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Star Wars Episode 9 Director Confirms That The Script Is Finished

Sat, 02/24/2018 - 01:18

Star Wars Episode IX was originally set to be directed by Jurassic World's Colin Trevorrow, but in September last year, Trevorrow was replaced by Force Awakens director JJ Abrams. The movie's release was pushed from May until December of 2019 as Abrams worked on a new script, but the director has now revealed that it is finished and the movie will begin production this summer.

Abrams appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and was asked about progress on Episode IX. "We have a script, which is a big deal for me," he said. "It starts shooting end of July. Sometimes having the script in advance is something I haven't always been lucky enough to have. But I'm writing this with Chris Terrio, who's a genius, and I'm having a great time."

In October, Abrams hinted that he wouldn't play it safe with his second Star Wars film. "I feel like we need to approach this with the same excitement that we had when we were kids loving what these movies were," he said. "But at the same time, we have to take them places that they haven't gone, and that's sort of our responsibility."

Most of the key actors from both The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi are expected to return for Episode IX, including Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac. Ridley has already stated that this will be her final Star Wars movie. "I am really, really excited to do the third thing and round it out, because ultimately, what I was signing on to was three films," she said in December. "So in my head, it's three films. I think it will feel like the right time to round it out."

The next film in the franchise to hit theaters will be Solo: A Star Wars Story, which arrives in May. Beyond that, Last Jedi director Rian Johnson is developing a new series of Star Wars movies, as are Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

Mute Review: If Blade Runner Was Bad

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 18:59

Sometimes a sci-fi movie just barely misses the mark. Maybe it didn't hit quite the right tone, or it failed to provide satisfying answers to the thought-provoking questions it proposed. There are plenty of science fiction films that we enjoy despite their flaws, because there's some good in them, too. And then there's Mute.

From Netflix and Duncan Jones, Mute promised to be a return to form for the director and writer behind the instant classic 2009 mind-bender Moon (and, more recently, the less-than-classic Warcraft). Unfortunately, Mute is a cartoonish, nonsensical, tone-deaf, derivative, outrageously awful nightmare without a single redeeming quality. Bummer, right?

From beginning to end, Mute is simply hard to watch. It starts when a young Amish boy named Leo suffers a terrible boating accident that leaves his vocal cords permanently shredded. As an adult, Leo (Alexander Skarsgard) has emigrated to Germany. A brief fly-by on a newspaper clipping clumsily tells us that the German chancellor invited American Amish to relocate there en masse to bring a sense of "tradition" back to the country, and that's all the explanation we ever get for that.

After several early scenes of drippy, melodramatic flirting that would make Tommy Wiseau cringe, Leo sets out on a mission to find his missing girlfriend, a blue-haired cocktail waitress named Naadirah (Seyneb Saleh, whose acting is ridiculously, terribly over the top). Meanwhile, Cactus Bill (Paul Rudd, sporting an absurdly huge handlebar mustache) is an AWOL American soldier who does under-the-table surgeries for the mob in the hopes of getting papers for him and his daughter to return home. His friend Duck Teddington (Justin Theroux in an insanely bad wig) is also around, for reasons that become horrifyingly clear as the movie progresses.

Let's get one thing out of the way: Leo being Amish has absolutely no bearing on the story whatsoever, and so boils down to a pointless, distracting, silly quirk. He works as a bartender, where he doesn't hesitate to skillfully beat up drunk guys who hit on Naadirah. He uses technology, albeit reluctantly. In other words, he could have been any random schmuck and the only thing about him they'd need to change is his suspenders.

Leo being mute doesn't really affect the story either; it just makes many scenes unnecessarily long as we wait for him to scribble his side of each conversation on a notepad. His lack of speech carries no thematic weight, and it never even hinders him plot-wise. It does have one positive effect, though, at least for Skarsgard: He doesn't have to say any of the lines in this terrible script.

Here's a small sampling of actual lines from this movie, all from relatively early on since the entire thing is like this and at a certain point you have to stop transcribing every single thing that every single character says:

  • "That's a real sexy hood ornament you've got dancing up there tonight."

  • "If my mom tried to stop me talking, I would f*** her up. And she's in a wheelchair."

  • "He doesn't need words. He's kind. Why wouldn't I love him?"

  • "School girls, babe. Itty bitty titties and smooth little p***ies. Then they grow up."

That last is said with a big sigh by Justin Theroux's character, a pediatric surgeon who's also a pedophile. The line is accompanied by an actual upskirt shot of a nearby school girl, the camera lingering on her behind as she bends over to pick up a bowling ball.

Mute treats Duck's preference for young girls as a joke for the movie's first half, like Matthew McConaughey's famous quote in Dazed and Confused about how high school girls always stay the same age, no matter how old you get. Except Theroux's character is literally filming pre-pubescent young girls in their underwear at his practice. The only thing that will make your stomach turn more than that fact is the flippant way the movie plays these scenes, almost as if it's supposed to be funny.

Halfway through, this subplot seems like it's about to take a major turn. Cactus--who has a young daughter--confronts Duck about his pedophilia, telling him firmly that he has just got to cut it out. Then they go to the mall, where they get drunk and steal some peanuts, like the previous scene never happened. As they leave, Cactus screams a homophobic slur at a security guard who confronts them.

Go ahead and re-read those sentences a couple more times and let them sink in. Now consider for a second that the entire movie is this bad. The biggest mystery is how Jones convinced these actors to go along with any of it.

Mute's futuristic setting itself has some promise, but it's utterly squandered. The movie doesn't have a single original idea, simply ripping shamelessly from great sci-fi and cyberpunk films that have come before it. Flying cars? Grungy neon? Sexy robots? Drones? A seedy city underbelly populated by prostitutes in crazy pseudo-futuristic outfits? Check, check, and check--although Mute could have easily been set in the present, or even in the past, since not one of these shallow sci-fi trappings has a single tangible effect on the story.

