can’t wait to see the team back on the big screen. The trailers do look amazing, but the question is how long the film will be. With filming already done, Lionsgate now has an official runtime.

Power Rangers will be running for a little over two hours, or 124 minutes to be exact. That is certainly longer than the last two Power Rangers films from the mid-90s, which can at 95 and 99 minutes. We know now that this will be the longest film in the Power Rangers franchise, so we can expect a much bigger story. The running time also is standard for most superhero films.

To keep you occupied for the long wait for Power Rangers to be released, we also have a new international poster, courtesy of the German film page on Facebook. The poster shows all five teenagers with their suits on and helmets off, being played by Dacre Montgomery, Becky Gomez, RJ Cyler, Naomi Scott, and Ludi Lin. In the background, we see all the Dinozords as the Rangers prepare for battle.

Check out the new international poster from the Power Rangers film and let us know what you think. What are your thoughts on the runtime for the new film?

Power Rangers German Poster

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