For whatever reason, maybe it's trying to cash in on a way of '90s nostalgia, there's another 'Power Rangers' reboot in the offing.
The latest attempt - and here's hoping it'll be the last - is being mounted by Jonathan Entwistle - best known for his work on Channel 4's 'The End Of The F***ing World' and the TV miniseries, 'Vanity Fair'. The script, meanwhile, is being put together by Patrick Burleigh.
Per a report in THR, the story for this reboot is taking a decidedly different approach - using time-travel. The story will follow as the kids are shot back to the '90s and have to try and figure out how they can get home ala 'Back to the Future'.
To be honest, that sounds like a pretty good approach to the story.
For one, gritty reboots of childhood TV shows has just been done to absolute death, so trying to make it a little funny and acknowledging its roots is the best way to go. Not only that, the idea is to introduce 'Power Rangers' to a whole new generation so why not have it set in the time when it was most popular?
It's early days yet and no casting has been announced, but expect this one to be fast-tracked pretty quickly. Here's hoping this gets a blast at some point as well.