Download the full 16 track album featuring B Holy, Blizz, Christ Sufficient, Edifide, Emac the Great, Excalibar, Franco BZ, C Nutty, Inclyne, Jeremiah Dirt, Just Us, Kross, Lyme, Mike Jacob, Monolythik, Rapture Ready, Sanctified, Souldier, Toney Dabney, & XSP here:

  1. TMNR Intro
  2. Tick Tock (ft. Rapture Ready)
  3. Straight Out The Sewer (ft. B Holy, Sanctified, Souldier, Christ Sufficient)
  4. Traits of a Ninja
  5. Do Ya (ft. Blizz & Toney Dabney)
  6. Mutated (ft. Franco Bz, XSP & Monolythik)
  7. TMNR
  8. Know Thine Enemy (ft. Just Us)
  9. Elevator Music (ft. G Nutty, Excalibar, InClyne)
  10. Open Your Eyes
  11. So Amazing (ft. Lyme, Mike Jacob, Kross)
  12. Wake Up (Ft. Emac the Great)
  13. April O’Neal
  14. Jesus Is The Only Answer
  15. The Final Hour (ft. Edifide, Jeremiah Dirt)
  16. Paul Harvey “If I Were The Devil” Outro

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During the Video Game Awards 2019, Microsoft announced its next-generation console, Xbox Series X. In addition, the look of the console and its controller has been revealed by Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, during the live-streaming event.

The look of the Xbox Series X resembles a miniature PC tower, and it’s more of a box shape than the previous Xbox consoles. Check out the 4K trailer below.

Microsoft is calling the upcoming console the fastest and most powerful Xbox ever.

To help promote the upcoming console, Spencer revealed a new trailer for an exclusive game, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade 2, from Ninja Theory. Melina Juergens reprises her role as Senua.

With the reveal of the Xbox Series X, people were quick to make fun of the design.

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In the Heights

Lin-Manuel Miranda is best known for his Broadway musical, Hamilton. Since then, fans could see his work in films including Moana and Mary Poppins Returns. Before Hamilton, there was his first musical, In the Heights, and it’s going to be turned into a live-action movie. Today, Warner Bros. has released the trailer for the upcoming musical, and it’s filled with dancing and singing in the streets of Washington Heights, Manhattan.

The movie is based on the musical stage play featuring a predominantly Hispanic-American neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York City. The show opened on Broadway in March 2008.

Miranda first wrote In the Heights in 1999 during his freshman year of college, and it then appeared in Waterford, Connecticut, had a 2007 Off-Broadway run, and premiered on Broadway in March 2008.

Synopsis: Lights up on Washington Heights…The scent of a cafecito caliente hangs in the air just outside of the 181st Street subway stop, where a kaleidoscope of dreams rallies this vibrant and tight-knit community. At the intersection of it all is the likeable, magnetic bodega owner Usnavi (Anthony Ramos), who saves every penny from his daily grind as he hopes, imagines and sings about a better life.

In the Heights features music and lyrics from Lin-Manuel Miranda and is directed by Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) from a screenplay by Quiara Alegría Hudes. Christopher Scott is the choreographer, and he has worked with Chu before with The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers. It’s produced by Miranda and Hudes, Scott Sanders, Anthony Bregman, and Mara Jacobs. David Nicksay and Kevin McCormick served as executive producers.

The film stars Anthony Ramos (“A Star is Born,” Broadway’s “Hamilton”), Corey Hawkins (“Straight Outta Compton,” “BlacKkKlansman”), singer/songwriter Leslie Grace, Melissa Barrera (TV’s “Vida”), Olga Merediz (Broadway’s “In the Heights”), Daphne Rubin-Vega (Broadway’s “Rent”), Gregory Diaz IV (Broadway’s “Matilda the Musical”), Stephanie Beatriz (TV’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”), Dascha Polanco (TV’s “Orange Is the New Black”) and Jimmy Smits (the “Star Wars” films).

In the Heights hits theaters on June 26, 2020.

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Anime Horror fans, if you’ve ever felt that you’ve gone unnoticed, Crunchyroll has you covered with their latest roll-out of “Crunchyroll Loves,” its in-house streetwear brand. Digging deep into their capsule collection, Crunchyroll Loves celebrates everything horror with exclusive artwork from legendary horror artist Junji Ito.

