Bat in the Sun Productions have announced that Legend of the White Dragon, the final film of the late Power Rangers star Jason David Frank, will receive a theatrical release in North America in the fall, timed to coincide with what would have been the actor’s 50th birthday.
As per Deadline, thge film is directed by Aaron Schoenke and Sean Schoenke and sees Frank as Erik Reed, a.k.a. the White Dragon, “who after being a fugitive on the run for three years, has returned to the city he fought to protect. He must now clear his name and save the family he keeps in secret before the mysterious Dragon Prime (Aaron Schoenke) unleashes his own revenge.”
“We are proud to have worked with such a talented actor, and we are grateful for the opportunity to share his final performance with the world,” said Aaron Schoenke. “Having been on this journey with Jason for 10 years, I know he would be beyond excited to know that Legend of the White Dragon will be opening in theaters.”
“Despite the tremendous loss, the production team has worked tirelessly to complete the film and ensure that it meets the high standards that Jason set for himself,” added Sean Shoenke. “The result is a powerful and moving tribute to his talent and dedication.”
Jason David Frank tragically took his own life in November 2022, aged just 49. The actor was beloved by fans around the world for his role as Tommy Oliver, the Green/White Ranger, from the long-running TV show Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
Legend of the White Dragon sees Jason David Frank starring alongside Aaron Schoenke, Mark Dacascos, King Bach, Michael Madsen, David Ramsey, Jason Faunt, Rachel Brooke Smith, Ciara Hanna, Kevin Porter, Mayling Ng, Cerina Vincent, and Jenna Rae Frank.
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