(This is it guys, the final Power Crew title I'll ever make. Before I begin, I just want thank the people on this site who helped contribute to these series of ideas and helped me take this series where I didn't think it could've gone but I glad it did. To John Silver (MovieCriticGamer), Vincent Garcia (vin13ish), Dawson Joyce (JohnTyler) and Giovanni Garcia (ThatNerdGuy789), it's been quite a journey with this series, and thank you so much for everything. Let's begin.)
(OPENING SCENE: (spoiler alert!)
John Hawke is working undercover in Victorian London with the Martin Felton a.k.a Master Phantasmic, as they are trying to discover what had become of Jack the Ripper. They track down whom they suspect to be him to a deserted shipping yard and interrogate him, but before they can successfully apprehend him, it is revealed that he had been infected by the dark force and then he transforms into a monstrous creature who then attacks John and Felton and escapes, but the two give chase through the streets of London as more people are starting to become infected too, Hildred Weekes who had been waiting as back-up joins the chase and the three try to fight off the other infected people as finally catch the infected Jack the ripper and kill him. they are exhausted and left both confused horrified by what is going on around them, they reach a safe place where John and Hildred proceed to explain to Felton who they really are and what their situation is when Felton had thought they were just detectives from America, they then say they need to find out what's happening and put a stop to it as they jump back to the present.)
PLOT SUMMARY: The presence of the dark force is growing more stronger and rapid throughout all of time and space, the Gods of Infinitum are struggling to try and combat and contain it and as a result, their war is just making matters worse for the rest of the universe. While this is going on, the Power Crew regroup and recruit as much help as they can to hunt down anything and anyone that is an asset to the dark force so they can find its source and finally destroy it, despite constantly being told that the dark force cannot and should not be destroyed because it is believed that its existence helps maintain balance throughout the universe, light can't exist without darkness and good can't exist without evil. But the team refuses to believe that the dark force is just what they are told and that there has to be a source of some kind, and their hunt will take them from the beginning of time itself all the way to its very end as they now are caught in the crossfire between both the forces of the darkness and as well as the forces of light and the Power Crew has only one option left: Fight anyone and everyone who stands in their way in order to finally bring balance to the all of space and time.
(CONCLUSION: (spoiler alert!)
While the Gods of Infinitum are struggling to hold defences, they learn that the Power Crew is jumping across time and space also fighting the dark force, so they try to find them and recruit their help. But they realise that the Power Crew's goal is not to restrain and contain the dark force, but in fact, to permanently destroy it, which angers Mornos greatly and then he orders for all members of the Power Crew to be arrested and sentenced to be executed for attempting to disrupt the balance of the universe. We along with the Power Crew gradually discover that Mornos created the dark force, he created it as counterpart to himself in order stable the balance throughout the universe, but something went wrong and the dark force became uncontrollable and deadlier than Mornos had intended, so he kept the source locked away but refuses to destroy it himself or let anyone else do it because he maintains that it is keeping the balance, and if anyone was to try and destroy it, it would punishable by death, and Mornos has even kept the origin of the dark force a secret from the other gods. The Power Crew are eventually captured and taken to Infinitum City, Ole, the goddess of love and beauty, learns about Mornos' secrets and then betrays the gods by freeing the Power Crew and attempting to help them on their quest, but the rest of the gods catch them and Mornos attempts to punish her, but Ole's sister Wyma, the goddess of the seas, tries to defend her but Mornos kills them both. Left with no other option, the Power Crew decides to stand their ground and do battle with the gods. The gods gain the upper hand and just before they could finally finish the Power Crew off, the dark force floods in over Infinitum City, What's rest of the Power Crew manages to escape before the dark force infects everyone in the city and kills the gods except for Mornos who also manages get away. The Power Crew learns that the source of dark force is located in the centre of the universe, they manage to reach the source but Mornos catches up to them and ambushes and then subdues them, he expresses his disappointment in the Power Crew as he had once seen potential in them eventually becoming part of the Gods of Infinitum, but now he thinks they're just as bad as everything else in all of space and time. John Hawke, Derren Crest a.k.a Dark Shield and Max Wincott regain their strengths and, with John wielding King Tarko's sword Starr Wolf, The three team up for a final confrontation with Mornos. Derren dies at the hands of Mornos, and though exhausted and on the verge of being defeated, John uses the last of his strength by stabbing Mornos in the heart with the sword, killing Mornos and Starr Wolf is also destroyed in the process. the rest of the Power Crew regain consciousness and realise that they now have only one chance to destroy the dark force as it is now almost complete with taking over the whole multiverse, Max Wincott suddenly volunteers to enter the dark force's source and destroy it from the inside believing that his connection to the dark force allows him the power to do so, just before he leaves, Max first goes to Mathilda Aylmer saying that she was right about him and thanks her, they then share a brief but passionate kiss as Max makes his final descent into the core source of the dark force. Once he enters, Max wakes to find himself standing in the middle of a large white empty space and he hears the sound of someone crying and he then spots in the distance what looks like a young boy lying curled up a large puddle of thick tar-like liquid, he approaches the boy (who is strongly hinted to be Mornos' son) whose face is a mix of fear, anger and sadness, the boy recognises Max and yells at him to leave him alone, but Max tells him he can help him and promises to take away his pain forever, he summons the Wraith and calmly puts the boy out of his misery, which then causes a chain reaction that ultimately destroys the dark force forever, and it also kills Max in the process, and everyone the dark force has infected as returned to normal. The Power Crew return to Earth sitting in the among the ruins of Core Prime HQ mourning their fallen team members, and that since Infinitum and the dark force are now gone, they fear that they have disrupted the balance and have left the whole universe in a neutral grey, and they are now left pondering the question “So, what now?”, after a short while, they come to the conclusion that the universe is now free to decide their own destiny and that they will help them do so, balance doesn't exist in gods or some other great power, it exists within everyone, maybe grey is better than both light and darkness, good and evil will still exist throughout the universe and the Power Crew will continue fighting to protect the good and maintain the balance. the Power Crew then come across the ruins of Harold Craven's old mansion and labs and they plan to rebuild into their new headquarters complete with memorials of former members of the team. The film ends with the Power Crew, now being lead by John and Hildred, gearing up for their new mission and their actions have greatly influenced all other superpowered beings from across the multiverse. The End.)