As Mute's plodding, meandering two-hour length comes to a close across multiple increasingly nonsensical climactic showdowns, nothing else will strike you so much as the baffling, swirling, inexplicable, disgusting mess of it all. Nothing anyone in this movie does makes a shred of sense, either logically or emotionally. Every single character is a one-dimensional caricature with no redeeming qualities. The effects look cheap. The score is forgettable. It's casually offensive, vulgar, gross, and mean for absolutely no reason. And it's unabashedly unaware--or uncaring--of the fact that you shouldn't play scenes about pedophiliac pediatricians and domestic abuse with the same weightless flippancy as a joke about robot strippers or a less-than-subtle cameo from Moon's Sam Rockwell.

And by the way, the fact that Mute and Moon apparently take place in the same "universe" doesn't make Mute any better (although this movie's existence may retroactively make Moon seem worse).

Mute is a bad joke about itself, the movie version of a Weird Al Yankovic song (an "Amish Paradise" sequel set in the future?), only if the filmmaker wasn't aware it was supposed to be a parody. It's like Mute underwent so many rewrites that the scenes and characters no longer match up--or like it's a first draft that never underwent a single edit, though considering how long Jones was trying to get this made--12 years!--the former seems more likely. At least now we have an idea why he had such a hard time.

The GoodThe Bad Paul Rudd is kind of funny once or twiceNonsensical, stupid plot Poorly written script filled with cringe-inducing lines Ugly, unoriginal world Cartoonish, one-dimensional characters Totally derivative without a single original thought Flippant portrayal of weighty subject matter

Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Wins Game Of The Year At DICE Awards

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 16:21

2017 may be over, but the video game industry is not yet finished celebrating the year's best games. The 21st DICE Awards took place this evening in Las Vegas, and Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild took home the highly coveted Game of the Year award.

Breath of the Wild won four awards in all tonight. In addition to Game of the Year, it won Outstanding Achievement in Game Direction, Outstanding Achievement in Game Design, and Adventure Game of the Year.

Studio MDHR's Xbox One and PC game Cuphead won three awards, while Horizon: Zero Dawn, Lone Echo/Echo Arena, and Snipperclips each took home two awards each. Nintendo's Fire Emblem Heroes won Mobile Game of the Year, while the company's racing game Mario Kart 8 was awarded Racing Game of the Year. FIFA 18 won Sports Game of the Year, while Injustice 2 nabbed Fighting Game of the Year. The hugely successful PUBG was honored for Outstanding Achievement in Online Gameplay.

In addition to these awards, DICE honoured Nintendo's Genyo Takeda with a Lifetime Achievement Award. He was instrumental in the development of the Nintendo 64, GameCube, and Wii.

You can see a full rundown of DICE Awards categories, nominees, and winners below. The winners are in bold.

21st D.I.C.E. Awards Winners

Game of the Year

  • Cuphead
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • PUBG
  • Super Mario Odyssey
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Outstanding Achievement in Animation

  • Cuphead
  • For Honor
  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction

  • Cuphead
  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Little Nightmares
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Outstanding Achievement in Character

  • Assassin's Creed Origins - Bayek
  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice - Senua
  • Horizon Zero Dawn - Aloy
  • Star Wars Battlefront II - Iden Versio
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy - Chloe Fraiser

Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composition

  • Call of Duty: WWII
  • Cuphead
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • RiME
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Design

  • Destiny 2
  • Injustice 2
  • Star Wars Battlefront II
  • Super Mario Odyssey
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

Outstanding Achievement in Story

  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Night in the Woods
  • What Remains of Edith Finch
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Outstanding Technical Achievement

  • Assassin's Creed Origins
  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Lone Echo/Echo Arena
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Action Game of the Year

  • Call of Duty: WWII
  • Cuphead
  • Destiny 2
  • PUBG
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Adventure Game of the Year

  • Assassin's Creed Origins
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Super Mario Odyssey
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy

Family Game of the Year

  • DropMix
  • GNOG
  • Just Dance 2018
  • SingStar Celebration
  • Snipperclips

Fighting Game of the Year

  • Arms
  • Injustice 2
  • Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
  • Nidhogg 2
  • Tekken 7

Racing Game of the Year

  • Dirt 4
  • Forza Motorsport 7
  • Gran Turismo Sport
  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
  • Project Cars 2

Role-Playing Game of the Year

  • Divinity: Original Sin 2
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of War
  • NieR:Automata
  • Persona 5
  • Torment: Tides of Numenera

Sports Game of the Year

  • Everybody's Golf
  • FIFA 18
  • Golf Clash
  • Madden NFL 18
  • MLB The Show 17

Strategy/Simulation Game of the Year

  • Endless Space 2
  • Halo Wars 2
  • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
  • Total War: Warhammer II
  • XCOM 2: War of the Chosen

Immersive Reality Technical Achievement

  • Lone Echo/Echo Arena
  • Robo Recall
  • Star Trek Bridge Crew
  • The Invisible Hours
  • Wilson's Heart

Immersive Reality Game of the Year

  • Lone Echo/Echo Arena
  • Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin
  • Robo Recall
  • Space Pirate Trainer
  • Wilson's Heart

D.I.C.E. Sprite Award

  • Everything
  • Gorogoa
  • Night in the Woods
  • Pyre
  • Snipperclips

Handheld Game of the Year

  • Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
  • Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth
  • Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia
  • Metroid: Samus Returns
  • Monster Hunter Stories

Mobile Game of the Year

  • Cat Quest
  • Fire Emblem Heroes
  • Gorogoa
  • Monument Valley 2
  • Splitter Critters

Outstanding Achievement in Online Gameplay

  • Call of Duty: WWII
  • Destiny 2
  • Fortnite
  • PUBG
  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Outstanding Achievement in Game Design

  • Gorogoa
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • PUBG
  • Super Mario Odyssey
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Outstanding Achievement in Game Direction

  • Gorogoa
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
  • What Remains of Edith Finch

Big GameStop Sale Includes Discounts On Xbox One X, Lots Of Games, And More

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 15:58

Retailer GameStop has announced a big new sale coming up this weekend. On February 24, GameStop will hold its "Pro Day Sale," with discounts on consoles, games, and more. The big catch is that you have to be a Pro or Elite Pro member to take advantage of the offers.

