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A new video traces the path of the dark and violent "Power Rangers" fan film, from location scouting to the premiere.
Despite labeling his project as a "fan film," director Joseph Khan doesn't consider himself a fan of the mid-90s Power Rangers show.
The Green Ranger may have disapproved, but many other former Rangers seem to have enjoyed the darker version of the kids' action franchise.
Producer Adi Shankar and director Joseph Kahn have reached an agreement with Saban Entertainment to return their controversial "Power/Rangers" deboot to the video sites.
Actor Jason David Frank, who was approached to appear in the dark and violent reimagining, says, "The cuss words, the drugs, all this other stuff — it doesn't fly with me."
The dark and violent fan film remains available on YouTube, but the Saban-owned SCG Power Rangers LLC succeeded in having the NSFW version removed from Vimeo.
From the producer of "Dirty Laundry" and "Truth in Journalism" and the director of "Detention" comes a dark and violent short film that looks into the bleak future of the Power Rangers.