Mar 20, 2017 06:12 AM EDT By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano

'Power Rangers' Latest News & Updates: Clip Shows Black Ranger Losing Control of Mastodon Zord; Here's What it Looks Like

The new "Power Rangers" movie is almost up, with new clips crawling forward until then.

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The new "Power Rangers" movie is almost up, with new clips crawling forward until then.
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"Power Rangers" seems to unceasingly bring forth the hype on what the kids of the 90's have considered part of their childhood. New clips have been released that shed some light on the characters and what other attributes the movie will don, with the latest being the Black Ranger.

According to Cinema Blend, the "Power Rangers" reminiscence keeps its pace with the reveal of the Zords-now with the supposed Mastodon Zord shown by Zack, played by Ludi Lin. However, in the clip, Zack seems to have little to no control of the massive machine, as he panics relentlessly from start to finish.

The video highlights Zack's attempt to halt a speeding Mastodon Zord, which as some may notice, has extra legs instead of the conventional four. It has stirred quite a slight controversy to those who recognize the older "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" look but still keeping the sturdy, massive tank-like look, and purpose of the mechanical animal. The clip also shows the rest of the rangers being oriented by the film's Alpha 5-with a slight tweak as well compared to the predecessor movie.

The Hollywood Reporter gave their insights on the reboot, comparing how the film's well-being suits that of the original with a taste of the present putting technology into account. In terms of accuracy, the new film has slightly strayed away from the source material but putting their own touch in the flick such as Elizabeth Banks' Rita Repulsa that looks absolutely nothing like the one from the past cinematic "Power Rangers" film.

The Lionsgate "Power Rangers" movie is scheduled to show on March 24, 2017. The movie casts Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Banks, Bill Hader, David Denman, Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin and Becky G. What do you think of the upcoming childhood flick that many have grown to love?

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