Top 3 Things You Missed in Season 7 Episode 3 of Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 3
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You didn’t think taking the Iron Throne would be easy, did you? We’re almost half way through Season 7 of Game of Thrones and things are getting hot!

Welcome to Watch the Thrones, the weekly show where we take a look at some of the easter eggs, important moments, and theories from the newest episode of Game of Thrones. On this episode, we’ll be taking a look at Season 7, Episode 3: “The Queen’s Justice.”

#3: Sins of the Father

A big theme of this episode, this season, and the show in general, is family legacy, specifically how the actions of Tywin Lannister, Ned Stark, and Aerys “The Mad King” Targaryen have had a lasting impact on their heirs. Heck, in Jon’s case, Ned wasn’t even really his father, and he’s still taking slack for the actions of House Stark.

While Danny and Jon bicker over their fathers’ deeds, evils, and oaths, Cersei too must face the consequences of Tywin’s actions, as the Iron Bank of Braavos has arrived to collect their debts. With the gold mines of Casterly Rock dry of resources, the backing of the Iron Bank is a crucial resource in the fight for the Iron Throne – however, the last time the Iron Bank chose a side in this conflict, they bet on the wrong stag.

#2: Rheagal + Jon = Dragonrider

Last week, we discussed the “Three Headed Dragon” prophecy, and this episode further fueled speculation that the theory would become a reality – I mean, how could it not, with two of the possible three “princes or princesses who were promised” finally getting a chance to share the screen. Danny tells Jon about of the names of her dragons, Viserion and Rhaegal, named after her brothers.

While we all saw Viserys earn his crown of gold, Rhaegar Targaryen died years before the start of the series at the hands of Robert Baratheon at the Battle of the Trident. What neither Danny nor Jon realize, is that Rhaegar is actually Jon’s father – which would make Jon Daenerys’ nephew. If Jon is in fact one of the prophesied dragon riders, it seems fitting that he would ride the dragon named after his father. So if Drogon and Rhaegal are taken, then who’s going to ride Viserion? Will it be Tyrion? Or Bran, who might not be able to literally ride the beast, but could control it via his warging abilities?

#1: R.I.P. Queen of Thorns

Olenna Tyrell died the way she lived: throwing a wrench in the plans of Cersei Lannister. With her last words to Jaime, The Queen of Thorns revealed that she was the one behind Joffrey’s assassination at the Purple Wedding. Before that, though, she and Jaime had an interesting chat about the new Queen of the Seven Kingdoms and her questionable morals.

Will Jaime heed Olenna’s wisdom and finally see his sister as the power-hungry, sadistic manipulator that she is, or will her words echo in his head as Cersei finally turns of him? We’ve talked at length about the not-so-subtle hints that point to Jaime strangling Cersei to death, and if not, then Cersei will probably end up killing Jaime. It’s fitting that Olenna would quote the words of “The Rains of Castamere,” as her death signifies yet another noble family being completely dismantled at the hands of the Lannisters – seems like the next house to be wiped out by the Lannisters might, in fact, be the Lannisters themselves.

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Top 10 Anticipated Releases of August 2017

Anticipated releases of August include The Defenders

It’s too hot to go outside, but don’t worry, there’s plenty to do indoors this month. So stick around as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Anticipated Releases of August 2017.

For this list, we’re taking a look at new releases in the realms of movies, music, and video games, as well as premieres of new TV series and new seasons of ongoing series.

#10: “Uncharted: The Lost Legacy”

Release Date: August 22, 2017 [U.S.]

“Uncharted” is back with Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross. Nathan Drake’s story may be over, but we’re still excited to dig some treasure!

#9: “Death Note”

Release Date: August 25, 2017 [U.S.]

Western live-action adaptations of anime are generally not that great, but maybe “Death Note” will finally break the circle.

#8: “Villains” by Queens of the Stone Age

Release Date: August 25, 2017

It’s been just over twenty years since this American rock group formed and they’re still going strong with their seventh studio album, Villains. In a unique marketing strategy, the album was announced through a comedy sketch where the band receives a lie detector test from Liam Lynch. This preview included an excerpt of their song, “Feet Don’t Fail Me,” and the single, “The Way You Used To Do”, was unveiled shortly after. Could this be “the best album ever?” The polygraph suggests so!

