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POWER RANGERS (2017): The Team Suits Up in New Trailer

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The Power Rangers Embrace Their Destiny in New Trailer

We were expecting to see some new material from the upcoming Power Rangers reboot, and now we got our hands on the second trailer. In the new video, we get to see the team finally suiting up in their costumes fighting alongside with their new Zords.

Lionsgate is starting the New Year with the second trailer for their new release Power Rangers. We got a tease of the new armor for the young team and this new look is something that fans are really excited about. The suits have been getting a lot of hype since fans got to see their first look last year. In the new trailer, see some of the same footage from the first trailer, but we get some new scenes from the film. The trailer also shows us the team fighting against villains like Goldar and the main villain, Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks). We also have our first look at Bryan Cranston as mentor Zordon and Bill Hader as his robot assistant Alpha-5. It seems that Zordon is different from the series as he will be talking from a wall and the film is sticking to their early look at Alpha-5.

We can see that this is a much more mature look for the Rangers and we can expect a ton of visual effects for most of the action scenes. Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think. Are you looking forward to seeing Power Rangers this spring?

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