Rolling out today, this collection will only be available exclusively on the Crunchyroll Store, and once it’s sold out, it will not be restocked. This latest collection is a continuation of Crunchyroll’s partnership with the Junji Ito line, which debuted at this year’s Crunchyroll Expo. The artwork that was featured on the apparel available at Crunchyroll Expo, was made specifically for Crunchyroll, and this latest capsule collection will be built upon those initial designs.

“Junji Ito creates devastatingly beautiful horror manga. Our goal was to translate his art into wearable, streetwear pieces that are accessible to all his fans. Ito-sensei is really happy with the execution, so I’m excited to see the reception from customers!” said Kristin Parcell, Director of Commerce at Crunchyroll.

The Junji Ito capsule will be a five-piece collection that will include one hoodie, two long-sleeve shirts, one t-shirt, and one jean jacket. Staying true to horror form, each piece will be drenched in black, with each one featuring some of Junji Ito’s prized artwork. Fans who have followed Junji Ito will recognize some of his most iconic creations, as they’re whisked away from the manga pages and onto this line of street apparel. 

The Junji Ito collection continues Crunchyroll Loves ongoing dedication, to provide anime enthusiasts with a line of apparel that gives them a chance to express their love for the genre. Previous Crunchyroll Loves collections have included designs commemorating “Konosuba,” “Re:Zero,” “DARLING in the FRANXX,” “Mob Psycho 100,” “Bananya,” “RWBY,” and others. 

The Crunchyroll Loves Junji Ito capsule collection is available now, while supplies last and can be purchased directly at the Crunchyroll Store.

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In the year 1999, Yu Suzuki created one of the most iconic action-adventure video games of all time for the Sega Dreamcast, Shenmue. In Shenmue, you assume the role of Ryo Hazuki, a young, skilled martial artist who vows to track down his father’s killer and take his vengeance with an iron fist. A story that is rich with cultural undertones and cinema-style cutscenes that can only be found in the most traditional of king fu films. Along the way, you journey to many different, exotic locations in Yokosuka, Japan, gaining new abilities and accessories that you can incorporate into the games extremely addictive combat system. Deemed a major success, Shenmue quickly soared to the top of the Dreamcast’s short-lived titles and spawned a sequel two years later in 2001 that immediately became a cult classic.

Shenmue 3 is an installment that took 18 years to come to fruition, but it is safe to say that it was received with open arms and smiling faces. Fans simply could not wait any longer to fill the shoes of Ryo Hazuki one more time. In Shenmue 3, the world is quite intimidating in many senses. One of the most critical components of the game is making sure you don’t go broke, so there are several ways to accrue cash (yuan) including chopping wood, gambling and selling loot that you find during your travels ranging from jewelry to skill books that can be created with various books.

One particular skill book can be sold as many times as you want in Niaowu, and to get the skill book, you’ll need to collect 4 books. These books can be bought from merchants as many times as you want and pieced together to then be sold for profit.

“Three Kingdoms” at The Western Bookstore

Shenmue 3: Earn Money (Yuan) Faster with This Exploit The Western Bookstore

Ryo in front of The Western Bookstore

The first book can be found at The Western Bookstore and is titled “Three Kingdoms.”

Shenmue 3: Earn Money (Yuan) Faster with This Exploit The Three Kingdoms

The Three Kingdoms can be purchased as many times as you want, and each cost 3 yuan each.

Dusty Pages Books

Shenmue 3: Earn Money (Yuan) Faster with This Exploit Dusty Pages Books

Ryo near the Dusty Pages

The second, third and fourth books are located at Dusty Pages and are historical documents titled ’Historical Records’, ’Later Han Dynasty’ and ’History of Jin.’

Shenmue 3: Earn Money (Yuan) Faster with This Exploit

The Historical Records costs 5 yuan each.

Shenmue 3: Earn Money (Yuan) Faster with This Exploit

Later Han Dynasty costs 3 each.

Shenmue 3: Earn Money (Yuan) Faster with This Exploit

History of Jin costs 3 yuan each.

