Charmed Season 2 Episode 10 Recap

Charmed Season 2 Episode 10 Recap

In the previous episode of the CW’s Charmed, Mel and Maggie found Ray alive, and Jordan found out that people thought Maggie and her sisters were dead. In Charmed Season 2 Episode 10, SafeSpace celebrated Jordan’s 26th birthday, while Mel worked with Ray to find out who his magical artifact buyers were.

Ghost in the Mirror

Maggie was anxious as SafeSpace celebrated Jordan’s 26th birthday. As the hours ticked by to midnight, Maggie got a premonition that a sign would fall on him, and she saved him. As the party disbanded, Maggie resolved to see him through until he turned 26. The air got chilly, signaling the ghost of the witch that cursed Lawrence Mortimer Chase. Maggie trapped her in the mirror in the magic shop. She tried to convince the ghost to spare Jordan, but the ghost broke free from the mirror and possessed Swan. Maggie brought Jordan to the room outside of the command center, but they weren’t safe there.

The Buyers

Charmed Season 2 Episode 10 Recap

Mel had Ray contact the buyers who purchased Marisol’s talisman. He offered them a prison on which, unknown to him, Mel had placed a tracking spell. They tested it and discovered the tracker, so to save his life, Ray offered them a vial of black amber. Mel had lied to him earlier about it, saying it was a potion that didn’t work. He had taken it as a backup plan. They took it, and Mel melted the pistol in the woman’s hand. The buyers hopped into a getaway car, and Ray gave Mel an ex-cop contact to look up their license plate.

Ray and Mel also talked about what had happened in his relationship with Marisol. He’d known that Maggie wasn’t his daughter and that Marisol loved someone else. Ray decided to leave to keep them safe.


Charmed Season 2 Episode 10 Recap

Julian Shea was in Aspen and sent Macy a plane ticket to join him. Unfortunately, Abigael showed up afflicted with poison. Skeptical of what had happened, Macy went with Harry to Abigael’s to investigate who could’ve poisoned her. Harry insisted they needed to keep Abigael as an ally for the safety of witches. Macy worried about her ulterior motives as well as her feelings for Harry. She found that Abigael had prepared the antidote, suggesting that she had poisoned herself. Harry wanted to find out why Abigael had done it, but Maggie had called them back to help with the ghost.

Afterwards, Harry confronted Macy about her feelings for Julian. He told her to be with whomever she wanted. Macy used the command center to portal to Aspen.


Charmed Season 2 Episode 10 Recap

The spell to release the ghost from their world required the Power of Three, so Maggie, Macy, Mel, and Harry went to take care of it while Jordan and Ray stayed in the command center. Maggie offered the ring back to the ghost, who accepted it. They said the spell, but before it moved on, the spirit told Maggie that the curse still needed to be broken. She told Jordan that he needed to rebalance the scales of justice, whatever that meant.

What did you think of this episode of Charmed? Let us know in the comment section below!

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CS Interview: Richard Stanley on His Passion Project Color Out of Space

CS Interview: Richard Stanley on his passion project Color Out of Space

It’s been over 20 years since Richard Stanley last stood behind the camera for a feature-length project and now the time has finally come for his return in this year’s adaptation of the H.P. Lovecraft short story Color Out of Space starring Nicolas Cage (Mandy). Ahead of the film’s theatrical release, got the chance to talk with the South African director to discuss the long-gestating project.

RELATED: Color Out of Space Review

Written and directed by Stanley (Hardware), Color Out of Space is described as a story of cosmic terror about The Gardners, a family who moves to a remote farmstead in rural New England to escape the hustle of the 21st century. They are busy adapting to their new life when a meteorite crashes into their front yard. The mysterious aerolite seems to melt into the earth, infecting both the land and the properties of space-time with a strange, otherworldly color. To their horror, the Gardner family discover that this alien force is gradually mutating every life form that it touches… including them.

The movie also stars Joely Richardson (Red Sparrow), Madeleine Arthur (Big Eyes), Brendan Meyer (The OA), Tommy Chong (After Hours), Elliot Knight (Titans), Julian Hilliard (The Haunting of Hill House) and Q’Orianka Kilcher (The Alienist).

The film is director Stanley’s comeback film since his dismissal from the 1996 H.G. Wells adaptation of The Island of Dr. Moreau, as chronicled in the brutal documentary Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Doctor Moreau.

