Power Rangers’ Jason David Frank Passes Torch to Daughter, Jenna Frank, In New Kickstarter Project

Published on July 24, 2019

Gear-up, because it’s MORPHIN’ TIME! Power Rangers fans, rejoice, because your favorite Green/White Ranger is back in a brand new project.

This year’s San Diego Comic Con (SDCC 2019) was nothing short of electrifying. Rangers alumni, Jason David Frank, and his daughter, Jenna Rae Frank, 15, have joined forces in a brand new movie project, self-funded through Kickstarter.

Days before SDCC 2019, both Frank and his daughter released the four-minute trailer debuting the film to fans, giving them what they had hoped for these past few years–Jenna’s re-entry and portrayal of a Power Ranger.


The film is a Power Rangers-styled project that seems to hint at Frank’s daughter, Jenna, joining the Ranger realm as the newest Ranger.

Rumors have circulated for the past two years as to Jenna’s role alongside her dad as a potentially new ranger. Well, now fans have a better idea as to what the Frank duo have been up to.

Both Jason and Jenna are seeking to raise $500,000 for the planned movie, which will unite several other fan-favorite franchise stars, such as Jason Faunt (Power Rangers Time Force), Johnny Yong Bosch (MMPR), Ciara Hanna (Power Rangers Megaforce), Chrysti Ane (Power Rangers Ninja Steel), and Yoshi Sudarso (Power Rangers Dino Charge).

Currently, Kickstarter has raised over $120,000 towards the project as of the date of this article.

In the trailer, we see rebels asking Tommy to defend and fight against a mysterious figure in the Citadel of Angel Graves—believed to be possible Lord Zedd, or an evil Green Ranger. Tommy and his daughter (presumably Jenna’s character), seem to be the city’s only hope.

Stay tuned for both Jenna and her father, as they are gearing up to hit your screens, everywhere.

Andrew "Drew" Rossow is a former contract editor at Grit Daily.

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