If you're in the market for an Xbox One X, GameStop is selling the console with a free copy of PUBG and an extra controller for $500. Additionally, all new Xbox One S consoles are marked down by $50, while controllers are up to 50 percent off when you meet certain trade requirements.

GameStop Pro Day Sale ad (February 24th) https://t.co/Rpnm10czcZ pic.twitter.com/EY4zwhsgsj

— Wario64 (@Wario64) February 22, 2018

Other hardware deals include a nice discount on the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim PlayStation VR bundle, which is going for $350 instead of $450 during the sale. Additionally, GameStop is offering 50 percent off the game Invisible Hours when you buy any PlayStation VR headset bundle. On top of that, the HTC Vive bundle is marked down to $500.

Moving to game sales, some titles on sale during the sale include Call of Duty: WWII ($40), FIFA 18 ($30), Madden NFL 18 ($25), Star Wars: Battlefront II ($30), WWE 2K18 ($30), NBA 2K18 ($35), For Honor ($20), and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus ($30). Some of the other discounted games include Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy ($25), Skyrim Special Edition ($20), Doom ($20), and Final Fantasy XV ($20), among many others. Additionally, Assassin's Creed Origins is down to $35, while GTA V can be had for $30; Fallout 4's Game of the Year edition is available for $30, while Mafia III is marked down to only $15.

GameStop's Pro membership costs $15/year, while Elite Pro subscriptions cost $30/year. You can learn more about the packages and their benefits here on GameStop's website. You can see the full GameStop Pro Day Sale flyer here on GameStop's website.

PSN Is Having Some Issues Right Now

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 14:56

The PlayStation Network, the online service that powers PlayStation products, is running into some problems right now. The PSN's official Status page shows that "Gaming And Social" elements of the service are experiencing some hiccups currently.

"You may have some difficulty launching games, applications, or online features," reads a line from the page. "Our engineers are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible, and we thank you for your patience."

The service interruption is affecting PlayStation 4 alone, the page says. All other PSN services, including Account Management, PlayStation Now, PlayStation Vue, PlayStation Store, and PlayStation Music, are working normally, the support page says.

We'll report back with more details on this latest PSN service interruption as new details become available. It is unclear how widespread the issues may be or how long the interruption will last. As always, your mileage may vary. Keep checking back for more.

Violent Video Games Should Be Taxed Extra, Lawmaker Says

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 14:46

Rhode Island state representative Robert Nardolillo has proposed legislation in the Ocean State that seeks to add an extra tax on violent video games. In a news release this week, the Republican lawmaker said the funds from this tax would go towards mental health and counselling resources. This legislation would put an additional 10 percent sales tax on video games sold in Rhode Island that carry an M-for-Mature or higher rating from the ESRB.

Rhode Island's sales tax rate is 7 percent, meaning $60 games actually cost $64.20. With the extra 10 percent, an M-rated game like Grand Theft Auto V would cost $70.20. That's a good amount extra. Nardolillo says the revenue from this tax would be put into a "special account" to be dispersed to school districts for the purposes of funding counselling, mental health programs, and "other conflict resolution activities."

"Our goal is to make every school in Rhode Island a safe and calm place for students to learn," Nardolillo said in a news release. "By offering children resources to manage their aggression today, we can ensure a more peaceful tomorrow."

Nardolillo's proposed legislation comes just days after the horrific high school shooting in Parkland, Florida. In the wake of the tragedy, President Trump said he's heard people say "the level of violence in video games is really shaping young people's thoughts."

Nardolillo went on to say, without citing any specific study or data, that "there is evidence that children exposed to violent video games at a young age tend to act more aggressively than those who are not." He added: "This bill would give schools the additional resources needed to help students deal with that aggression in a positive way."

Some argue there is assuredly a link between playing violent video games and increased levels of aggressive behaviour, while others maintain that games themselves don't cause violence, but are rather one prominent risk factor for violent real-world behaviour.

This is not the first time a politician has called for an excise tax on specific video games. After the Sandy Hook shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, a lawmaker from the state proposed a similar tax in 2013. Also that year, a state representative from Missouri proposed a sales tax on games rated M and above. In both cases, the funds would have gone towards mental health programs. However, the bills never became law.

Overwatch Teaser Could Point To A New Hero

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 12:52

Blizzard today released a cryptic teaser for Overwatch that some believe could be in reference to a new hero named "Emre Sarioglu." The teaser takes the form of a declassified After-Action report for something called "Operation White Dome."

As explained in the text below, Operation White Dome took place on the outskirts of Istanbul, Turkey and involved captain Ana Amari (a current Overwatch character) being deployed to "deal with a remaining pocket of omnic resistance." Also on this excursion were Overwatch characters Reinhardt, Torbjorn, and "Private First Class Emre Sariogulu." That last name is the most notable one, it seems, as it could be a new Overwatch character.

[DECLASSIFIED] After-Action Report: Operation “WHITE DOME” pic.twitter.com/fvnUQQEFDC

— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) February 23, 2018

Overwatch launched back in 2016 with a roster of 21 characters, with five more coming after launch. Moira, the newest post-release hero, was added to the game in November 2017.

Overwatch's Lunar New Year event, Year of the Dog, is currently underway until March 5. This year's event includes many new skins, emotes, and more for the game's loot boxes, as well as changes to the Capture the Flag mode, a new competitive mode, and a new map called Ayutthaya.

New Call Of Duty: WW2 Update Out Tomorrow, Here's What It Does

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 12:27

This weekend marks the end of Call of Duty: WWII's Resistance event, and as such it's the last weekend to get double character, Division, and weapon XP. This weekend also marks the launch of the game's next update, which rebalances several weapons and changes the speed of aiming down sights for many guns.