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Stanley describes himself as a “lifelong Lovecraft fan,” remembering back to his childhood years of seven and eight when his mom read the stories from the acclaimed author to him, and his desire to film Color came to him at the young age of 13.

Color is kind of the low-hanging fruit of the Lovecraft tome,” Stanley describes. “For us, it’s kind of easier to access as filmmakers, you don’t have to go to the bottom of the Mariana Trench or go to Antartica. I’m a fan of Stephen King’s Creepshow segment “The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill,” which is probably one of my favorite adaptations of the story.”

With this adaptation, Stanley not only sought to remain faithful to the story itself, but also to the style of the author’s works, the very “cosmic horrors” that notoriously emanated from Lovecraft’s mind onto the pages of his short stories.

“That was the element we strove for in his stories, and it felt to me that none of these adaptations had really gone there, when it came to trying to reveal the glimpses of humanity’s true position in the universe,” Stanley said. “That was a very conscious aim on both my behalf and the producers of the film. I think the creature design in the film comes the closest to Lovecraft. He specialized in ways to eliminate all possibilities of human life by any way you can think of, be it vaporizers or what have you to take human life out completely. So I’d imagine that’s fairly close to where Lovecraft’s stuff was coming from.”

Though seeking to remain true to the source material, Stanley and company did make a few changes and updates to the story, including having daughter Lavinia practice witchcraft off in the woods and the family be big city transplants versus the simple farmers as they were in the story. The director says these changes are all key to the themes.

“I’ve always been keen to portray the way that magic works with hands and spells and sorcerers and witch doctors, which are always portrayed as the bad guys,” Stanley said. “With Lavinia, it shows a potentially well-meaning witch and is exploring if magical dabbling has any effect whatsoever, and it doesn’t seem to protect her from the color. Part of the logic throughout was to try to make Lovecraft potent again by reconnecting the old ones to the unspeakables, Lovecraft’s abominations to present day consumptions. I felt that we would almost be doing it justice by updating the story, and that setting it in the 1920’s or the 19th century was rather dangerous, the material remaining quaint or at a distance from us. I wanted it to feel different from the old ones, the Lovecraftian worldview is a clear and present danger to us now as it is to past generations and generations to come.”

Lovecraft’s original story has spawned numerous similar stories and adaptations, including acclaimed novel Annihilation and its similarly praised film adaptation in 2018. Stanley says his crew chose to act as though they never heard of the film while developing their project.

“When Annihilation came out we were already so far ahead on Color that we pretty much decided to ignore it,” Stanley said. “I will say that the one thing that Annihilation did that influenced us while making ours was to play the film as a proper black comedy. I just felt they weren’t getting enough laughs in Annihilation. We’ve been advocates for a while, and I pitched Color as probably ‘Annihilation but shorter’ and ‘more colorful than The Lighthouse.'”

One of the biggest assets Stanley had going into the making of the film was the production company Spectrevision founded by Elijah Wood (Come to Daddy), Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller, which helped fund the film and left Stanley to his devices while bringing the project to life. They’re also developing two followup films including a potential “Dunwich Horror” adaptation, which was previously adapted in 1970 starring Dean Stockwell.

“It was very fortunate to find Spectrevision and companies that also have faith in the basic premise of being faithful to bringing Lovecraft to the screen,” Stanley said. “They understood that meant that the film was never going to have a conventional dramatic arc in the manner we’d expected. There were other things, chances, that Spectrevision took with me on this and ultimately I hope it will payoff and I’m certainly grateful for this. This time it will not have Dean Stockwell involved, but yeah we’re trying to crack it right now and it takes place in the same world as Color and it takes place in a future MAGA-era Harlan County. It gives us the opportunity to go back on campus to Miskatonic University for the first time since Re-Animator and to see the university and to get into the rare books section, take a look at the allegedly real economics of it all. The only character that is going to continue throughout the whole thing is Elliot Knight’s Ward character.”

While Stanley would like to see Cage return for the next film in a similar vein to Vincent Price’s work in the Roger Corman-Edgar Allen Poe film cycle, he cautions that he doesn’t “want to say too much about the casting right now,” but still praising the star for the “comic timing” that he brings to each scene, even in the ones that don’t call for it, that “is pretty unique.” In Color the director even threw in a little easter egg for fans familiar with the star’s unrealized Superman project that would’ve been helmed by Tim Burton!

