Go Go Power Rangers!

Catch the powerful cast, including Elizabeth Banks, Bill Hader, Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin, Becky G. and more as they arrive to the red carpet in Los Angeles, Wednesday, March 22 beginning at 9:15 pm ET on IGN’s Public Facebook Page

It’s Morphin’ Time. IGN Entertainment and Lionsgate announced today that they will partner to live stream “POWER RANGERS Red Carpet Live Stream Presented By IGN,” the official red carpet show for the film’s US premiere on Wednesday, March 22 from 9:15-10:15 pm ET (6:15-7:15 pm PT). The world premiere event will be live streamed by IGN via Facebook LIVE, YouTube, and IGN.com.

The one-hour show, produced by IGN, in association with Lionsgate, will stream live from Mann Village Theater in Los Angeles. Hosted by Tiffany Smith and IGN’s very own Terri Schwartz and Joshua Yehl, the live red carpet experience will feature exclusive interviews with talent and celebrities, offering Power Ranger fans a front row seat to the excitement of the highly anticipated premiere first-hand.

Dacre MontgomeryNaomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin, Becky G. and other special guests are expected to be in attendance. Plus Bill Hader and Elizabeth Banks will also be stopping by to answer questions, taken directly from IGN’s Facebook, enabling fans to participate in the red carpet in real time.

“IGN’s collaboration with Lionsgate on Facebook LIVE is a great way for Power Rangers fans all over the world to experience the mega red carpet event first hand. Both IGN and the Power Rangers have been a dominant force since the 90’s, so it’s only appropriate that we come together on the biggest stage of them all – a Hollywood premiere,” said Wade Beckett, SVP of Video at IGN Entertainment.

Stay connected and part of the fun by using hashtag #PowerRangersMovie. Catch all the excitement live from the red carpet at www.facebook.com/ignwww.youtube.com/ign and www.IGN.com.

Press Release Source: LIONSGATE/ IGN Entertainment, Inc. / PR News
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