Sledgehammer detailed the patch on Reddit today, and it is highlighted by significant changes to ADS speeds. Most interestingly, the Kar98K and M1903 sniper rifles will have their ADS speeds decreased in order to slightly reduce the effectiveness of quickscoping. LMGs, SMGs, and Rifles, meanwhile, will all have their base ADS speeds increased. SMGs gets an additional boost to the speed of aiming down sights immediately after sprinting, a tweak that's meant to better delineate between the weapon classes.

As for other weapon balance changes, the MP-40 will get some attention, having its recoil improved so that it's more competitive with the PPSh-41. The SVT-40 also gets better recoil but an increased hip-fire spread, both meant to bring it in line with the M1 Garand. You can read all of the weapon changes below.

The update is scheduled for launch tomorrow on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. In other news, you can currently play Call of Duty: WWII's multiplayer for free on PC. In addition, its first expansion, The Resistance, will be released on PS4 next week.

Patch NotesADS TRANSITION TIMES/ADS FROM SPRINT TIMES/ADS SPRINT OUT TIMES:

SMGs

  • Buffed base ADS times and buffed ADS in from sprint times (ADS sprint out times match ADS from sprint times).

Rifles

  • Buffed base ADS transition times, but not ADS from sprint times/ADS sprint out times, in an effort to maintain a difference between the SMG and AR class playstyles.

Snipers: Kar98k and M1903

  • Nerfed ADS transition times (a slight quickscoping nerf).

LMGs

  • Buffed base ADS times

Note: Base ADS times for SMGs are faster than Rifles, and Rifles are faster than LMGs. In other words, there is now more of a distinction between class playstyles.

WEAPONS:

MP-40

  • Buffed recoil in an effort to have a more competitive SMG on par with the PPSh-41.

FG-42

  • Nerfed fire rate so that the damage output is more in line with other weapons in its class.

SVT-40

  • Buffed recoil in an effort to make it more manageable to shoot down range and give a better contrast to the M1 Garand.
  • Nerfed hip spread to match the M1 Garand's in an effort to decrease the ability to quickly kill opponents at closer ranges.

M1A1

  • Buffed fire rate in an effort to make it a more competitive choice amongst the other rifles (still slightly slower than the Gewehr 43).

Gewehr 43

  • Buffed fire rate in an effort to make it a more competitive choice amongst the other rifles (still slightly faster than M1A1).
  • Buffed recoil (closer to that of M1A1).
  • Buffed clip size to be 12 rounds per clip instead of 10.

M30 Luftwaffe Drilling

  • Buffed damage per pellet to be on par with the recent Sawed-Off Shotgun changes so that this shotgun now has a more automatic 2-shot kill and a slightly more forgiving one-shot kill.
  • Buffed shotgun damage range, so that it's now more feasible to finish off an opponent who didn't die from a rifle bullet.
  • Buffed ADS spread to allow for greater accuracy when shooting enemies that are outside of the obvious shotgun range (while ADS).

Toggle Action

  • Buffed clip size to be 8 shots per clip instead of 6 in an effort to allow players to have more success with this weapon.
  • Nerfed ADS spread to be on par with other shotguns (besides the M30).

New PUBG Loot Crates Out Now, Along With An Absurdly Rare Item

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 12:14

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds got a couple of new cosmetic crates today, and both of them add some pretty distinctive clothing for you to dress up your character in. You can buy the Militia and Fever crates starting now, although the Fever crate requires you to also buy an Early Bird key. In addition, both crates contain items that drop at particularly low frequencies, but the Militia crate takes the prize for holding the rarest item.

The name of the Fever crate refers to dance fever, because it includes a whole bunch of '70s- and '80s-inspired clothing options. If you snag one of these boxes, you'll receive anything from a mesh polo shirt to a cropped corset to loafers with socks. According to the drop rates published in the patch notes, the cropped corset and zest checkered shirt are the rarest items.

The Militia crate, meanwhile, can award a handful of different combat-themed items along with some other clothes. It has the possibility of granting a cowboy hat, a long-sleeved turtleneck, a utility belt, and others. The rarest item by far is the military skirt, which has a microscopic .00064% chance of dropping.

You can snag the Fever crate with in-game Battle Points and open it with an Early Bird key, which costs real money. The Militia crate, meanwhile, will drop 40% of the time when purchasing one of the random boxes with in-game currency.

In other news, developer PUBG Corp. confirmed recently that a new map is scheduled for release by July. There's not much known yet about the map, but you can read more about what the studio's got planned for PUBG here.

A Movie About Cheetos Is Finally Happening

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 11:20

A biopic about the wonderful man who invented Flamin' Hot Cheetos is in the works at Fox Searchlight, the studio behind movies like Juno and Slumdog Millionaire. The movie, which is titled Flamin' Hot, will follow the life of Flamin' Hot Cheetos inventor Richard Montanez, who was a janitor at Frito-Lay before creating the snack and amassing untold wealth.

According to Variety, which was the first to report the news today, multiple studios were vying to pick up the movie before Fox Searchlight ultimately sealed the deal. Montanez is the son of an immigrant and worked on farms picking grapes in southern California. He later got a job as a janitor at Cheetos manufacturer Frito-Lay, and during his time cleaning toilets there in the '70s, he came up with the idea for a new variety of Cheetos.

The script for Flamin' Hot is being written by Lewis Colick (October Sky, Ladder 49), with Montanez helping out. Devon Franklin, a Hollywood producer and spiritual coach, is producing.

According to Fox News, Montanez got the idea for a hot variety of Cheetos while he was eating a cup of corn. "I see the corn man adding butter, cheese, and chile to the corn and thought, 'What if I add chile to a Cheeto?'" he recalled.

According to the report, Montanez bolted into his mother's kitchen and whipped up some spices for a test version of the snack. He apparently called the president of Frito-Lay to propose his new flavour and was given two weeks to prepare a presentation. The president apparently loved the idea, and the Flamin' Hot variety is now among Frito-Lay's best-selling products worldwide. Montanez is currently an executive at PepsiCo, which owns Frito-Lay.

There is no word as of yet about who will play Montanez in the film or who may direct. A release date is also not available at this time, but we'll be sure to report back with more on all the delectable details as they are announced.