Stanley became notorious in the film industry following his firing from the 1996 The Island of Dr. Moreau a mere three days into production, and the film itself became riddled with production issues surrounding star Marlon Brando (The Godfather). The director decided to also throw in a nod to the actor by featuring clips from the 1961 western One-Eyed Jacks, which Brando both directed and starred in, happy that he “finally got to work with Brando.”

Color Out of Space is in theaters and on VOD now!

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CS Scene of the Week: The Outsider

CS Scene of the Week: Holly & Ralph meet in The Outsider

Welcome to’s CS Scene of the Week column where we dive into the best scenes and performances television has to offer. For our latest installment, HBO’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Outsider is in full swing, unspooling a frightening and intriguing mystery that only gets more interesting with each episode. Episode three finally introduced private investigator Holly Gibney (Cynthia Erivo) who met our favorite detective Ralph Anderson (Ben Mendelsohn) and brought the characters, as well as the audience, even deeper into the strange supernatural events circling this story.

Tolerance for the Unexplainable

There has been no shortage of jaw-dropping moments in The Outsider. The unexpected shooting carried out by Ollie Peterson, shot down by Ralph, and subsequent death of Terry Maitland (Jason Bateman) outside of the courthouse in episode two followed by the complete destruction of an entire family (the Petersons) thanks to the malevolence stemming from the mysterious being in the town causing this toxic domino effect to take place ever since the brutal murder of young Frankie Peterson is just one example of how quickly the narrative in this series can escalate in massive ways.

For this week’s Scene of the Week, the third episode of The Outsider furthered the mystery of Holly Gibney’s possible Terry doppelganger and submerged the story even more into the supernatural, much to Ralph’s vague discomfort. While there are many important moments in the episode, the one that particularly stands out is more subtle, but arguably the most significant scene of the hour for the show’s central characters.

When our main investigators of the story meet for the first time, the worlds of the natural and not so natural connect as Holly drops the possibility of doppelgangers maybe not being a myth. Ralph claims he doesn’t have “tolerance for the unexplainable,” to which Holly responds that he won’t have much tolerance for her then, before explaining her history and how after being studied for years as a child by multiple doctors they could only come up with zero answers behind her unique encyclopedic knowledge and opposing personality traits that make someone like her, in her own words, unexplainable.

Ralph may struggle with the idea of the supernatural, of something more existing outside of the boundaries of reality he has grown accustomed to his whole life. But even then, Ralph is not cruel, nor is he entirely close-minded. As Holly reveals her upbringing along with a few examples of what makes her special and how she carries those unanswered questions about herself, he never once questions her or verbally points out anything he finds odd about her; he questions how her parents could allow her to be subjected to those experiments and studies as a child.

The statement seems to throw Holly a bit. She’s stuck in the familiar paradox of wanting to defend her parents (or understand them) while perhaps not wanting to admit that they could have done better by her or wondering if they had done the right thing when she was a kid. She might also be taken aback by Ralph’s lack of judgment of herself as a person as she has surely faced plenty of mockery and lack of understanding from people her whole life. She tells Ralph that her parents were scared, that they thought the “white coats” could cure her. Holly seems blindsided once more when Ralph replies quietly, “Cure you of being yourself?”

Whatever was specifically going through Holly’s mind at that moment, it’s clear a connection laid its foundation between the two characters during that conversation, largely thanks to Ralph expressing a sense of care and understanding, in his very subdued way, that Holly is likely unused to. Instead of questioning or judging why she is the way she is, he shows a refreshing acceptance that Holly is simply who she is and that’s good enough. That apparent connection is evidenced by her thanking him for drinking (even though he doesn’t like to drink much) to make her feel comfortable, and towards the end of the episode.

After some investigating, Holly gives Ralph a call to offer him updates on what she has learned so far in the case before telling him, “Every once in a while I like to hear the voice of someone who’s on my side.” Meaning, in that short meeting between the two of them, Holly was able to comfortably establish that even if Ralph struggles to see the world from her perspective, he is ultimately on her side. This relationship between Ralph and Holly as agents of light against impending darkness could play out in exciting ways in the episodes to come and is likely key in facing whatever terrible things await all of our characters.

What do you think of Holly Gibney’s character and her potential bond with Ralph as an ally? What other scenes from the series so far have been your favorite? Sound off in the comments below!


