Lionsgate has released a new trailer for Power Rangers, giving us a first look at Bryan Cranston's Zordon. Similar to the original TV series, the movie follows five ordinary high school kids who learn of a threat to their hometown, Angel Grove. Chosen by destiny, the five Rangers have to band together to protect earth from a looming threat.

This is the first trailer to feature the Power Rangers' mentor Zordon, portrayed by the Breaking Bad star.  The cast also includes Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live) voicing Alpha and Elizabeth Banks (Hunger Games) as villain Rita Repulsa.

The excitement for Power Rangers continues to build with the latest trailer release, with many fans hoping to gain a sense of nostalgia from the childhood show. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers originally aired from 1993 to 1995 before Power Rangers Zeo followed in 1996 and Power Rangers Turbo a year later in 1997.

Power Rangers opens in theaters on March 24.

In other news, watch the Season 4 promo for HBO's Last Week Tonight, which airs from February 12.

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