90s kids already knew that the "power rangers" movie reboot would be different from what they remember thanks to that brand new trailer that debuted at New York Comic Con earlier this month, but it looks like the tone might be even more serious than expected.

'Power Rangers' is back in Vancouver

Despite recently being cast in the second season of "Stranger Things," Red Ranger Dacre Montgomery was back at work for his big screen project this week. The Red Ranger as well as Becky G, who plays the Yellow Ranger, were spotted back in vancouver where the moviedid the bulk of its filming earlier this year.

It's possible the shoot is pick-up shots for scenes that had issues in post-production, but eagle-eyed fans spotted a new location shoot and shared it on social media.

'Power Rangers' spotted in a cemetery

Members of the cast were spotted and photographed in a place that didn't make the news when the film was shooting in the spring. Burnaby Cemetery was full of cast, crew, and extras for the film,and YVR Shoots caught some of the group on camera.

Despite the stormy weather the region was experiencing, shooting moved ahead on schedule in what looks like a funeral scene. A group of people were filmed surrounding headstones with umbrellas protecting them from the rain, and from the eyes of prying fans who might have spoiled more details of the scene.

A somber tone comes to the franchise

Despite decades on television, the different incarnations of the "Power Rangers" series haven't dealt too much with loss over the years, and neither did the previous big screen ventures.

If one of the main characters loses someone close to them in the thick of the movie, it could be a motivating force for them choosing to accept the responsibility of being a Ranger. Without more details just yet, it's unclear if one of the Power Rangers experiences a significant loss before the discovery of their new abilities or after.

"Power Rangers" depicts five teenagers as they are gifted with special abilities by a being named Zordon (voiced by Bryan Cranston) who are charged with saving the world from extraterrestrial enemies like Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks). The movie lands in theaters in March 2017.