Hey 2014, Lionsgate says it’s morphin’ time.

The studio announced its plans for a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie. Now after 20 years of having that shitty theme song stuck in your head, you’ll soon have a good excuse.

“The Power Rangers stories and characters have been embraced by generations of audiences for more than 20 years,” said Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer. “And today they are more powerful than ever.”

It’s unclear which universe he lives in where this is true, but it’s good enough for Saban Brands, the Power Rangers licensing entity that is totally on board. No director or screenwriter has been announced yet and presumably no plot either. The two companies said that they plan to “re-envision” the superhero squad.

The original TV series was short-lived. It only aired for three seasons between 1993-1995 on Fox Kids. It featured a group of teenagers chosen to protect the Earth from alien invaders by morphing into superheroes. Each ranger had unique weapons and abilites and piloted giant dinosaur-inspired robots. They included: Jason, the Red Ranger, with the T-rex robot; Billy, the Blue Ranger, with the triceratops robot; Kimberly, the Pink Ranger, with a pterodactyl; Zack, the Black Ranger, with the mastodon; Trini, the Yellow Ranger, with the saber-toothed tiger and Tommy, the Green/White Ranger, with the Dragonzord.

The show wasn’t good then and it certainly won’t be any good 20 years later. No amount of “re-envisioning” shit can spin it into gold. We get that, in Hollywood at least, ‘90s reboots and nostalgia are in. But damn, someone tell Lionsgate that some revivals just aren’t worth it.

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