Skill Book Exchange

Shenmue 3: Earn Money (Yuan) Faster with This Exploit

The Reverse Heel Skill Book Exchange

The final step lies at a pawn shop where you will exchange the books for the skill book called ”Reverse Heel.” These ”Reverse Heel” skill books can be made and sold as many times as you want. This method, while time-consuming, can be utilized to manipulate a bottomless well of cold hard cash, making your ascension much faster and less stressful.

Mistakes in games like this one are usually fixed as quickly as they are discovered so make haste if you plan on taking advantage of the never-ending cash well before it is corrected with the next available patch.

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Watch The Game Awards 2019 Live Stream!

Watch The Game Awards 2019 live stream!

The Game Awards 2019 will air live tonight, December 12, starting with the pre-show at 8:30 PM ET/ 5:30 PM PT. The entire program will be available to watch using The Game Awards 2019 live stream below!

The Game Awards is an annual awards ceremony to honor outstanding artistic, technical and gameplay achievements in the video game industry. Spanning console, mobile, and PC gaming, as well as eSports, The Game Awards is the first of a new breed of award shows, built from the ground up exclusively for global digital and streaming platforms.

RELATED: New PlayStation State of Play Video Game Trailers & Announcements

The awards show, held annually in December, celebrates both game creators and game players and gives fans a sneak preview of games set to be released in the future. The program is broadcast globally, free-of-charge, on all gaming screens and digital platforms.

The Game Awards was created in 2014 by media entrepreneur Geoff Keighley. Over the past two decades, Keighley has served as a journalist, host, and producer of video game programming cross multiple platforms, including print, television and digital media. Keighley is perhaps best known for his work over the years with Entertainment Weekly, Spike TV, G4, and YouTube, as well as his landmark series of behind the scenes game development stories known as “The Final Hours.” In 2017 he also produced E3’s first consumer programming, the “E3 Coliseum,” two days of panels with game creators and master storytellers from other entertainment mediums.

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Will Poulter Bows Out of Amazon's Lord of the Rings Series

Will Poulter bows out of Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series

The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series adaptation has hit a snag as The Maze Runner‘s Will Poulter has exited his series regular role due to scheduling conflicts. Sources report that a deal was never officially closed with the actor and that his casting was never confirmed by the streaming service.

RELATED: Amazon’s Lord of the Rings Adds Ema Horvath

Details are being kept under wraps for most of the cast on the series, but it is set to star Joseph Mawle (Game of Thrones), Maxim Baldry (Years and Years), and Markella Kavenagh.

Following filming on the first two episodes of the first season, which are being directed by J.A. Bayona (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), the series will go on a 4-5 month hiatus for the writers room to begin mapping out the second season and to evaluate the footage shot to see what may need to be changed or improved upon.

Amazon acquired the global TV rights to the fantasy series in November 2017 that included a multi-season commitment to the LOTR series alongside a potential spin-off series, though sources report the streaming service still has to greenlight each consecutive season.

Set in Middle-earth, the television adaptation will explore new storylines preceding J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring. Further details about the series’ plot are still being kept under wraps. Production is set to begin in 2020 and will be filming in New Zealand, the same location as the film franchise.

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The highly-anticipated Lord of the Rings series will be set in the Second Age. That places approximately 3,000 years of history between the series and the beginning of The Lord of the Rings. Casual fans may not realize it, but Jackson’s Fellowship of the Rings actually depicted the end of the Second Age, when the last alliance of elves and men confronted Sauron’s forces. The Second Age covered nearly 3,441 years, and it began after the banishment of Morgoth, the dark lord before Sauron. There’s a lot of story potential in that time, including the rise of Sauron, the creation of the One Ring, and the emergence of the Ringwraiths.

RELATED: Rumor: Amazon’s Lord Of The Rings To Have 20-Episode First Season

Juan Antonio (J.A.) Bayona (Jurassic World: Fallen KingdomThe OrphanageThe Impossible) will direct the first two episodes of Amazon Studios’ The Lord of the Rings TV series and also executive produce alongside his producing partner Belén Atienza. JD Payne and Patrick McKay are showrunning and executive producing the series alongside Lindsey Weber (10 Cloverfield Lane), Bruce Richmond (Game of Thrones), Gene Kelly (Boardwalk Empire), Sharon Tal Yguado, Gennifer Hutchison (Breaking Bad), Jason Cahill (The Sopranos), and Justin Doble (Stranger Things).

