This publicity file photo provided by Saban Brands, shows a scene from the "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" TV show.

This publicity file photo provided by Saban Brands, shows a scene from the "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" TV show.

AP Photo/Saban Brands, file

The costumes for the new Power Rangers movie were revealed by Entertainment Weekly this week, and not everybody is in love with them.

They're not the cheap-looking spandex of the original TV series. These suits look high-tech, which led to a lot of Iron Man comparisons on social media. One of the bigger issues people have pointed out, though, is the design for the pink and yellow rangers.

The "boob plate" is unfortunate, but seems to at least be explained away in the movie's fiction. The Entertainment Weekly story says that the suits are actually "translucent extraterrestrial armor that crystallizes around their bodies." OK, fine, then explain why the women rangers are wearing wedges. Those aren't a part of the human body that a suit would need to grow around!

That aside, I personally think the suits look fine, and I'm increasingly interested in seeing this movie when it's released in 2017. And come on, don't pretend that these are the worst Power Rangers costumes the series has ever seen.

Infinity Warfare

Some of you out there have been playing a Call of Duty game every year since at least 2007. Are you ready for the next one?

What if I told you that some of it takes place in space?

Activision released the debut trailer for Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare and... it looks like a modern Call of Duty game. The trailer is actually getting a ton of dislikes on YouTube, which could be a sign that the series is losing steam. More likely, though, it's people upset that the also-announced remaster of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is set to be available exclusively to people who buy high-end versions of Infinity Warfare.

Come on and slam

Also, Space Jam 2 is a thing, I guess? There's been word on the street about a sequel to everybody's favorite Looney Toons movie starring Michael Jordan for a long time now, with the reports always being that LeBron James is set to be the star.

Now, The Hollywood Reporter is saying that director Justin Lin has signed on to make the project a reality. Lin has previously directed Fast & Furious 6 as well as the upcoming Star Trek Beyond, so... Maybe Bugs Bunny will get either a fast car or a cool phaser?

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