#7: “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later”

Release Date: August 4, 2017

Next cult classic in line to get a decade-old sequel is Wet Hot American Summer. What kind of crazy things will happen next?

#6: “Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update”

Release Date: August 10, 2017

Arguably one of the best segments of SNL, the Weekend Update is finally becoming its own thing.

#5: “Sonic Mania”

Release Date: August 15, 2017 [U.S.]

Gotta go fast! Sonic is finally going back to its roots and we literally can’t wait to run at the speed of sound.

#4: “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”

Release Date: August 18, 2017 [U.S.]

Remember “The Bodyguard” with Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston? Well, imagine if Costner was replaced with Ryan Reynolds. Now imagine if Houston was replaced with Samuel L. Jackson.

#3: “Logan Lucky”

Release Date: August 18, 2017 [U.S.]

Director Steven Soderbergh is back with another all-star cast for another heist.

#2: “The Dark Tower”

Release Date: August 4, 2017 [U.S.]

Hollywood has finally managed to adapt Stephen King’s Dark Tower for the silver screen. Is it gonna be good, though? (Probably yes.)

#1: “The Defenders”

Release Date: August 18, 2017

The Avengers of TV shows is finally coming to Netflix.

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Daniel Craig is BACK as James Bond in Next 007 Movie

Daniel Craig is gonna be James Bond once again

Did you hear that the Wonder Woman sequel has landed an official release date? That the Toronto International Film Festival has unveiled their first wave of films? What about Daniel Craig and his James Bond future? No? We’ve got you covered. Welcome to The CineFiles! A weekly show where we zoom in on the most buzz worthy news Hollywood and the indie scene has to offer.

#3: Wonder Woman 2 Reveals Release Date

Warner Bros. is looking to lasso another winner after announcing Wonder Woman 2 will be released December 13, 2019. Director Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot pushed the super heroine to unforeseen heights this year, when the first instalment broke numerous records, including the biggest domestic opening for a female director. The film is also still performing strong at the box office, with The Hollywood Reporter reporting that it is the best holding superhero movie in the last 15 years, passing Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and earning close to $390 million so far.

Strangely enough, Jenkins has yet to be signed on for the sequel, despite the fact that Jenkins has been working on a new script with DC and Warner Bros. executives. Jenkins previously told Entertainment Weekly that the story would remain in the past, but would ditch the World War II storyline in favor of bringing Diana across the pond to America.

#2: Toronto International Film Festival Lineup Revealed

It may only start in September, but the Canadian film festival has already built up anticipation after releasing the first wave of its film slate earlier this week. The Oscar-buzz-generating TIFF will be showing a number of highly anticipated international and world premieres, with Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano’s C’est la vie closing out the festival! Other high profile releases include Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! starring Jennifer Lawrence; Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water; and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, starring Frances McDormand.

TIFF will also see movies like Emma Stone and Steve Carell’s Battle of the Sexes; Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut Lady Bird; and George Clooney’s Suburbicon, starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore and Oscar Isaac as part of its Special Presentation section. With a lineup this strong, TIFF, which runs September 7 to 17, is sure to attract movie lovers from around the world.

#1: Daniel Craig is Back as Bond

In a move that is sure to surprise many cinephiles, Daniel Craig, who once said he would rather “slit his wrists” than reprise the role of James Bond is doing exactly that. The latter of course! According to The New York Times, “two people briefed on the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to avoid conflicts with EON and MGM” have said that the four-time James Bond is set to return as the Scottish super spy, for at least one more film.

The news comes days after production company EON announced the movie’s release date of November 8, 2019. At the time, they did not have any information on who would direct or star, cementing many movie goers opinions that Craig wouldn’t be returning. Reports are already swirling that Blade Runner 2049’s Denis Villeneuve and 71’s Yann Demange are the frontrunners to helm the next instalment.

Make sure to check back next week for more Hollywood news on the CineFiles!