The Lord of the Rings series is produced by Amazon Studios in cooperation with the Tolkien Estate and Trust, HarperCollins, and New Line Cinema. It is expected to debut in 2021.

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Game of Thrones' David Benioff & D.B. Weiss to Direct Horror Thriller Lovecraft

Game of Thrones’ David Benioff & D.B. Weiss to make horror thriller Lovecraft

After losing their Star Wars trilogy earlier this year, Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have found their next project in the form of an untitled horror-thriller based on the Vertigo graphic novel Lovecraft, according to Deadline.

RELATED: BREAKING: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss Depart Star Wars Trilogy

The film, which is being scripted by Phil Hay (Destroyer) and Matt Manfredi (Ride Along 2), is keeping its plot details close, but sources report the story will pose the question, “What if H.P. Lovecraft was telling the truth the entire time across his works and all of the monsters he created were actually real?” While the exact plot may be under wraps for now, it’s been revealed that the film will be set in 1920 within the Chthulu mythos.

Benioff and Weiss have had their eyes on an adaptation of the film  for years and have been in talks with Warner Bros. heads Courtenay Valenti and Toby Emmerich to get it off the ground, with the duo busy focused on bringing Georg R.R. Martin’s acclaimed fantasy novel series Game of Thrones to life on the small screen at HBO. The two also signed a large creative deal for film and TV projects for Netflix back in August after the conclusion of the HBO series, which sparked their departure from the Star Wars universe, as their work for the streaming service caused them to bow out of the trilogy they were set to develop for the Lucasfilm brand.

RELATED: David Benioff and D.B. Weiss Sign Overall Deal with Netflix

Hay and Manfredi have written together on numerous problems, two of which were helmed by the former’s spouse Karyn Kusama, The Invitation and Destroyer. The 51-year-old director is set to executive produce the film alongside Warner Bros.

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Black Christmas Review




Imogen Poots as Riley
Aleyse Shannon as Kris
Brittany O’Grady as Jesse
Lily Donoghue as Marty
Caleb Eberhardt as Landon
Cary Elwes as Professor Gelson

Directed by Sophia Takal & co-written by Takal and April Wolfe


Sophia Takal’s take on Black Christmas, based on the 1974 Bob Clark slasher, is probably the most “woke” film I have ever seen. This isn’t necessarily bad, but its execution leaves a lot to be desired.

Black Christmas follows a sorority house full of girls as they prepare for Christmas. Some of the girls are going home, but several are not: Riley (Imogen Poots), Kris (Aleyse Shannon), Marty (Lily Donoghue), and Jess (Brittany O’Grady). Riley is still traumatized after a frat house rape several years ago. Kris is a hardcore activist who had their college take down the bust of the university namesake because he was a misogynist and racist, and is currently attempting to get a professor fired for vague misogynistic tendencies. She encourages Riley to stop sitting on the sidelines and take her life back. So she does.

During a Christmas talent show at the frat house where Riley was attacked, a girl gets sick, Riley takes her place, and changes the words of their song to reflect what happened to her. While this accusatory song doesn’t set off the string of murders that comes, it certainly accelerates the rate of butchery. The movie proceeds as you would expect: a cloaked, masked killer stalking and killing the young women; a supernatural “twist” that you can see from the opening scenes of the film; and a fiery finale.

This is a horror film made for women. Women are still victims (like in most horror movies) and women are also the heroes (again, like in most horror movies). The difference seems to be the #metoo message and the fact that the women aren’t naked (or nearly naked). I appreciate the message about campus rape, because that is an issue that never receives enough positive attention. There are lots of little “Easter eggs” that probably won’t make sense to men, such as what a Diva cup is, or that several women hold their keys between their fingers like claws. Every woman I know is taught to hold their keys like that, so it was nice to see that not just one woman did this. It also showed that these women were proactive; they weren’t just sitting around waiting to be slaughtered.

