WJ: To be working on a television show and have a regular job, doing 40 episodes a season, that's not something to sneeze at.
We’re saying January Jones and Olivia Wilde, and they’ve both been with Jason Sudeikis.
Maybe we think, “well, they like funny, quirky guys, we have a chance.” Jason Sudeikis, he just seems like a normal guy!
Back in May, Lionsgate announced that it would reboot the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers franchise for an upcoming movie. And the parties were memorable: We had pool tables, we had a trampoline, we had a huge Burmese python that was 12-feet long, and we'd just have a good time. We always had amazing guys at the house, too, if that's what the other guys were into. Well, they would have a party what seemed like every month.
It's unclear if any of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers will reprise their roles for the upcoming movie, but The Huffington Post felt like it was morphin' time and reached out to early cast members to talk about the putty-fighting days. I'd come home sometimes and there were 150 people in our house that we didn't know. And the funny thing was I didn't know them because they were off the show by the time I got there. The original cast often talks about the long hours and little pay that was given to the actors. John said that production company Saban Entertainment's idea of treating the actors well was just providing a good food spread.
Power Rangers is inching closer to its release date, and with each passing day, we get a few more details about the film.
Since the film is based on the nostalgia-laden Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series from the ‘90s, fans have been wondering if any of the old rangers from the original series might make an appearance in the film. Thanks to the release of the film's production notes from Lionsgate, we now know that 2 original Power Rangers will be appearing in the new film.
"I think what's great about that scene and what that scene propels for the rest of the movie is, 'That's OK.' The movie is saying, 'That's OK,' and all of the kids have to own who they are and find their tribe." David Yost, the gay actor who played the original Blue Ranger in the '90s TV series "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers," approves of the tweak to Trini's character, originally played by deceased actress Thuy Trang.
"They really stepped up to the plate,” Yost told THR.
Those boycotting Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" over a gay character can add "Power Rangers" to their list, too. According to The Hollywood Reporter, one of the rangers is a lesbian - or at the very least, questioning her sexuality.
Like Josh Gad's "Beauty and the Beast" character Le Fou, the film's acknowledgement of the character's sexuality is subtle.
I'm looking for Sarah Thompson, Ninja Steel Pink Ranger."Sarah said "How do you know me? Sarah you must go with Syd because Pink Rangers are required on the mission."Sarah said "Ok Brody.