Award-winning developer and publisher of digital entertainment Telltale Games, along with Marvel Entertainment, launched episode three of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series. The third of five episodes, 'More Than a Feeling' can now be downloaded for $4.99 USD or equivalent on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One®, the App Store®, Google Play™, Windows PC, and Mac.

After tracing the origin of the Eternity Forge to a mysterious temple, the Guardians encounter an eccentric being who might hold the key to unlocking the relic's true power. But with Gamora and Nebula busy wrestling with the past and Hala still bent on reclaiming the Forge by any means necessary, it falls to Star-Lord to make a crucial decision that could change the fate of the galaxy -- and the Guardians -- forever.

The series is available as a special 'Season Pass Disc' at retailers across North America for an MSRP of $29.99 USD, as well as retailers elsewhere across the globe. The special 'Season Pass Disc' includes episode one 'Tangled Up in Blue,'and grants access to download the subsequent four episodes via online updates as they are released. 

The series features a star-studded cast of voice talent, including Scott Porter (Friday Night Lights, The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series) as Star-Lord, Emily O'Brien (The Young and the Restless, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor) as Gamora, Nolan North (the Uncharted series, Pretty Little Liars) as Rocket, Brandon Paul Eells (Watch Dogs) as Drax, and Adam Harrington (The Wolf Among Us, League of Legends) as Groot.

The third episode from Telltale Games and Marvel Entertainment is out now across all major digital platforms.

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After years of wanting and wishing it looks like MTV is giving us something we've been asking for. The network has announced Total Request Live will be making its return after being off the air for nearly a decade. “Total Request Live,” the show popularly known as "TRL" to its fans, was on the air from '98 to '08. TRL was MTV's prime outlet for music videos. In addition to music videos, TRL featured daily guests. The show was a popular promotion tool used by musicians, and actors, to promote their upcoming projects.

If you grew up in the late-'90s and '00s, then you probably have fond memories of running home from school to catch everything that was happening on TRL. TRL was a unique music show because it didn't cater to a specific genre. While other shows focused exclusively on rock or hip-hop TRL played the 10 most popular music videos of the day. From pop to heavy metal you could watch a Kanye West video and in the next minute you'll see something from 30 Seconds to Mars. 

Keeping with the tradition the show will be filmed from the original Times Square location. Only this time MTV has revamped the studio so its twice the original size. The new TRL, which will premiere on October 2nd. Unfortunately, Carson Daly will not be the host or any of the other original hosts. Instead, there will be five new rotating co-hosts.

The new Hosts sharing the TRL mic include:

Amy Pham, a DJ, Actress and TV host Lawrence K. Jackson Journalist, Actor, Producer and Television/Radio Personality John Whitfield, aka D.C. Young Fly Rapper, Actor and Comedian Erik Zachary On-air host for iHeartMedia’s 103.5 KISS FM in Chicago Tamara Dhia, Writer, Producer, and Host from Complex.

Netflix released the latest installment of the MCU this Friday. The Defenders teaming up Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), and Iron Fist (Finn Jones). The show has been in the works for a long time now and is the culmination of five seasons of shows. The global organization known as the Hand is in the final phase of their plans and the only people who can stop them are the devil of hells kitchen, a Private Investigator, the hero of Harlem, and the Immortal Iron Fist.

  Minor Spoilers Ahead!

The show opens up with Danny on the final leg of his global hunt of the Hand. His journey brings him back to NYC. Luke Cage spent his last few months in prison, and after his release, he heads to Harlem and meets Claire for some coffee. Matt has given up his life as Daredevil and is trying to adjust to a normal life. Jessica is trying to return to her normal life as well, but she always seems to find trouble. In no time these four strangers are thrust upon each other having to defend themselves against the Hand. The Hand is in New York because a mystical substance the leaders of the Hand need to live forever is hidden deep under the city streets. The team is reluctant to join together but soon realize they're the only ones who can defend their city. 

I really enjoyed the Defenders. I'm always a sucker for hero team-ups, so I knew I'd like The Defenders from the start. The fights in the show were great all the members of the team effectively used their skills and abilities to defeat the Hand. I think the show does a good job at playing to the characters strengths and exploring their team dynamic. I loved when the team would break off into pairs, and we got to have Danny and Luke interact with each other while Jessica and Matt got to go on a mini-episode of Law and Order. Danny's really starting to come out of his shell more. I feel like going forward we'll see Danny become the heart of the group.It might sound weird, but I was happy to see Misty lose her arm. With her interaction with Colleen and her losing her arm, I think there is a good chance we'll be seeing the Daughters of the Dragon soon. Speaking of team ups, I really hope to see Luke and Danny team up in Heroes for Hire. The only downside I think the series has come from the Hand I felt like they should have been more of a challenge for the Defenders. I thought Sigourney Weaver was great as the big villain, but she was wasted I hope she will be back. Other than that the series is fantastic you're gonna love it.  

Check Out Marvel's The Defenders Streaming Now on Netflix

With the success of Deadpool talks of a sequel were in the works before the film left theaters. The Deadpool universe is beginning to expand further with the introduction of  Domino (Zazie Beetz). This week we've been treated to the first photos of Beetz portraying Domino.  

Domino is a major character in the Deadpool comics, but not exactly a household name as the other mutants in the Marvel Universe. In short, Domino is the result of a top-secret government breeding program intended to develop the perfect weapon. Domino has the power to alter the probability of events in her favor meaning she can give herself "good luck" and also give her opponents "bad luck." Furthermore, she's a superb markswoman has extensive training in various armed combat techniques and the martial arts, with Olympic-gold level athletic and acrobatic ability. Needless to say, she'll have no trouble keeping up with Deadpool.

Personally, I think Zazie looks amazing as Domino. Many fans have voiced their concerns about her not looking like her comic book counterpart. To me, this seems like a more realistic portrayal of the character. Rarely does an actor actually looks exactly like their comic book counterpart so it would be hypocritical to start calling things out now. Zazie looks great, and I can't wait to see her Ryan Renolds (Deadpool) and Josh Brolin (Cable) in Deadpool 2.   

Deadpool 2 Release Date: June 1st, 2018