Netflix has announced that Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has been cancelled and will conclude with Part 4 in late 2020 with a “spooky, sexy & supernatural series finale.”
Part 4 will consist of eight episodes and will see The Eldritch Terrors descending upon Greendale. The coven must fight each of the Terrors, including The Weird, The Returned, The Darkness, all before facing The Void, which is “the End of All Things.”
As the witches wage their war with the help of The Fright Club, Nick will also try to slowly earn his way back into Sabrina’s heart before its too
Tom Cruise got so stressed out during the “nightmare” filming of Mission: Impossible II that he developed a zit on his nose over the course of filming one key scene, according to his co-star Thandie Newton.
In a DGAF interview with Vulture, Newton recalled she was “scared” of Cruise making the 2000 action sequel, calling him “a very dominant individual. He tries super hard to be a nice person. But the pressure. He takes on a lot. And I think he has this sense that only he can do everything as best as it can be done.”
July 2020’s Nintendo Switch Online Games are the SNES’ Donkey Kong Country and Natsume Championship Wrestling, and NES’ The Immortal.
Announced by Nintendo, these games will be available to all Nintendo Switch Online subscribers on July 15, 2020.
Donkey Kong Country is one of the high-profile SNES games, alongside Final Fantasy III (VI!), and Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, that have appeared on other Nintendo’s Virtual Console and the Super Nintendo Classic but had not yet made it to Switch Online.
Originally released in 1994, Donkey Kong Country starred Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong as they worked
Nintendo has announced its Switch Online games for the month of July. Most notably, it welcomes back the 1994 classic, Donkey Kong Country. Alongside it is the release of the SNES title Natsume Championship Wrestling, and the NES title known as The Immortal. Each of these games will arrive next week on 15th July.
Here’s a little bit about each one, and a trailer:
Donkey Kong Country – Armed with chest-pounding muscle, mighty barrel rolls and awesome vine-swinging skills, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong set out to face their adversaries, K. Rool and his reptilian crew of
IGN is pleased to announce that three of its writers are among the nominees for the L.A. Press Club’s 62nd Annual Southern California Journalism Awards.
Reporter Matt Kim was nominated in the category of Online: Entertainment News (Music/Performers) for his November 2019 piece “Blizzcon Protesters Share Why They’re Fighting For Free Speech at Blizzard’s Big Event.” Written in the wake of Blizzard’s decision to punish Hearthstone player Ng Wai “Blitzchung” Chung following his public support of the Hong Kong protests, the piece explores how many Blizzcon attendees sought to protest Blizzard’s decision and raise awareness of the situation