With the way the world is today on the topic of energy, I think a live action version (more seriously done) of the BET portion of the GI Joe: The Movie could be good.
Opening scene: A scientist and his assistant, Mike Power, are working on a device to allow wireless transmission of energy to any point on the globe via a series of satellites and relay stations. During a test of an early prototype, the scientist is loading radioactive material in the micro-reactor used as a power source, when the heavy steel door of the lab is blown in, landing on Power's leg, mangling his arm, and knocking the scientist, still holding the material, into the beam of the BET. A team of red-clad soldiers rushes in, clearing out the lab and leaving Power and the scientist for dead, torching the lab. Power struggles to free himself, grabbing a jagged bit of metal and setting about severing his pinned leg. Power goes to aid his boss, but finds him dead, his skin a sickly green. Power hobbles out of the lab as the flames engulf it, missing the twitch of life in his former employer as his body blinks out of the room.
General Joe Colton and his Adventurers are called in to the scene. They patch up Power and begin the hunt for these mysterious, shadowy men in red -- these Red Shadows. A message is released to the world that threatens to use the BET as a weapon against any nation that does not yield to the Shadows. Can Colton and his team stop them in time?
Ends with a new island chain forming from an incident involving the BET, an errant shot from it, and an underwater volcano in the Pacific. Joe Colton is told he'll need to form up a new, larger, team of military specialists to take on this mysterious Cobra Commander character who has laid claim to the islands, along with his militia made up of former Red Shadows and various others. (Sets up for the next movie: "GI Joe: A Real American Hero")
Post-credits: the scientist, now calling himself Dr. Isotope, having become unhinged after the incident, issues a challenge to the now bionic Mike Power, threatening to unleash radioactive hell if he does not submit. (Sets up for a Super Adventure Team movie with Mike Power, Bullet Man, and others)