If you were looking forward to the Power Rangers franchise having multiple movies, I'm afraid I have some bad news. After this weeks poor debut in China, the likelihood of sequels has decreased dramatically.
The newest movie opened in China on Thursday and was thrashed by movies like Guardians of the Galaxy ($68 million) and Bollywood import Dangal ($32 million). While no one was expecting the Power Rangers to dethrone Guardians, the studio expected (and was counting on) more than the $1.2 million the movie has drawn so far.
The movie opened well in America, with a $40 million opening weekend in March, but that success did not continue in the following weeks. The film finished it's domestic run at $85 million, well short of it's $100 million budget. Producers were hoping for the international market to help make the movie more of a success, but to date it has only gotten to the $145 million mark worldwide, respectable but not enough for a movie of this caliber.
At this point, the only thing that may save this incarnation of the Power Rangers is a spectacular post-theatrical run, but that seems unlikely.