Top 10 Horror Movie Character Types Who Always Get Killed

Top 10 Types of Horror Movie Victims

For this list, we rank the most popular character archetypes found within the horror movie genre! Which one are you?

#10 – The Non-Believers

These are the characters that simply refuse to acknowledge any of the creepy, suspicious, or downright terrifying things that happen to be going on around them in the film. If you don’t believe in ghosts, demons, chainsaw murderers etc, this is you, and you are the worst.

#9 – The Redneck

Are you missing some, or all of your teeth? Do you find it impossible to compromise or collaborate with others in even the direst of situations? Then you just might be The Redneck in a horror film.

#8 – The Fat One

Okay, we know it may not be PC to use this term, but political correctness was never exactly the calling card of slasher movies in the 1980s. This was where the character archetype of “The Fat One” was often found, usually as the butt of a joke or some sort of comic relief.

#7 – The Love Interest / The Best Friend

The Love Interest or Best Friend usually dies as a result of some courageous and heroic final stand, so that the hero can attain the upper hand over the killer. If you’re a true friend- or you’re just dying to get out of the friend-zone (pun intended) This may be you!

#6 – The Stoner

Many of us might be able to identify with The Stoner. After all, isn’t there a small part of us that would just want to say, “screw it! I’m getting as high as possible before I have to deal with this maniac stalking me.”

#5 – The Authority Figure

The Authority Figure does all they can to impede the progress of the heroes. They too are the worst.

#4 – The Jock / The Jerk

This character type is usually attached to one of the film’s main characters as some sort of dysfunctional love interest, but it rarely lasts because The Jock or Jerk is such an insufferable character – they typically kill em’ off quickly.

#3 – The Promiscuous Girl

It might be unfair to label this as one gender over another, because, let’s face it: sex equals death in many classic horror films. Still, The Promiscuous Girl serves a twofold purpose: not only is she there to die after her prerequisite sex scene, but she’s also there to provide the slasher expected amount of nudity.

#2 – The Black Guy

This one’s simultaneously something of a misnomer, while at the same time remaining a statistic to this day. Minorities in the genre suffered for decades as victims, with very few making it out alive to the end credits. They may not always die FIRST, but for The Black Guy, death is almost certain in the world of old school horror.

#1 – The Final Girl

The Final Girl is one of the most defining tropes of classic horror. The term is used to represent the pure, virginal, or otherwise wholesome main character that faces off with the killer in a climactic battle.

Do you agree with our list? Which one of these are you?

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Top 5 Things to Expect in Thor: Ragnarok

Incredible Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok

Ready for some hot god on god action? Because ish about to get real up in Asgard as the release date of Thor: Ragnarok comes closer every day.

#5 – It’s the end of the universe!

Ragnarök (what a shame Marvel dropped that umlaut; everything’s bëtter with an umlaut) is the ancient Norse prophecy of apocalypse.  The Germans had a word for it, too (no surprise there): Götterdämmerung. (Yay, umlauts!)

Basically, Valhalla, the home of the gods Odin and company, would get trashed, burned and drowned. Just like Spring Break. And in this flick, that might just happen at the hands of:

#4 – Hela, the Goddess of Death

Hela, Goddess of Death. Now, there’s a badass moniker. She’s played by Cate Blanchett, with more antlers than Ted Nugent’s trophy wall. Can’t get any further from Galadriel than this role. Can she annihilate Asgard and its glorious gods, much like evil Anakin mowing down young Jedi? Where the Hela is Thor?

#3 – All pawns in the Grandmaster’s game

Well, our titular hero is not exactly at liberty to rush in and save the day. He’s being held, hammer-less, in Sakaar, a nasty little planet far away, by a nasty big Grandmaster, played by the majestically nefarious Jeff Goldblum (sans the blue skin his character boasts in the comics). A little Bowie, a little Brooklyn hipster, a little fabulous . . . a potent mix.  He and his Asgardian traitor (?) Valkyrie are pitting prisoner Thor against a powerful rival in a gladiatorial battle for their evil enjoyment. That rival?

#2 – The Incredible Hulk!

