Catch up on the top film stories of the week:

Power-RangersLionsgate, Saban Brands Reboot ‘Power Rangers’ As Pic Franchise
By Mike Fleming Jr.
Hollywood’s hunger to match movies with proven brands knows no bounds. Lionsgate has announced it will team with Saban Brands to revive the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in the first of what it hopes will be many live action feature films.

BOX OFFICE: ‘Neighbors’ A Raucous No. 1 As ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Hits A Wall; ‘The Other Woman’ On Strong Legs
By Anita Busch
Sony just weighed in with its numbers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Heaven is For Real and Moms’ Night Out and all three are on the high end of, well, let’s put it this way … Universal and Sony are both hoping for a heavenly holiday Sunday.

Hollywood Teamsters Boss Warns Drivers About Rise In On-Set Fistfights – Really
By David Robb
Fistfights among Teamsters on film and TV productions in Hollywood are giving the union a black eye, says the head of the union’s Hollywood local. Brawling among union drivers has gotten so bad, in fact, that Steve Dayan, secretary-treasurer of Teamsters Local 399, has warned his members that they’ll be fired if they keep it up. He posted this memo to the local’s website yesterday.

ICM Partners Nixes Sultan’s Beverly Hills And Bel-Air Hotels For Power Dining
By Mike Fleming Jr.
Here likely will be the next step in the boycott of the Beverly Hills Hotel and the Bel-Air Hotel. ICM Partners has released an internal email telling its staffers that expenses will not be reimbursed if they come from either of the two hotels.

star-trek-video-game__130522235552-200x147Roberto Orci Frontrunner To Helm ‘Star Trek 3
By Mike Fleming Jr.
EXCLUSIVE: After an aggressive lobbying campaign, Roberto Orci has emerged as the clear frontrunner to replace JJ Abrams and direct Paramount‘s third installment of the Star Trek series.

‘Wizards Of Waverly Place’ Alum Gregg Sulkin Dials Up Horror ‘Don’t Hang Up’
By Jen Yamato
EXCLUSIVE: British actor Gregg Sulkin is heading back across the pond to shoot indie horror Don’t Hang Up. The 21-year-old Disney alum, who co-starred opposite Selena Gomez on Wizards of Waverly Place and recurred on teen drama Pretty Little Liars, currently stars on MTV’s freshman series Faking It.

Sarah Jones’ Father Says “Thank You” In Letter To ASC President, Industry
By Anita Busch
This morning, Sarah Jones‘ father gave thanks to Richard Crudo, the president of the American Society of Cinematographers, for his letter to the membership and the industry regarding the tragic death of Jones on the set of the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider.

Related: ASC President Pens Sarah Jones Letter: Industry Afflicted By “Spiritual Sickness”

dineshLionsgate Confirms Talks To Release Controversial Dinesh D’Souza Docu ‘America’ In U.S.
By Mike Fleming Jr.
Lionsgate has confirmed it is in talks to buy U.S. rights to the docu America: Imagine A World Without Her, which Dinesh D’Souza and John Sullivan wrote and co-directed, with Gerald R. Molen producing.

Supreme Court Decision To Hear Jack Kirby Rights Case Against Marvel & Disney Expected This Month
By Dominic Patten
Just eight days before X-Men: Days Of Future Past opens everywhere on May 23, the mutant team’s co-creator Jack Kirby will be getting some marquee attention from the Justices of the Supreme Court.

Sam Rockwell & Anna Kendrick Team For Max Landis-Scripted ‘Mr Right’
By Mike Fleming Jr.
EXCLUSIVE: Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick will star in Mr. Right, with Tokarev helmer Paco Cabezas directing a script by Chronicle scribe Max Landis.