(P.S: Check the comments to see who dies in this title)
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of intense sci-fi action violence, and for thematic elements, substance use and language.
Original Song: POWERFUL - Imagine Dragons feat. Hailee Steinfeld
Running Time: Approximately 195 minutes.
John Hawke - A young self-imposed outcast turned famed time travelling hero, who has the ability to physically teleport himself through time.
Derren Crest/Dark Shield - A slacker daydreamer turned superhero with explosive melee and invulnerability. (He's become a more dishevelled character since we last saw him.)
Max Wincott - A disgraced former government scientist who was brought back from the dead by a dark force to become a powerful and vengeful wraith.
Hildred Weekes - A female vampire who used to pilot a giant robot built by her father and is now John's wife.
Alice - A beautiful but no-nonsense and powerful Storm Angel who takes on the identity of former model Elizabeth Marshall.
Martin Felton - An undead Victorian-era inventor turned heroic paranormal vigilante.
Bret Moses Carter - A young fugitive with anger issues who possess the soul of an ancient guardian known as “The Emerald Eye”, and possesses superhuman strength and enhanced senses.
Liam McKenna - A geeky and unpopular teenage comic book and Power Crew fan who gained the powers of six classic superheroes from the late ‘30s and the early ’40s.
Mathilda Aylmer - A troubled yet cocky young woman whose family is part of a centuries-old monster hunting clan and now is revealed to be possessing a power known as the grey light.
Wesley Sorthed - A psychologically damaged yet intelligent archaeologist who gains extraordinary yet malevolent powers after coming into contact a mysterious black substance.
Cody Hayes - A young and hot-headed thrill-seeking adventurer/explorer and the leader of the superhero team the Ice Breakers, who has the ability to control and emit powerful bolts of blue electricity.
Paul Hayes - Cody's estranged long-lost brother and a genetically enhanced mercenary/ archaeologist codenamed “Hailstorm”.
Kacey Booker - An investigative photojournalist and Cody Hayes' ex-girlfriend, who has the ability to turn anything into ice.
Megan Booker - Kacey Booker's troubled and reckless sister, who has the ability of pyrokinesis.
Alan Eckbert - The silent muscle of the Ice Breakers who transformed into an 8 foot tall super strong Yeti.
Thomas Bryant/Fury Falcon - An intelligent yet antisocial slacker who gains superpowers, he has the abilities of super speed and enhanced combat.
Camin Won - An anti-hero gun-slinging intergalactic outlaw with a tendency to act both cowardly and like a jerk.
Katelyn Roswell - Codename: “Red Fire”, the leader and the more gifted and unique of a trio of young super assassins.
Marcus and Jonathan Oswald - Codenames: “Strike” and “Stonefront”, twin brother super assassins who act as one mind, and Camin Won's sons
Jack Lancer - A cool calm and collected African-American cop rebuilt as a cyborg with a sarcastic sense of humour.
Jeff Marson - Laner's partner, an unhinged sociopathic African-American cop rebuilt as a cyborg who has problems with authority and is a little prejudice towards white people.
Tarko - Tough and badass mercenary and King of the distant planet of Firma.
Nathan “Nate” Copperson - A troubled 25-year-old high functioning autistic inventor who dons the persona of a powerful intergalactic guardian.
Alicia Rojana - A troubled genetically engineered female vampire code-named “The Poison Rose”, and Hildred's half-sister.
Travis Ford/Sky Hawk - An American billionaire who is immortal after he was saved by the Sky Warriors and he became the Sky Hawk.
Mornos - The king of the Gods of Infinitum, the God of light.
Vy - The God of wisdom and battle strategy and Nate's mentor.
Ole - The Goddess of love and beauty.
Tema - The God of time.
Wyma - The Goddess of the seas and Ole's sister
Ased - The God of thunder
Fiuro - The Goddess of fire and Mornos' daughter
Kirctra - The “Trickster” god and the gods' messenger
Serferix - The Goddess of wealth.
Hannalae - The goddess of harvest and fertility.
Kyans - The god of the vine.
Franklin Pinkus - A former rookie Core Prime agent who was possessed by the Dark Force and is now trying to redeem himself.
Dana Parkerson - The strict and no-nonsense taking new director of Core Prime.
Quentin Tippson - Core Prime's nerdy technician and quartermaster who's superiority complex earned him the mocking nickname “Q-Tipp”.
Kit - A sky warrior who befriended Travis when he was a young boy who is now his trusted second in command.
Elle Mulder - Mathilda's kind and supportive best friend who's actually attracted to her.
Trisa - A beautiful and deadly assassin suffering from a traumatic past who serves as Tarko's captain of the guards as well as his love interest.
Jacob Goodman - A kind yet kooky “xenozoologist” for Core Prime.
Starr Wolf - A powerful talking sword wielded by Tarko (
And is then wielded by John Hawke in the climax of this film).
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