Yep. The Hulk and Thor are forced to hug fight it out, mano a mano (goddo a monstero?) But don’t fret, our heroes soon embark on a buddy flick journey (with Mark Ruffalo playing both the Hulk and his more placid alter ego, Bruce Banner) to get back to Asgard for some As-kicking. But they’ll need help. And that comes from a most unlikely source.

#1 – Redemption, at last?

That’s right, it’s time for Loki to redeem his sorry self and help save all things Norse.  And this is no time for a “low key” effort, amirite??

Let’s get it on!

Dunkirk’s Christopher Nolan SLAMS Netflix

Christopher Nolan doesn't like Netflix.

Did you hear that James Franco’s Tommy Wiseau failed miserably in the first trailer for The Disaster Artist? That Guillermo Del Toro has given us a first look at his newest fairytale flick, The Shape of Water? What about filmmaker Christopher Nolan taking some big swings at Netflix? No? We’ve got you covered. Welcome to The CineFiles! A weekly show where we zoom in on the biggest news Hollywood and the indie scene has to offer.

#3: James Franco’s The Disaster Artist Drops First Teaser

Audiences finally got their first look at James Franco’s much buzzed-about film, The Disaster Artist, centering on the ridiculous making-of of one of The Room – one of the worst movies ever made.. The teaser-trailer has Seth Rogen directing James Franco’s Tommy Wiseau in the infamous rooftop scene. The original scene itself is extremely awkward with wooden acting, and the trailer goes behind-the-scenes to see why exactly that was.

Franco’s Wiseau repeatedly forgets his ridiculously simple lines: “I did not hit her. It’s not true. It’s bullshit. I did not hit her. I did not. Oh, hi, Mark.” That leaves the cast bewildered with the actor’s inability to nail the scene. The trailer showcases several cringe-inducing, yet hilarious takes in which Wiseau fails miserably, culminating with the miraculous “perfect” take. Ironically, the film was a critical darling at South by Southwest, earning a standing ovation. The film goes wide December 1, 2017.

#2: First Trailer to Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water Released

This one looks like vintage Del Toro. Fox Searchlight dropped the first trailer to Guillermo Del Toro’s newest film, The Shape of Water, which sees a mute janitor befriend an aquatic creature in a secret government lab. The trailer shows off the film’s style, which is reminiscent of Del Toro’s earlier masterpiece, Pan’s Labyrinth. From the wardrobe, to the decor, to the human-like creature that reminds of Pale Man, the film seems to be somewhat of a callback to the movie that put Del Toro on the map for many moviegoers.

The mute woman, who feels lonely and isolated due to her impairment, stumbles upon the aquatic creature experiment, and builds a relationship with the misunderstood creature. However, a mad scientist played by Michael Shannon views the creature simply as an experiment. The Shape of Water looks to be a classic fairytale in the making, possessing all the pieces needed to create yet another Del Toro classic.

#1: Christopher Nolan Slams Netflix’s Movie Model

One of the most powerful filmmakers in Hollywood just took a huge shot at the giant of streaming services. Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan didn’t mince words when talking to indiewire about Netflix, saying that he would never work with their “mindless” movie sector because of their “bizarre aversion to supporting theatrical films.” Nolan kept the jabs coming, calling their theatrical model “pointless”, accusing them of using their sizable investments in filmmakers like Noah Baumbach and Bong Joon Ho to hold leverage against theatres in order to shut them down.

Nolan is referring to how Netflix refuses to release their films theatrically prior to their air date on the site. He isn’t against all streaming platforms, however, as the director also voiced his support of Amazon, who send their originals to the big screen for 90 days before moving them to their site. After all, Nolan does know film, so maybe he’s onto something, as his $1.8 billion in ticket sales has him at number 8 on the all-time total gross list for directors.

Make sure to check back next week for more Hollywood news on the CineFiles!

Top 3 Things You Missed in Season 7 Episode 2 of Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2 Watch The Thrones
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It was a dark and stormy night in Westeros yesterday; but we get the feeling that it was but a small taste of things to come in Season 7 of Game of Thrones!

Welcome back to Watch the Thrones, the weekly show where we take a look at some of the Easter eggs, important moments, and theories from the newest episode of Game of Thrones. On this episode, we’ll be taking a look at Season 7, Episode 2, “Stormborn.”

