Power Rangers Reboot: Rumors About A Female Red Ranger?
Paramount Pictures is preparing Mighty Morphin heroes once again for another movie. But this time there will a change in the Power Rangers movie, and it is to be much more different reinvention than the last one.
As we had seen before also that the 2017 Lionsgate movie was a greater variety of teenage super squads, with the first autistic costume hero (blue) and LGBTQ (yellow) from the cinema. The following, however, can go one step further and give the team a female leader.
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The same people said that Paramount is developing a restart of Transformers and that a Disney+ show is coming, that we now know to be accurate, that the studio is interested in its public relations to try something new and different with the movie and the current plan is to make Red Ranger a woman. And if this idea comes to the screen, it could be a big problem for the franchise.
The sequel to the 2017 movie was planned to reshape Tommy Oliver / Green Ranger as a woman
But it would be a much more significant gender change. Despite developing a new season of Power Rangers almost every year since 1993, there has never been a full-time female Red Ranger. The two support women have been the Reds, but one was a former Ranger Bad (SPD), while the other only changed for five episodes (Super Samurai). So, it’s time to get it fixed.
A screenplay by Patrick Burley, Jonathan Entwistle’s direction of the world, the restart plot will feature a style turn Back to the Future, as a group of modern rangers are sent in the 1990s and what they know Applying is the way back to the present. There may also be connections to the original program since WGTC has even heard that the original Green and Pink Rangers, Jason David Frank and Amy Jo Johnson, will appear in some way.