Nintendo Switch Eshop Adds 18 New Games This Week

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 11:15

February has been a busy month for Nintendo Switch, and that only continues this week with the arrival of another new batch of games. This week sees 18 more titles make their way to the Eshop, in addition to a free update for Super Mario Odyssey.

Among this week's releases is Old Man's Journey, a poignant puzzle game first released for PC and mobile devices in 2017. Switch owners can also pick up Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus; the word-based puzzle-platformer Typoman; two more classic Arcade Archives games, Magical Drop III and Heroic Episode; the shoot-'em-up Spacecats with Lasers; the dog-stretching puzzle game Puzzle Puppers; and the horror game Layers of Fear: Legacy.

Old Man's Journey

On top of those titles, three games arrive on the Switch Eshop tomorrow, February 23. Those include the puzzle-platformer Toki Tori 2+; the side-scrolling adventure game/shooter The Final Station; and Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition. Switch owners can also now download a free demo of the Portal-like puzzle game ChromaGun. You can find the full list of this week's new Switch games below.

In addition to the new releases, a big update for Super Mario Odyssey is also now available to download. Along with a handful of new costumes for Mario and filters for Snapshot mode, the update adds the new Luigi's Balloon World minigame that Nintendo revealed during its January Direct presentation. This mode is accessible after players have cleared the main game and lets them hide balloons within levels that other players race to find.

A number of well-received games launched for Switch this past month, including Dragon Quest Builders, Bayonetta, and Bayonetta 2. Next week, meanwhile, sees the arrival of the co-op heist game Payday 2 and the Portal/Bridge Constructor crossover title, Bridge Constructor Portal.

This Week's New Nintendo Switch Releases

February 20

  • Old Man's Journey
  • Pool
  • Puzzle Puppers

February 21

  • Layers of Fear: Legacy

February 22

  • ACA Neo Geo: Magical Drop III
  • Ace of Seafood
  • Arcade Archives: Heroic Episode
  • Dragon Sinker
  • Hollow
  • Membrane
  • Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus
  • Radiation Island
  • Spacecats with Lasers
  • Superola and the Lost Burgers
  • Typoman

February 23

  • The Final Station
  • Toki Tori 2+
  • Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition

Trump Raises Issue Of Video Game And Movie Violence, Suggests Ratings Board Is Needed

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 11:12

In the wake of the recent shooting in Parkland, Florida, President Trump hosted a meeting at the White House to discuss the subject of school safety. Among the subjects to come up was that of video games and movies, and the level of violence they contain--something he claimed is influencing the minds of minors. Trump even went so far as to suggest a ratings system could be necessary, despite the fact that such a thing already exists for both games and movies.

During the chat, Trump raised the issue of monitoring the sorts of things that young people look at online. From there, he moved on to the entertainment they consume, saying, "We have to do something about maybe what they're seeing and how they're seeing it. And also video games--I'm hearing more and more people say the level of violence in video games is really shaping young people's thoughts."

This isn't the first time he's pointed a finger at violent video games. Following the shooting at Sandy Hook in 2012, he tweeted, "Video game violence & glorification must be stopped--it is creating monsters!" Matt Bevin, the Republican governor of Kentucky, also pointed to video games in the wake of Parkland just recently.

Jump back to today, and Trump extended the blame to movies: "And then you go the further step and that's the movies. You see these movies, they're so violent, and yet a kid is able to see the movie if sex isn't involved. But killing is involved and maybe they have to put a ratings system for that. You get into a whole very complicated, very big deal, but the fact is that you are having movies come out that are so violent with the killing and everything else that maybe that's another thing we're gonna have to discuss. And a lot of people are saying you have these movies today where you can go and have a child see a movie and yet it's so violent and so disgusting, so we may have to talk."

It's unclear if Trump believes this ratings system is necessary for both movies and video games, or whether his suggestion is meant to replace or bolster those existing systems operated by the MPAA and ESRB. He also didn't explain whether such a system would be operated by the government. Both the MPAA and ESRB are self-regulatory groups operated by their respective industries and were founded to avoid having the government control the ratings process.

There have been calls from legislators over the years to impose various restrictions on, for instance, the sale of violent video games to minors. In a landmark case back in 2011, the Supreme Court sided with the gaming industry in the case of Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association, striking down a bill that would have fined retailers for each violent game sold to minors.

We've contacted the ESRB's parent organization, the ESA, for comment about Trump's statements and will report back with anything it has to say.

Free Final Fantasy 15 PC Demo Coming Soon, Here's When And What It Includes

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 10:36

Square Enix's big role-playing game Final Fantasy XV is coming to PC on March 6, but you won't have to wait that long to check out the newest edition of the title. A free demo for Final Fantasy XV will launch on PC through Steam, Origin, and the Microsoft Store on February 26. The demo spans the full first chapter, including the tutorial and multiple quests.

In a blog post, Square Enix said the demo is also a way for players to find out how well the game runs on their rig and test out the game's various graphics options. Square Enix announced Final Fantasy XV's PC requirements back in January--see them here. Square Enix already released a benchmark tool to help you evaluate your PC's ability to run the game.

In other news, people who buy Final Fantasy XV for PC on Steam by the end of April will receive the Half-Life Pack. This comes with a Gordon Freeman costume, including his famous crowbar, which you can use as a weapon in the RPG.

March 6 is a big day for Final Fantasy XV, as it's also the date that the game's Royal Edition comes to PS4 and Xbox One. As announced previously, this comes with the base game, the four major DLC packs from the season pass, and new DLC launching with the PC edition.

Final Fantasy XV was originally released in November 2016 for PS4 and Xbox One. It was a commercial and critical success, but despite that, game director Hajime Tabata has told fans not to expect a full sequel starring Noctis and his friends again.

Play Call Of Duty: WW2's Multiplayer Free On PC Right Now

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 10:00

Curious about Call of Duty: WWII? Activision is hosting a free trial weekend for the game's multiplayer on PC this weekend. The free play weekend started today and runs through February 25, ending at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET.