Seriously, go watch the episode before reading any further.

#3: Sansa Stark, The Queen in the North

There must always be a Stark in Winterfell. With Jon heading South to meet with Tyrion and Daenerys in Dragonstone, Sansa has now joined the new wave of female rulers of the Seven Kingdoms. With Lady Olenna in control of The Reach, Ellaria in Dorne, Dany in Dragonstone, and of course, Cersei on the Iron Throne, this is an unprecedented amount of women in positions of power by Westerosi standards.

That being said, Bran is now South of the Wall, and as the oldest male heir of Ned Stark, is the person with the strongest claim on the Lordship of Winterfell and the North. How much longer will Sansa hold this seat? And what’s Littlefinger’s plan now that his love controls the largest province of Westeros? All we know is, unlike Dany, he’s perfectly happy being the king of the ashes, so expect him to stir the pot, despite Jon’s warning.

#2: The Gift

After last weeks premiere, there was much speculation as to what Euron’s gift to Cersei would be. Some suggested it would be Tyrion; others guessed it would be the Dragonbinder, a horn that Euron has in his possession in the books that supposedly allows him to take control of dragons. As it turns out, Euron planned on capturing Ellaria Sand, the woman responsible for the death of Cersei’s only daughter, Myrcella.

We can expect Queen Cersei to take fitting revenge on Ellaria by killing her daughter – the last surviving Sand Snake, Tyene – who was also taken alive during Euron’s attack. As Cersei proved in the season six finale: nothing gives her more pleasure than treating others the way they’ve treated her, so expect both Ellaria and Tyene to suffer, most likely at the hands of The Mountain. What Euron has planned for his niece Yara is anyone’s guess, but we’re pretty sure it won’t be pretty.

#1: The Three-Headed Dragon

Melisandre loves her prophecies. This episode featured Missandei sounding like she’s been reading some “Song of Ice and Fire” discussion boards, as she correctly pointed out that the whole “prince” part of the prophecy of “the prince that was promised” might not be so strict. Melisandre notes that the prophecy could apply to both to Dany and Jon, but this revelation also hints at the theory of the Three Headed Dragon.

Fans have speculated that each of Dany’s dragons will eventually have their own rider. Daenerys has already ridden Drogon, and it seems like Jon, who we learned is really a Targaryen, will eventually join her in the skies, but who could the third rider be? Some have suggested Tyrion is actually a Targaryen, given the ambiguous last words of his father. Obviously, the dragons feel a degree of comfort around him, as Tyrion was able to interact and even touch them and leave with his life: not something many non-Targaryens could say. Will Tyrion get his childhood wish of having his own dragon? Only time will tell.

Check back next week for more Watch the Thrones!

And watch last week’s episode here!

5 Facts You Need To Know About The OJ Simpson Parole Hearing

OJ Simpson at the parole hearing

O.J Simpson is back in the news! What decade is it again? How did we ever live without him?

The 70-year-old prisoner at Lovelock Correctional Facility in Nevada, applied for early parole. He has now served 9 years of his 33-year sentence for a 2007 kidnapping and armed robbery (no, not all that other stuff back in the ’90s. He was acquitted of all that.)

Here’s 5 things you should know about the OJ Simpson parole hearing

#5 – He is actually a model prisoner, despite what you’ve heard

Although authorities describe him a model prisoner, O.J. was accused of getting his hand in the proverbial cookie jar recently, which could have impacted his bid for freedom.  And yes, we’re talking about openly masturbating in his cell.

But thankfully, it turned out just to be an unfounded and debunked rumor.

#4 –O.J.’s future was decided by a panel of Nevada parole board commissioners. No Judge Ito or Kardashians here.

#3 – O.J. represented himself at the parole hearing

O.J. spoke and answered questions on his own behalf, via video-conferencing, for over 30 minutes, making his case for early release. He didn’t shrink from the occasion, taking a nearly-combative tone as he confidently and aggressively touted his good nature and his relative lack of responsibility for the crime of which he was convicted.

