The Original 'Power Rangers' Cast Reunite on the Red Carpet, Ready for Action!

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The original Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers reunited on Wednesday at the red carpet premiere of the new, blockbuster Power Rangers movie, and they were ready for action.

Austin St. John
(aka Jason Lee Scott, the Red Ranger), Walter Jones (aka Zack Taylor, the Black Ranger), Jason David Frank (aka Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger), and David Yost (aka Billy Cranston, the Blue Ranger), stood side-by-side, ready for morphin' time.

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St. John, Jones, and Yost first donned their iconic suits when Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers debuted in 1993. Frank joined the cast as the enigmatic Green Ranger later in the first season.

Amy Jo Johnson
, who starred as the original Pink Ranger Kimberly Hart, wasn't photographed with her former cohorts but had nothing but gushing things to say about her co-stars. "I'm really good friends with a lot of the original cast," Johnson told ET. "Me and David Yost are like best friends. And then I talk to [Jason David Frank] a lot. But I haven't seen Walter [Jones] or Austin [St. John] in forever, so this is super fun."

Sadly, actress Thuy Trang -- who started as the original Yellow Ranger Trini Kwan -- died in a car accident in 2001 at the age of 27.

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Directed by Dean Israelite, the new film will feature Dacre Montgomery as the Red Ranger, Naomi Scott as the Pink Ranger, RJ Cyler as the Blue Ranger, Becky G as the Yellow Ranger, and Ludi Lin as the Black Ranger.

The new cast also hit the red carpet, ready to bring the iconic fighting team into a new age with their $100 million take on the beloved franchise.

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A-listers Elizabeth Banks, who stars as the villainous Rita Repulsa, rocked a stunning, electric blue jumpsuit while she posed for photos before the premiere.

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Bryan Cranston
and Saturday Night Live alum Bill Hader also star, both lending their voices to the mighty Zordon -- the Power Rangers' mentor -- and Alpha 5 -- Zordon's robot assistant -- respectively.

Power Rangers
explodes into theaters this Friday.

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