The final act of Power Rangers is everything you could want from a Power Rangers movie. It’s fun, funny, action-packed, and filled with so many Zords and monsters that you’ll actually feel like you’re watching a big-budget update of the popular kids’ franchise. The problem is that the 90 minutes preceding it wants as…
There’s a brand new image of Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa, everyone’s favorite, campy-as-hell Power Rangers villain. Unfortunately for Rita, she’s trapped. And unfortunately for us, she’s not trapped in the traditional giant terra cotta moon pot.
Oh my god. The Power Rangers reboot has officially announced that the show’s classic, scenery-chewing villainess Rita Repulsa will be played by Elizabeth Banks. This is either going to be ridiculous, or a chance to see Banks go absolutely full on bonkers.
About 20 years elapsed between the original TV version of Charlie’s Angels and its first, spy-fi film adaptation. Now, it’s taken less than five. The franchise, which had a short-lived TV reboot in 2011, will once again be reimagined for the big screen.
How could The Hunger Games land a kid in detention? Did they bring a bow and arrow to school? Did they drop a beehive on a classmate's head?
Elizabeth Banks is set to star in McG's live-action Tinkerbell movie, Tink. Quick, everyone shout, "There's No Such Things As Fairies!", and maybe this pixie movie will die off.
We mentioned the other day that Kirsten Dunst doesn't seem to be a lock for Spider-Man 4 and 5 yet, and already people are anointing a new lead actress. Best of all, she's someone you've already seen in the movies. Elizabeth Banks played long-suffering Daily Bugle secretary Betty Brant in the first few films, but only…