#2 – Even Bruce Fromong supported O.J.’s parole claim

2) O.J.’s testimony, and that of his allies and friends, was persuasive. Particularly effective was the support of  Bruce Fromong, the memorabilia dealer O.J. robbed, alongside some gun-toting accomplices..  The parole board decided, in a unanimous 4-0 decision, to recommend O.J. be released on parole as soon as October.

#1 – Despite this, he’s not yet completely free

1) This doesn’t, of course, mean that O.J. is a totally free man. He will still have to report to his parole officer on a regular basis, follow strict behavioural guidelines, and is technically under state supervision. He also will never escape the scrutiny and judgment of many who blame him for the murder of his wife. But it does seem to put an end to his legal troubles, at least for the foreseeable future. Whether the Juice can stay loose is really up to him.

Featured image from ABC News.

RIP Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington

Chester Bennington of Linkin Park

2016 was a legendarily bad year for beloved musical artists dying, from Prince to Bowie to Leonard Cohen . . . and so many more. We had such high hopes that 2017 would be a bounceback year, a respite from having to mourn our heroes, idols and inspirations. Sadly, it hasn’t turned out that way.  The suicide of Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell sent shockwaves around the world. The ultra-talented frontman meant so much to so many, and it’s still hard to absorb his death. The fact that it was at his own hand only heightened the tragedy, pain and heartbreak.Now, another giant has left us: Cornell’s close friend, Chester Bennington of nu-metal gods Linkin Park.

Bennington has, reportedly, hanged himself in Los Angeles, in a terrible echo of his friend’s death. Bennington famously struggled with addiction and substance abuse for many years, but that, of course, doesn’t make this any less of a shock and horror. He also spoke movingly of his sexual abuse at the hands of an older male friend when he was young, which haunted him throughout his life. Fans around the world are trying to process their grief at this stunning news.

Linkin Park put out their debut album, Hybrid Theory, in 2000. It instantly blew up,  eventually reaching number 2 on the Billboard charts. But it was their full-length follow-up, Meteora, which cemented their status as one of the biggest bands in the world. It has sold a truly staggering 27 million copies globally: heights rarely scaled by any act, particularly in the modern download and streaming era. Bennington and his bandmates put out many more successful albums (and toured relentlessly) over the next decade-and-a-half, and released their latest album, One More Light, just a few months ago.

In honor of this influential and respected artist, we remember him with this tribute to his music, which will never die.


Telltale Games reveals new seasons of The Wolf Among Us, Walking Dead, and Batman

Telltale Games season 2 of The Wolf Among Us

Telltale Games fans rejoice! Three of the best games the studio has ever produced are getting new seasons in the upcoming months.

The first series to get a new season is going to be Batman, whose latest episode was released in December 2016. The second season is set to be released on August 8 and will be a five-part series. In the studio’s own words, here’s what players can expect:

In this latest chapter, both Bruce Wayne and Batman will be forced into precarious new roles. The Riddler has returned to terrorize Gotham City, but his gruesome puzzles merely foreshadow an even greater crisis. With the arrival of a ruthless federal agent and the return of a still nascent Joker, Batman must navigate uneasy alliances while Bruce Wayne undertakes a perilous series of deceptions. Which of Batman’s new allies will you choose to trust? And how deep into the darkness will you let Bruce descend?

Expected to debut sometime in 2018 is the fourth – and sadly the last – season of the Walking Dead, which has been one of the best games that Telltale has released. According to Telltale, while season 3 somewhat deviated from the main storyline and introduced a new character, the fourth season will return the focus to Clementine. We don’t know what exactly is going to happen to her, but we’re pretty sure it’s going to be dark, bloody, yet entertaining.

Last but definitely not least, fan-favorite The Wolf Among Us will also be getting its long-awaited second season. For context, fans have been waiting for a sequel to this game since 2014. But in case you haven’t heard of it before, The Wolf Among Us is Telltale’s adaptation of the comic Fablespublished by DC Comic’s Vertigo. According to Telltale, the new season will be “a standalone product separate from season one,” with a “fresh” story, but everybody’s favorite big-bad-wolf Bigby Wolf and Snow White will be returning.

What do you think about these news? Are you excited for more Telltale Games?