Power Rangers cinematic universe to be picked up by Netflix

Power rangers

Led by director and screenwriter Jonathan Entwistle.

The last movie Power rangers, yet not so bad, did not meet the expected success at the box office (only 140 million dollars in the world in 2017) and it will not have a sequel. But the saga Mighty Morphin is not so far buried. Last year, Entertainment One, the studio owned by the Hasbro group, announced plans to create a new cinematic universe. Power rangers, which would cover both movies and TV series. A vast ambition driven by Jonathan Entwistle (creator and showrunner of the Netflix series I Am Not Okay With This and producer of The End of the F *** ing World).

The project is still current and Deadline reveals it’s in full development for Netflix!

“Since we created Power rangers with Jonathan, we really came up with a holistic approach. It’s not just a series, it’s series followed by films, children’s programs “, reveals Michael Lombardo, President of eOne Global Television. “We have found a great writing partner. We believe in. Netflix is ​​excited, we are excited, we hope to hear from you soon. “

We understand from these words that nothing has yet been officially ordered or set in stone. But we’re heading for a big franchise Power rangers on Netflix in the long run. The first part is expected to be directed by Jonathan Entwistle and written with Patrick Burleigh (Eternals). He would tell Power rangers going back in time to the 1990s, and trying to fit in with their time.

All other information on potential future films and series in this new cinematic universe is being kept secret for the time being.

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