The biggest drawback to Black Christmas seems to be what everyone on the internet was complaining about prior to having seen the movie: the PG-13 rating. Because of the rating, there were no murders on screen. Not a single one. I understand why the filmmakers did this, and it goes back to the idea of being a “woke” film. But that does not make it a good choice for a horror film. Yes, there are a few exceptions (such as Texas Chain Saw Massacre), but this is a remake of a slasher film. When I go see a slasher movie, I expect to see some bloody, brutal murders. It would have been very easy to make a “woke,” feminist film in any other genre — even as a thriller or a different kind of horror movie. But to remake an infamous slasher film without a single visible death… that is just not what I signed up for. I hate to say this, but I kind of agree with the reactionary jerks on the internet. This film was lacking the blood and guts that I was expecting.

I have another issue with this film, and it is difficult to articulate without giving away the whole story (even though they literally told you who the killers are in the trailer). Basically, the men in this film are all villains (with one exception, maybe two). They are not even given a chance at redemption. While the main characters seem to be beyond redemption, there are a few who may not be. But they are not given the option; they are punished with the rest of the villains. I fear that this careless “blame everyone with a penis” attitude will cause men to overlook the pertinent issues of the film.

Black Christmas will probably be most popular with females who are looking for “soft” horror. I think a lot of men will be put off by the clearly feminist bent, and even female horror fans (like myself) will likely not be able to get past the actual horror missing from this horror movie.

Black Christmas Opens Friday, December 13!

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CS Interview: Writer/Director Larry Fessenden on Frankenstein-Inspired Depraved

CS Interview: Writer/director Larry Fessenden on Frankenstein-inspired Depraved

The time is almost here for the streaming arrival of Depraved, the modern-day update on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and got the opportunity to chat with the horror outing’s writer and director Larry Fessenden (In a Valley of Violence) to discuss updating the classic monster tale. Check out the interview below, and check out Depraved streaming on Hulu starting this Friday!

RELATED: Exclusive Depraved Clip From Larry Fessenden’s New Film

Shot on the 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, veteran genre writer-director Larry Fessenden brings his unique vision of the literary classic in Depraved. Set in modern Brooklyn, this meditative reimagining of the novel explores the crisis of masculinity and ideas about loneliness, memory and the subtle psychological shocks that shape us as individuals.

Alex (Owen Campbell) leaves his girlfriend Lucy (Chloë Levine) after an emotional night, walking the streets alone to get home. From out of nowhere, he is stabbed in a frenzied attack, with the life draining out of him. He awakes to find he is the brain in a body he does not recognize. This creature, Adam (Alex Breaux), has been brought into consciousness by Henry (David Call), a brilliant field surgeon suffering from PTSD after two tours in the Mideast, and his accomplice Polidori (Joshua Leonard), a predator determined to cash in on the experiment that brought Adam to life. Henry is increasingly consumed with remorse over what he’s done and when Adam finally discovers a video documenting his own origin, he goes on a rampage that reverberates through the group and tragedy befalls them all.

The film is written and directed by Fessenden and produced by him alongside Chadd Harbold and Jenn Wexler.

Fessenden, who is well-known for his work in the indie horror field, originally envisioned the film as “my rocket ball Frankenstein” and wanted to tell the story in a Brooklyn loft with “a bunch of hipsters” to explore how they would react to the circumstances. But as he began writing the script and conducting research, he “discovered different elements” and wound up adding a Frankenstein doctor in a modern surgical background that put him on a path that he would stay true to, despite some hurdles thrown at him.

“I really believed in the mission of Depraved as sort of a quality horror film, where I could cast familiar names in the different roles and really make sort of a worthy film at $3-5 million,” Fessenden said. “But people weren’t biting, I wasn’t getting actors. It was a lot of chatter and a lot of meetings and handshakes in the showbiz industry. Eventually, I got very frustrated and thought, ‘This is absurd,’ and had a couple of friends teasing me saying, ‘Wasn’t it supposed to be like a return to ‘Habit,’ where you just made it on your own terms in New York City, what ever happened to that?’ So it took me a while to wake up from the haze, the fog of my experience with dabbling with Hollywood types and I finally just decided to make it on a much smaller scale.”