Activision explained in a Steam post that all of your progression from the free weekend, including inventory items and unlockables, will carry forward if you purchase the full game. Activision made no mention of any limitations of the free trial like a level cap or restrictions on maps or modes.

Now is a good time to pick up Call of Duty: WWII on PC, as it's marked down to $39 for the standard edition and $75 for the digital deluxe version. The free weekend and sale are only available on PC, not PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.

Call of Duty: WWII was the highest-grossing game in North America in 2017. Its first DLC pack, Resistance, launched on PS4 at the end of January and comes to Xbox One and PC on March 1.

Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield, the founders of developer Sledgehammer Games, recently left the company to take executive-level positions at Activision HQ. Activision has also confirmed that this year's Call of Duty title is being developed by Treyarch, adding further fuel to the rumors that the game will be Black Ops 4.

Everything Leaving Netflix In March: Jaws, Archer, The Killing, And More Movies And TV Shows

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 08:58

As Netflix adds more and more original content every week, the streaming service is also removing a lot of popular titles from its library. March is no different, with dozens of films and TV shows being removed.

Among the most notable departure is the Jaws franchise of films. All four movies will disappear from Netflix on March 1. Likewise, the movies Less Than Zero, Baby's Day Out, and Ferngully: The Last Rainforest will be removed at the beginning of the month. Later in the month, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, The Good Son, and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou will go away, as well.

When it comes to TV, seasons of Archer, The Killing, Life In Pieces, The Carmichael Show, and The Finder will no longer be available to stream. You can take a look at everything leaving Netflix in March below. After that, check out every title the service is adding next month. Arrivals on the service include new seasons of Marvel's Jessica Jones and Santa Clarita Diet. Additionally, you can see what both Hulu and are debuting in March.

Leaving Netflix in March

March 1

  • A Gang Story
  • Anastasia
  • Baby's Day Out
  • Eyewitness
  • FernGully: The Last Rainforest
  • First Response
  • Forget and Forgive
  • Hitch
  • Jaws
  • Jaws 2
  • Jaws 3
  • Jaws: The Revenge
  • Less Than Zero
  • Memento
  • Slums of Beverly Hills
  • The Chase
  • The Craft
  • The Panic in Needle Park
  • Trigger Point
  • Two Wrongs
  • xXx

March 4

  • Chloe
  • Safe Haven

March 6

  • The Finest Hours

March 8

  • Victoria

March 11

  • Believe
  • Glitch

March 12

  • Standby
  • Disney's The Santa Clause
  • Disney's The Santa Clause 2
  • Disney's The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

March 13

  • Breakout Kings: Season 1
  • City of God: 10 Years Later
  • London Has Fallen
  • The Killing: Seasons 1-2

March 14

  • Archer: Seasons 1-7

March 19

  • V/H/S: Viral

March 20

  • Zootopia

March 22

  • Steve Jobs: One Last Thing

March 24

  • Voltron 84: Season 1
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit

March 26

  • The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

March 29

  • The Gates: Season 1

March 30

  • Life in Pieces: Season 1

March 31

  • Awake: Season 1
  • Bordertown: Season 1
  • Breakout Kings: Season 2
  • Brickleberry: Seasons 1-3
  • Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life: Season 1
  • Friends with Benefits: Season 1
  • In Like Flint
  • Lights Out: Season 1
  • Rosewood: Season 1
  • Salem: Seasons 2-3
  • Small Shots: Season 1
  • The Awakening
  • The Carmichael Show: Seasons 1-2
  • The Chicago Code: Season 1
  • The Crazy Ones: Season 1
  • The Finder: Season 1
  • The Good Son
  • Traffic Light: Season 1

Next Free Legendaries For Pokemon Ultra Sun And Moon Revealed

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 08:44

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon players still have a few more days to claim this month's free Legendary Pokemon, Dialga and Palkia, but The Pokemon Company has already shared more details on the next two free monsters. Beginning March 1, players will be able to add another pair of Legendaries originally from Pokemon Diamond and Pearl to their teams: Regigigas and Heatran.

Unlike Dialga and Palkia, which are being given away at GameStop stores, players will receive a download code for Regigigas or Heatran in March's Pokemon Trainer Club newsletter. You'll need to create a Trainer Club account on the Pokemon website and opt-in for the newsletter by March 1 in order to receive a download code. You can create an account for free here.

You can redeem the download code in any seventh generation Pokemon title--Ultra Sun, Ultra Moon, Sun, or Moon--but the Pokemon you receive will depend on which version you're playing: Sun and Ultra Sun players will get Regigigas, while those with Moon or Ultra Moon will receive Heatran. The Pokemon also come with different movesets depending on your version. You can see what moves the Legendaries will know in each game below.

Pokemon Ultra Sun

Regigigas -- Level 100

  • Crush Grip
  • Drain Punch
  • Zen Headbutt
  • Heavy Slam

Pokemon Sun

Regigigas -- Level 60

  • Zen Headbutt
  • Revenge
  • Dizzy Punch
  • Confuse Ray

Pokemon Ultra Moon

Heatran -- Level 100

  • Magma Storm
  • Heat Wave
  • Earth Power
  • Flash Cannon

Pokemon Moon

Heatran -- Level 60

  • Crunch
  • Scary Face
  • Lava Plume
  • Fire Spin

To download your Legendary Pokemon, choose Mystery Gift from the main menu and select the option to receive your gift via a code/password. Input the download code you received from the newsletter, and you'll be able to claim the Pokemon from the deliveryman waiting inside any Pokemon Center. You'll need at least one free slot in your party in order to pick up the Pokemon.

The Pokemon Company is giving away a different Legendary for free each month in 2018 as part of its Year of Legendary Pokemon celebration. The first free pair, Dialga and Palkia, will be available until February 28. You can see all of the other free Pokemon available for Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon right now in our roundup.

