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Bryan Cranston Joins 'Power Rangers' Movie As Mighty Zordon

Bryan Cranston has joined the cast of 'Power Rangers', playing the mighty Zordon in the big-screen version of the 1990s kids television series.

Zordon is the one who recruits five teenagers from Angel Grove – Jason Lee Scott, Zack Taylor, Kimberly Hart, Trini Kwan, and Billy Cranston – to become the Power Rangers, giving them the Power Morphers, the Power Coins, and the Dinozords to battle his nemesis, Rita Repulsa.

He continues to mentor the Power Rangers over several years until Zordon and Alpha leave Earth for Eltar.

The 1995 Power Rangers film also featured Zordon and he was left on the verge of death after his giant tubes were destroyed. The plot revolved around the Rangers travelling to Phaedos in order to obtain the Great Power needed to revive him.

RJ Cyler, Becky G, Ludi Lin, Naomi Scott and Dacre Montgomery will play the Power Rangers who must unite stop the world from being conquered. Elizabeth Banks he already been cast as alien witch Rita Repulsa.

'Power Rangers' is already filming and has a March 24, 2017 release date.

June 22, 2016 |

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