While the Jury is out on whether or not we'll get a Power Rangers sequel, the Blue Ranger RJ Cyler knows what he'd like to see if it does happen.
“I want to see the growth Jason has with his pa,” Cyler said. “In our movie, they had the father-parent relationship like Mufasa and Simba… I want to see how deep in forgiveness and understanding both of them get with each other. They softened in the last movie, but I want to see how their relationship evolves. I also want to see more of the Trini character because there were a lot of good nuggets of who Trini is and how she could potentially be a part of the LGBT community. I want to see the development of that. Fan’s lives can change with that."
Cyler's version of Billy happens to be on the autism spectrum, and fans have let him know how much that means to them.
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We're hoping it happens as well, and Hasbro recently teased that a movie project was in the works for their newly acquired brand, but there was no word on whether that would be a sequel or a reboot.
The 2017 Power Rangers reboot was produced on a $100 million dollar budget and brought in over $85 million domestically at the box office. It added another $56 million overseas for a worldwide total of $142 million. It isn't known what the advertising budget was for the film.3comments
Power Rangers starred Dacre Montgomery (Jason/Red Ranger), Becky G (Trini/Yellow), RJ Cyler (Billy/Blue), Ludi Lin (Zack/Black Ranger), and Naomi Scott (Kimberly/Pink Ranger), as well as Bryan Cranston (Zordon), Elizabeth Banks (Rita Repulsa) and Bill Hader (Alpha 5).
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