Mighty Morphin' News: Power Rangers to Get Another Reboot with an All-New Cast

Looks like the Power Rangers will "Go Go" once again, just not with the same cast playing their characters.

Stranger Things Season 3 star Dacre Montgomery, who played the Red Ranger in the recent 2017 reboot, participated in an AMA on the Stranger Things subreddit recently, where he was asked if there were any plans to go forward with a new Power Rangers sequel.

"I think there is a movie in the works but it's not with me and the cast. So yes but not with us," tweeted Montgomery. 

Hasbro and company have remained curiously silent about any plans for a sequel to their 2017 reboot, which underperformed at the box office with a disappointing $142 million box office cull against a $100 million budget. With those kind of numbers, a sequel would seem more than unlikely to happen. 

Hasbro bought the Power Rangers franchise from Saban Brands last year; and Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner expressed great interest in creating another Power Rangers film, stating "Hasbro will work with a film studio to develop a new Power Rangers movie as a follow-up to the 2017 release." 

Aside from Montgomery and Goldner's comments, it's unclear exactly what Hasbro has planned for future Power Rangers films, but a sequel to their 2017 box office bomb seems sadly unlikely.