Joss Whedon Leaves Batgirl Movie For A Very Good Reason

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 07:48

If you were one of those excited to see what Joss Whedon's Batgirl movie was going to be like, this is going to be difficult news to hear. The director of Marvel's Avengers who also stepped in to finish Justice League is leaving the project.

The news comes from The Hollywood Reporter, which says Whedon is stepping down as both writer and director of the project. In a statement, he says, "Batgirl is such an exciting project, and Warners/DC such collaborative and supportive partners, that it took me months to realize I really didn't have a story. I'm grateful to Geoff and Toby and everyone who was so welcoming when I arrived, and so understanding when I... uh, is there a sexier word for 'failed'?"

It was March 2017 when it was first revealed Whedon would make the Batgirl movie. At the time no further information was revealed, including when fans would actually see the movie. Now, a year after first becoming attached to the project, a source tells THR that the creator of Buffy, The Vampire Slayer and Firefly simply could not figure out how to properly approach a Batgirl story.

What this means for the future of the Batgirl movie remains to be seen, but Whedon opting to walk away from the project is not a bad thing. If he was unable to conceive of a story worthy of the character, it's best to leave it to someone who can.

In the meantime, there will be no shortage of DC Comics movies heading to theaters. Aquaman arrives on December 21. After that, Shazam, Wonder Woman 2, and a Cyborg standalone movie are among the announced titles still to come.

Call Of Duty: WW2's The Resistance DLC Releases For Xbox One / PC Next Week

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 07:28

Thanks to its exclusivity period with Sony, Call of Duty: WWII's first expansion, The Resistance, has been available on PS4 since the end of January, but Xbox One and PC players will soon finally have a chance to pick it up as well. Activision has announced the DLC map pack will arrive for the latter two platforms next week.

The expansion introduces three new multiplayer maps to the WWII shooter: Valkyrie, Anthropoid, and Occupation, all of which Sledgehammer says revolve around the theme of resistance. The DLC pack also adds a new War mode map called Operation Intercept, which has players attempting to rescue French resistance fighters and escaping the war zone safely.

In addition to the new maps, The Resistance expansion comes with a new chapter in the Nazi Zombies mode called The Darkest Shore. This chapter is set on a "secluded" island and introduces new weapons, smarter types of zombies to battle, and a fog environmental effect that makes it much more difficult to spot approaching enemies.

The Resistance launches for Xbox One and PC on March 1, a month after it debuted on PS4. The expansion is included in Call of Duty: WWII's season pass, which runs for $50 / £40 / AU $65. Players also have the option to purchase it separately for $15 / £11.59 / AU $20.45.

Call of Duty: WWII was the highest-grossing game in North America in 2017, followed by another Activision-published shooter, Destiny 2. Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield, the founders of Call of Duty: WWII developer Sledgehammer Games, recently left the company to take executive-level positions at Activision HQ. Activision has also confirmed that this year's Call of Duty title is being developed by Treyarch, adding further fuel to the rumors that the game will be Black Ops 4.

McDonald's Rick And Morty Sauce Is Back And This Time It Has A Podcast--No, Seriously

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 07:18

It's like Serial but for McDonald's promotional failures. The hamburger chain is bringing its infamous Szechuan sauce--made popular by an episode of Rick and Morty--back for one day only. This time, however, the fast food giant is hoping the release won't go as badly as last time.

"Szechuan sauce returns 2/26! 20 MILLION CUPS spread across all US McD's," McDonald's announced in a tweet. The company has also released a three-episode podcast titled The Sauce, which goes inside the botched previous release of the sauce that left Rick and Morty fans angry. The podcast, which is a co-production of Onion Labs and Studio@Gizmodo, can be downloaded here.

Szechuan Sauce returns 2/26! 20 MILLION CUPS spread across all US McD’s while supplies last (w/ qual. purch.)!

It’s FINALLY here. We messed up last fall, but the Szechuan saga has to be heard to be believed. Hear the true story in a new series: The Sauce. https://t.co/Gcrq5kM71E

— McDonald's (@McDonalds) February 22, 2018

So now the Adult Swim series has not only brought back a dipping sauce from the dead, it's led to a podcast about said sauce. That's pretty impressive for a sauce initially created to promote the 1998 movie Mulan that literally everyone except for the team at Rick and Morty forgot existed.

While you wait for the next release of the prized sauce on February 26, take a look at GameSpot's taste test from last October. The consensus is that the sauce isn't all that great, which makes the mania surrounding it even more entertaining.

New On Netflix In March: Jessica Jones Season 2, Santa Clarita Diet, And More Movies And TV Shows

Fri, 02/23/2018 - 06:12

The real March madness is how much binging you'll be doing with everything new coming to Netflix. The streaming service is going all out with its March additions, including a ton of new originals, along with more movies, TV shows, and specials.

While there are over 50 originals being added to the streamer in March, there are two you need to pay very special attention to. Firstly, the new season of Marvel's Jessica Jones. Krysten Ritter is back as the whiskey-drinking hero, along with co-stars Rachael Taylor (Trish) and Carrie-Anne Moss (Jeri Hogarth). Notably, David Tennant will also reprise his role as the evil Killgrave in a guest appearance. The new season of Jessica Jones arrives on March 8--International Women's Day.

The other major original to keep an eye out for is the return of Santa Clarita Diet--the horror comedy zombie series starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant. The first photos from the new season were released recently, showing new characters moving into the neighborhood and more undead insanity. New episodes of Santa Clarita Diet arrive on March 23.

As for movies, the Cruel Intentions trilogy--yes, it's actually a trilogy--will begin streaming in March. Other new titles include Adventureland, Jackass: Number Two, Wet Hot American Summer, and Let Me In.

It's not all good news, though. With the arrivals come the departures. March will see all four Jaws films leave Netflix, as well as three seasons of Brickleberry and the Santa Clause trilogy.

Take a look at everything coming and going on Netflix in March below--and what you might have missed in February. After that, check out what the new month will bring to Hulu and Amazon Prime Video.