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Sony Developing Anaconda Reboot From Divergent Screenwriter

Sony developing Anaconda reboot from Divergent screenwriter

Though not a critical success, Sony’s 1997 creature feature Anaconda was a financial hit and has become a cult classic in the over 20 years since its release and now the studio is looking to bring the franchise back to life in a reboot penned by Divergent‘s Evan Daugherty, according to Variety.

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No details have currently been released regarding the story or characters in the project, nor even a producer, director or stars, but putting a reboot in development is certainly an interesting notion, as the creature feature genre seems to be on a comeback with hits such as The Meg and Godzilla: King of the Monsters for Warner Bros.

The original film, which hit theaters in April ’97, followed a documentary film crew who are searching for a lost tribe along the Amazon River and are initially helped by a snake-hunter, played by Jon Voight, who hijacks the expedition in his hunt for a record-breaking green anaconda he’s been tracking. However, the hunters become the hunted as the crew fight for their lives against the monstrous creature.

The film received mixed reviews from critics, currently sitting at a 40% approval rating from critics on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes, but was a hit with audiences and went on to gross over $135 million at the global box office on its $45 million budget. The ensemble cast was made up of Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers), Ice Cube (Fist Fight), Voight (Ray Donovan), Eric Stoltz (Pulp Fiction) and Owen Wilson (Wedding Crashers).

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Its box office success spawned a franchise that included the 2004 sequel Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid, which was similarly a critical miss but a financial hit, and two direct-to-video sequels Anaconda 3: Offspring starring David Hasselhoff (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) and Anacondas: Trail of Blood. The franchise would also eventually cross over with the cult crocodile series Lake Placid in the 2015 Lake Placid vs. Anaconda.

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Jim Carrey Interested in The Mask Sequel Under One Condition

Jim Carrey interested in The Mask sequel under one condition

One of Jim Carrey’s most iconic roles came in the form of the 1994 fantasy comedy The Mask, for which he earned a Golden Globe nomination in the leading role, and though a spin-off sequel Son of the Mask came out to no fanfare, audiences have been clamoring for a proper follow-up to the acclaimed original and the 58-year-old comedian has not closed the door on the possibility.

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While promoting Sonic the Hedgehog, Carrey revealed in an interview with that though he doesn’t normally keep his mind on future installments of his films while making them, he could be persuaded to return to the Dark Horse Comics world of The Mask.

I don’t think in terms of sequels and stuff like that, I mean, this one [Sonic The Hedgehog] is kind of right for it because we have not evolved the character [Dr. Eggman] fully yet,” Carrey said. “The Mask I think, myself, you know, it would depend on a filmmaker. It depends on a filmmaker really. I don’t want to do it just to do it. But I would only do it if it was some crazy visionary filmmaker. Sure.

The original film, released in July ’94, followed lowly bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss who comes across a magical mask that allows him to transform into a zoot-suited gangster with cartoonish powers and seeming immortality and uses them to rid his town of crime and win the heart of a singer connected to the local crime lord.

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The adaptation of the Dark Horse Comic created by John Arcudi, Chris Warner and Doug Mahnke proved to be a smash, earning rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, landing Carrey a Golden Globe nomination and establishing Diaz as a viable leading lady, while also grossing over $351 million worldwide on a $23 million budget. It was followed by the 2005 standalone sequel Son of the Mask led by Jamie Kennedy (Scream) and Alan Cumming (Goldeneye), which was widely panned by critics and audiences alike and was a box office failure.

Talks of a proper revival or sequel have been underway for years now, with co-creator Mike Richardson stating he’d like to see a female-led reboot of the film, while also desiring to see Carrey return as Ipkiss, but always coming to a standstill in a search for a proper creative path.

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Disney Sets Live-Action Remakes of Pinocchio & Bambi

Disney sets live-action remakes of Pinocchio & Bambi

With last year’s live-action adaptations of Aladdin and The Lion King garnering a combined $2.7 billion for the House of Mouse, Disney is not slowing down with bringing back old properties as it has begun development on a photoreal Bambi remake, as well as officially signing Robert Zemeckis (Flight) to co-write and direct a live-action Pinocchio remake. (Via Deadline)

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No director is currently set on the new adaptation of Bambi, but the script is set to be penned by Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Captain Marvel) and Lindsey Beer (Sierra Burgess is a Loser) and will see the returns of iconic characters Thumper and Flower alongside the titular fawn.

