Power Rangers opened to solid results, coming in at No. 2 at the box office and getting mostly positive reviews. The updated take of The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers made a lot of necessary improvements over the original source material, introducing more modern teens with attitude and turning down the camp factor a notch. Despite these changes, we still found ourselves with quite a few lingering questions by the time the credits rolled, some intentional, some... not so much.

Of course, a movie shouldn't have to answer all the questions that it presents in its runtime, as long as the experience of watching is still fulfilling, but we couldn't help but think of these 12 questions Power Rangers left in the air.

Spoiler Warning: If you haven't seen the film, you might want to bookmark this and come back later.

Power Rangers' Zordon Bryan Cranston

Is Zordon's Meteor What Caused The Extinction Of The Dinosaurs?

Power Rangers has a pretty cool opening where Zordon and his Rangers make their last stand against Rita on Earth during the Cenozoic Era. It doesn't end well and Zordon orders Alpha (Bill Hader) to launch a meteor at his coordinates in a last ditch effort to kill Rita. It works -- for the most part -- but is this meteor responsible for also wiping out the dinosaurs? It would certainly explain why Zordon doesn't just do it again when Rita resurfaces millions of years later.

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