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New Rejected Power Rangers Movie Logo Designs

It’s been over two years since Saban’s Power Rangers movie hit theaters, and for the first time ever, fans can check out rejected logo designs.

The logos were created by artist Shawn Michael Yanez, and eventually turned down by Lionsgate and Saban Brands before their rebooted film launched in 2017.

Judging by the rejected designs below, most feature a lightning bolt, implying that the icon was of utmost importance to Lionsgate when deciding to give the franchise’s logo a facelift.

While some of the designs seem similar to what ended up being the final product, fans can see some versions below that would have been very far out there from what the Power Rangers brand has historically stuck to.

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Of course shortly after the movie’s launch, Hasbro acquired the property from Saban Brands, giving the franchise its first new owner in almost a decade.

Since then, Hasbro has been in talks with Paramount about a new Power Rangers movie, although the chances of it being a sequel to Lionsgate’s 2017 movie remain slim. It’s more likely that Hasbro and Paramount will choose to reboot the movie universe with a new story, and a new cast. (Click here to recap Hasbro’s new movie discussions with Paramount).

Saban’s Power Rangers follows five ordinary teens who must become something extraordinary when they learn that their small town of Angel Grove – and the world- is on the verge of being obliterated by an alien threat. Chosen by destiny, our heroes quickly discover they are the only ones who can save the planet. But to do so, they will have to overcome their real-life issues and before it’s too late, band together as the Power Rangers.

Starring Becky G, Ludi Lin, Naomi Scott, Dacre Montgomery, RJ Cyler, Elizabeth Banks, and Bryan Cranston, Saban’s Power Rangers is available on home video now.

The new rejected logos were found by Twitter user @MegaPowerBrasil.

Fans can click here to order Saban’s Power Rangers movie – available now with tons of behind-the-scenes features on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD.

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13 thoughts on “New Rejected Power Rangers Movie Logo Designs

    1. Me too. And I’m sure that Hasbro’s Power Rangers Movies will revive the franchise and get more people both young and old into the show

    1. The 2017 movie was solid and the action sequences were well done. If another movie is made I hope it’s a sequel with the same cast.

      1. SAME, I don’t know where all this hate is coming from for the movie, especially since everyone agreed it was at least ‘okay’ when it came out.

        Rebooting the films at this time would also be a stupid idea. I’d like to remind you all the average moviegoer is NOT aware of what’s going on behind the scenes and how one film connects to another, if at all. My mother legitimately thought heroes from DC were gonna come to save the day after Infinity War, plus a friend of mine who is a few years younger than me gets Sam Raimi’s and Marc Web’s Spidey films confused all the time. Rebooting the films now would cause so much confusion for general audiences and it’s better to build off of what the first film established rather than just “Oh, people thought it was okay- No, no they hated it, let’s try again!”

        Besides, I wanna see a live-action Green With Evil dammit and not in the mid-2020s or something.

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