Zemeckis is currently set to co-write the script on a previous draft from Chris Weitz (Cinderella) and Simon Farnaby (Paddington 2), and will direct the film in a manner similar to Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin combining both animated characters and real-world sets and people. Both films will be produced by Andrew Miano and Weitz through their banner Depth of Field, with Jack Rapke and Jackie Levine set to executive produce the puppet project.

Paul King, director of both Paddington and Paddington 2, was originally attached to helm Pinocchio but apparently vacated the film at some point last year. Andrew Miano and Chris Weitz are set to produce, with King, Weitz and Simon Farnaby having penned the script.

RELATED: Tom Hanks in Talks to Play Geppetto in Disney’s Live Action Pinocchio

Pinocchio will center on the wooden puppet who dreams of becoming a “real boy,” and the relationship between a father and son, the ramifications of lying and creating stories and living in a fantasy world.

The original Pinocchio, based on the 1883 novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, first debuted in theaters in 1940 and won two Academy Awards. In the 1940 Disney-animated film Pinocchio, the lead role was voiced by Dickie Jones, Jiminy Cricket by Cliff Edwards, and Master Geppetto by Christian Rubb.

Zemeckis is currently in post-production on his adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches for Warner Bros. starring Anne Hathaway.

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Sandbox VR Deadwood Mansion

Virtual reality is one of the most immersive experiences out there. With a headset right in your face, you really feel closer to the action. VR companies have been raising the bar, with VR locations like The Void helping with utilizing VR tech and physical locations to make you see and feel the action while roaming around in an actual set. However, if you want a longer VR experience, there’s Sandbox VR. Nerd Reactor had the chance to play the horror VR shooter, Deadwood Mansion, and it’s frantic, intense, and hair-rising.

Sandbox VR experiences are longer than the other VR spaces since it’s easier to make a longer adventure when it’s just focusing on one giant room compared to a set with many corridors and rooms. This gives you a fuller experience, whereas the shorter experiences can feel too short where you’re thinking, “That’s it?”

Deadwood Mansion is the first experience from Sandbox VR, and you’ll be given a choice to wield an SMG, assault rifle or pistol. You can play with up to 6 players, and if you’ve played games like Left 4 Dead and House of the Dead, you’ll get an idea of how crazy things can get. Zombies will be coming at you from different corners of the main hall, and some of them will have weak points and others will charge at you, encouraging players to move around the area. Sometimes this can lead to players bumping into each other, so be careful out there.

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Usually, with these types of VR experiences on location, death isn’t an option. In Deadwood Mansion, your avatar can die. If that does happen, another friend can heal you by touching your shoulder. Other friends can get incapacitated by a licker-like creature similar to Left 4 Dead. It’s important to communicate to your friends that you’re in trouble.

To make you feel the action, you’ll be wearing haptic vests. When a zombie is attacking you, you’ll feel it on your body. The plus side is that you’ll know if you’re getting attacked from behind. There are sensors that you’ll need to wear on your arms and feet, and this will track your movement in the virtual world. You can even move your fingers, and the digital world will capture that. It’s not perfect, but I was still amazed by how accurate my finger movement were.

Image courtesy of Sandbox VR

And the best thing of all? You get two videos. One is an action-packed trailer featuring you and your friend’s accomplishments, and the other is a video report showing different stats in a dynamic way.

If I had a gripe, I wish that the location changed. Our entire experience was set in the main hall of a mansion. It’s a nice area where you can move around your friends, but more variety wouldn’t hurt.

Final Reaction

Deadwood Mansion is a fun VR experience with friends where you can interact with them while moving around the space. Part of the fun is teamwork, which is crucial when saving a dying friend or locating zombies.

Sandbox VR is located in Los Angeles, Orange County, Chicago, San Diego, San Francisco, and Vancouver. Austin, Dallas and New York locations are coming soon. For more info, visit

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The second track on Mystic, “Five Months, Four Days” initiates the romantic storyline of the album. It is as close as Mystic gets to a love song, detailing an irredeemably chaotic relationship and the snowball effect that occurs when one gets involved with another person in an attempt to save them, only to be dragged down to their level in the process.

It all happened so fast. Sirens sound as if foreshadowing something ominous. He believes he is entirely pure, absolved of all sin. She will always feel more than he does. She will always love him more than he could ever love her. She will always have more reasons to hate him than she could ever give him. Every time she sees him, he grows less and less amused with the relationship. All she wants is to make it all work out…and he’s bored. Is he going to leave? She dares him to. With everything she has already given to and given up for him, she will not let him go.