Arriving on Netflix in March

March 1

  • 300
  • 21 Thunder: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • 2307: Winter's Dream
  • Adel Karam: Live from Beirut (Netflix Original)
  • Adventureland
  • Algo Muy Gordo
  • Alpha and Omega
  • Battle Drone
  • Beerfest
  • Casino
  • Cruel Intentions
  • Cruel Intentions 2
  • Cruel Intentions 3
  • Deathgrip
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall
  • Ghostbusters
  • Ghostbusters 2
  • Gridiron Gang
  • Guess Who
  • Hostage
  • I Am Number Four
  • I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
  • Jackass: Number Two
  • Land Gold Women
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Eighteenth Year
  • Martian Child
  • Moon
  • People Like Us
  • Revolutionary Road
  • Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild
  • The Brothers Grimm
  • The Bucket List
  • The Descent
  • The Descent: Part 2
  • The Experiment
  • The Fifth Estate
  • The Gift
  • The Lazarus Project
  • True to the Game
  • Untraceable
  • Up in the Air
  • Wet Hot American Summer
  • Women at War 1939-1945

March 2

  • B: The Beginning: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Flint Town: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Girls Incarcerated: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Les Affamés (Netflix Original)
  • Malena Pichot: Estupidez compleja (Netflix Original)
  • Natalia Valdebenito: El Especial (Netflix Original)
  • Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 5 (Netflix Original)

March 4

  • The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (Netflix Original)

March 5

  • F The Prom
  • The World's Most Extraordinary Homes: Season 1 (Netflix Original)

March 6

  • Benji
  • Borderliner: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • For the Love of Benji
  • Gad Elmaleh: American Dream (Netflix Original)

March 7

  • Aftershock

March 8

  • Bad Guys: Vile City: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Ladies First (Netflix Original)
  • Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 2 (Netflix Original)

March 9

  • A.I.C.O. Incarnation: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Collateral: Limited Series (Netflix Original)
  • Love: Season 3 (Netflix Original)
  • My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Malala Yousafzai (Netflix Original)
  • Nailed It: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • The Outsider (Netflix Original)
  • Trolls: The Beat Goes On!: Season 2 (Netflix Original)

March 10

  • Septiembre, un Llanto en Silencio

March 12

  • Kygo: Live at the Hollywood Bowl
  • Troy: The Odyssey

March 13

  • Children of the Whales: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Ricky Gervais: Humanity (Netflix Original)
  • Stretch Armstrong: The Breakout (Netflix Original)
  • Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part 1 (Netflix Original)

March 15

  • Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie
  • Power Rangers Ninja Steel: Season 1
  • Tabula Rasa: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • The Hollywood Masters: Season 2

March 16

  • Benji (Netflix Original)
  • Edha: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • On My Block: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Spirit Riding Free: Season 4 (Netflix Original)
  • Take Your Pills (Netflix Original)
  • The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter (Netflix Original)
  • Wild Wild Country: Season 1 (Netflix Original)

March 19

  • In Search of Fellini

March 20

  • 100 Years: One Woman's Fight for Justice
  • The Standups: Season 2 (Netflix Original)

March 21

  • Conor McGregor: Notorious

March 23

  • Alexa & Katie: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Dinotrux Supercharged: Season 2 (Netflix Original)
  • Game Over, Man! (Netflix Original)
  • Layla M. (Netflix Original)
  • Requiem: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Roxanne Roxanne (Netflix Original)
  • Santa Clarita Diet: Season 2 (Netflix Original)
  • SWORDGAI The Animation: Part 1 (Netflix Original)
  • The Mechanism: Season 1 (Netflix Original)

March 24

  • Red Trees

March 27

  • Men on a Mission: 2018

March 28

  • 50 First Dates
  • Little Women
  • Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown
  • The Art of War

March 30

  • A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 2 (Netflix Original)
  • First Match (Netflix Original)
  • Happy Anniversary (Netflix Original)
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Season 2 Part 1
  • Rapture: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Reboot: The Guardian Code: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
  • Sofía Niño de Rivera: Selección natural (Netflix Original)
  • The Titan (Netflix Original)
  • Trailer Park Boys: Season 12 (Netflix Original)
  • Trump: An American Dream: Season 1 (Netflix Original)

March 31

  • Let Me In

Leaving Netflix in March

March 1

  • A Gang Story
  • Anastasia
  • Baby's Day Out
  • Eyewitness
  • FernGully: The Last Rainforest
  • First Response
  • Forget and Forgive
  • Hitch
  • Jaws
  • Jaws 2
  • Jaws 3
  • Jaws: The Revenge
  • Less Than Zero
  • Memento
  • Slums of Beverly Hills
  • The Chase
  • The Craft
  • The Panic in Needle Park
  • Trigger Point
  • Two Wrongs
  • xXx

March 4

  • Chloe
  • Safe Haven

March 6

  • The Finest Hours

March 8

  • Victoria

March 11

  • Believe
  • Glitch

March 12

  • Standby
  • Disney's The Santa Clause
  • Disney's The Santa Clause 2
  • Disney's The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

March 13

  • Breakout Kings: Season 1
  • City of God: 10 Years Later
  • London Has Fallen
  • The Killing: Seasons 1-2

March 14

  • Archer: Seasons 1-7

March 19

  • V/H/S: Viral

March 20

  • Zootopia

March 22

  • Steve Jobs: One Last Thing

March 24

  • Voltron 84: Season 1
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit

March 26

  • The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

March 29

  • The Gates: Season 1

March 30

  • Life in Pieces: Season 1

March 31

  • Awake: Season 1
  • Bordertown: Season 1
  • Breakout Kings: Season 2
  • Brickleberry: Seasons 1-3
  • Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life: Season 1
  • Friends with Benefits: Season 1
  • In Like Flint
  • Lights Out: Season 1
  • Rosewood: Season 1
  • Salem: Seasons 2-3
  • Small Shots: Season 1
  • The Awakening
  • The Carmichael Show: Seasons 1-2
  • The Chicago Code: Season 1
  • The Crazy Ones: Season 1
  • The Finder: Season 1
  • The Good Son
  • Traffic Light: Season 1

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