In addition to featuring a bigger budget and more set pieces, Fessenden was hoping to use the extensive money and Hollywood connections to land major stars in the cast, including wanting Jeremy Renner (Avengers: Endgame) and James McAvoy (It: Chapter Two) as the Doctor Frankenstein character, long before the latter would go on to play the role in the demolished Victor Frankenstein. But despite the setbacks, Fessenden encourages that continuing to push forward is fundamental in getting dream projects out there.

“That would be my advice to my kids, even though you also have first time directors come out of the gate who put their script in front of the right person, get the financing and make a good movie, that’s cool, too, but you can’t count on that exceptional career path,” Fessenden said. “So if you really love the medium of film, you can at least try your hand at it for a pretty low budget and see if you’re worth all that effort.”

While he didn’t initially conceive the film as such, Fessenden does see the parables in his life as an “outsider artist” in the indie filmmaking world, where one is “stuck in a Brooklyn loft” and waiting for the money to come in, with the story of the film.

“It is very funny, and I don’t mind seeing it that way, but I don’t think I was a surrealist,” Fessenden said. “I’m not a big fan of making movies about making movies, although they’re some of my favorite films like Ed Wood and Living in Oblivion, but I’ve never done that. But sure, this is a metaphor for being an indie filmmaker.”

One of the most important elements for Fessenden as a filmmaker has been using many of the same actors over his career, building almost a family with the stars across his movies, and that part of it stems from not only being a writer/director, but also an actor himself.

“Well, because we try to have a good time and we make it clear that you’re doing this for the sake of the art,” Fessenden said. “It’s really important, and there are different ways to be a leader, of course I think about that. You can lead through fear, which you can really only do if you have a certain amount of structural power, so I don’t have any of that. You really have to be willing to roll up your sleeves and show that you’re going to work as hard as possible, and then some people will step up and be a part of that. That’s how I get crew interested and as for actors, they need to know that I’m an actor and I know what they’re going through and I appreciate the vulnerability you have to show and the pressure to know your lines and concepts. So you just have to lead by example and hope people will find you.”

RELATED: CS Interview: Roger & Julie Corman Discuss Biographic Docuseries Cult-Tastic

Mary Shelley’s tale has been adapted countless times throughout the years and while there have been some acclaimed versions, there have also been numerous attempts to reshape and twist the narrative for a different story,  such as I, Frankenstein and Victor Frankenstein failing to find love from audiences or critics. In making Depraved, Fessenden sought not to reinvent, but to stay true to the nature of its source material.

“I’m not starting with this story and going, ‘Oh, well we’ve never done that,'” Fessenden said. “We just want to get to the meat of the matter. What is this story really about? Now I’m not saying I conceived that that was my mission to really think about. Then it’s about men and it’s about hubris and what we do to our society to make things go on. What sort of forces are at play as this thing would happen, and what would it be like to be the monster?”

With all of the adaptations over the years, Fessenden does believe the James Whale 1931 version is his favorite, although the follow-up Bride of Frankenstein “had a little too much camp for me, even as a child,” remarking that he “liked the sparseness of the first one and portrayal of the monster.” He does also cite the Danny Boyle play adaptation of the tale with Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) role reversing as both the titular doctor and the monster as “fantastic.”

Depraved arrives to terrify audiences on Hulu this Friday!

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Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Renewed for a Fourth Season at Amazon Prime

Marvelous Mrs. Maisel renewed for a Fourth Season at Amazon Prime

It has only been less than a week since the third season of Marvelous Mrs. Maisel made its debut last Friday, and now Amazon Prime Video has officially renewed its award-winning comedy series for a fourth season and is expected to begin its production in the spring of 2020.

This announcement came three days after the series received multiple Golden Globe and SAG nominations including Best Actress in a Comedy Series for lead star Rachel Brosnahan and Best Comedy Series.

RELATED: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Goes On Tour In Season 3 Trailer

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been a worldwide phenomenon, and Season 3 has been no exception, with the series’ most watched opening weekend ever,” Head of Amazon Studios Jennifer Salke said (via TVLine). “We’re so happy that our Prime Video customers will get to see Midge’s story continue in Season 4. Amy and Dan have created such funny, charming, relatable characters, all with their inimitable wit and eye for detail.”