She does not realize that you cannot revive dead roses by keeping them. Regardless of the wreck imminent, she holds onto the steering wheel white-knuckled, still believing she’s the one in control.

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Let the Record Show, the crate-dug interview series in which artists discuss their favorite songs of all time as the tracks spin on vinyl, continues its fourth season with the rapper legally known as Jonathan McCollum aka Rittz.

Shot during a stop on last year’s Winner’s Circle Tour alongside Dizzy Wright, the CNT Records founder sits down with hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace at SON Studios in Las Vegas. Together they dig through the crates, digging up hip-hop classics from 2Pac, The Geto Boys, Juvenile and Jay-Z, balanced out with rock and soul staples from the likes of The Jacksons, Toto, Stevie Wonder, and Alice In Chains.

As a self-proclaimed “B-Side kind of guy,” Rittz didn’t pick the songs that you’d think. Rittz’s appearance on Let the Record Show marks the 37th episode in the series and the second episode of the fourth season of the show. Forthcoming episodes of season 4 will include rapper Fool’s Gold producer/DJ YehMe2, formerly of Flosstradamus and Dudley Perkins aka Declaime, among others.

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Whitney Peyton’s first release on Suburban Noize Records is out today!  It’s called Alpha, and contains 10 brand new tracks that you’re gonna want to check out!  Here is the track list:

  1. Villain
  2. Double Up
  3. Enemy (ft. Gina Fritz)
  4. I Got It
  5. Kick It
  6. No Time
  7. Better Be
  8. Smile
  9. Like You Mean It (ft. Ileigha Kohoutek
  10. Not the Same

You can get both digital and physical copies of the album at this link:

Make sure you show love and support for Whitney because she always holds it down for us!

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At the end of December 2019, Forgiato Blow released his new single with Vanilla Ice and Cowboy Troy entitled” Ride The Horse”. The song is currently soaring it’s way at the top of the charts including all digital platforms with a music video dropping within a few weeks.

For those who are unfamiliar Forgiato Blow also released his Vanilla Sprite remix with Vanilla Ice and Rick Ross which is also available now on all digital streaming outlets.

The year 2020 will also see the return of Vanilla Ice to the screen , he just wrapped up season 10 of the Vanilla Ice Project for the DIY network as well he will be in the upcoming Adam Sandler comedy ” The Wrong Missy” which will also feature WWE Superstar Roman Reigns coming this March.

Stay tuned to Faygoluvers this year as we will drop any new and exclusive news with Vanilla Ice.

As an exclusive – here’s some performance footage from a private event V-ICE and DJ Dirty Chopstix performed at in Canada recently.

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Marvel Cancels Howard the Duck and Tigra & Dazzler Animated Series

Nearly a year ago, Marvel TV and Hulu announced plans for four animated series including M.O.D.O.K., Hit Monkey, Howard the Duck, and the unlikely pairing of Tigra & Dazzler. There was even going to be a team up special called The Offenders, with the stars of all four shows. However, plans have changed and only two of the series will be going forward.

Via The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel has pulled the plug on Howard the Duck and the Tigra & Dazzler animated series. The report also said that this decision was made by Marvel, not Hulu. Both Hit Monkey and M.O.D.O.K. are still in production. Regardless, this does make The Offenders less likely to happen.

There were signs of trouble on the Tigra & Dazzler series late last year when Marvel placed the production on hold. After creative differences with the writing staff, Marvel released the entire staff and planned to restart development for the show. At the time, Marvel was reportedly looking for a new showrunner to take over the series.

RELATED:  Tigra & Dazzler Animated Show Is on Hold

Fan favorite writer and director Kevin Smith was one of the primary creators of the Howard the Duck series Via Newsarama, Smith shared his reaction to the news.

“I got a text from [fellow executive producer] Dave Willis in the morning saying, ‘We got Tigra and Dazzler’d,'” related Smith. “I called him and asked ‘Is that what I think that means?’ And Dave said he had just got the word that there will be no Howard the Duck show. The only explanation was ‘We have no plans for this character at this time.'”

How do you feel about the cancellation of Howard the Duck and Tigra & Dazzler? Let us know in the comment section below!

Recommended Reading: Howard the Duck: The Complete Collection Volume 1

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