“We were thrilled to hear that for the fourth time, we do not have to pack up and vacate the premises. We’d like to thank Amazon for all their faith and support, their partnership and enthusiasm, and for letting us hang with our favorite people, the cast and crew of Maisel, for a little while longer.” series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel Palladino said in a joint statement.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel from renowned creator Amy Sherman-Palladino (Gilmore Girls) and Executive Producer Daniel Palladino (Family Guy), written and directed by Sherman-Palladino and Palladino, stars Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan (House of Cards) as Miriam “Midge” Maisel, a 1958 New York City woman who has everything she’s ever wanted — the perfect husband, two kids, and an elegant Upper West Side apartment perfect for hosting Yom Kippur dinner. But her perfect life suddenly takes an unexpected turn and Midge discovers a previously unknown talent — one that changes her life forever.

In Season 3, Midge and Susie discover that life on tour with Shy is glamorous but humbling, and they learn a lesson about show business they’ll never forget. Joel struggles to support Midge while pursuing his own dreams. Abe embraces a new mission and Rose learns she has talents of her own.

RELATED: First Teaser For Amazon Prime’s The Boys Season 2 Released!

The series stars Golden Globe winner and Emmy winner Tony Shalhoub (Monk) as Midge’s father Abe Weissman, Alex Borstein (Family Guy) as Susie Myerson, Michael Zegen (Boardwalk Empire) as Midge’s husband Joel Maisel and Marin Hinkle (Two and a Half Men) as Midge’s mother Rose Weissman. Zachary Levi (Shazam!) was cast in a recurring role in the second season.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is the winner of two Golden Globes, two Critics’ Choice Awards,  a 2018 Peabody Award, a PGA Award, and was nominated by the DGA and Costume Designers’ Guild.

Seasons 1, 2, and 3 are already available for streaming on Amazon Prime.

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Hasbro Reveals New Line of Star Wars Products Featuring The Child

Hasbro reveals new line of Star Wars products featuring The Child

Hasbro has announced a new line of Star Wars products featuring The Child (known online as Baby Yoda) from the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, which is available for pre-order now and will begin shipping in May 2020. You can check out the details below and view photos of the products in the gallery!

RELATED: Disney+ Star Wars Cassian Andor Series May Film in June 2020

Hasbro is offering new products for fans of all ages, including:

Star Wars: The Black Series The Child Figure

Fans can add the pint-sized galactic sensation from the live-action series, The Mandalorian, to their Star Wars: The Black Series collection! The 1.12-inch is styled to look like The Child, with premium detail and multiple points of articulation. Includes figure, bone broth toy, ball toy, and Sorgan frog. Retail price: $9.99.

Star Wars The Child Talking Plush Toy

Become the protector of The Child with this cuddly plush toy inspired by the live-action series, The Mandalorian, from Hasbro Star Wars, dressed in the cutest little robe ever seen this side of Mos Eisley. Posable arms let kids pretend the Force is within their reach, while a squeeze of the toy’s soft plush body activates character sounds! Includes talking plush toy, bone broth bowl, and Sorgan frog. Retail price: $24.99.

Star Wars The Bounty Collection, The Child 2.2-inch Collectibles

Fans can start their own collection of this adorable character in poses inspired by iconic scenes from the live-action series, The Mandalorian! With 6 figures to choose from, kids and fans can collect figures featuring fun poses such as sipping soup and blanket wrapped, hold me and ball toy, and froggy snack and force moment. These 2.2-inch collectible figures are an awesome way to start a collection, swap with friends, give as gifts, or display in any Star Wars collection! Retail price: $7.99. For pre-sale these items will be offered as 2 packs for $15.99.

Star Wars The Child 6.5-inch Figure

Add huge fun to any Star Wars collection with this big The Child 6.5-inch figure! Featuring design inspired by the live-action series, The Mandalorian, and several points of articulation for big posable fun, kids and fans of all ages will love imagining favorite moments from the Star Wars galaxy! Retail price: $19.99.

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Additional Hasbro toys and games featuring The Child will be revealed in the coming months.

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