This year’s Arrowverse crossover, “Elseworlds,” wasn’t just a precursor to next year’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” (although that’s definitely a big deal) – it also finally introduced Batwoman and Gotham into the CW’s superhero universe.
And that probably won’t be the last we’ll see of Ruby Rose’s Batwoman, since The CW is currently developing a potential spinoff series for the Dark Knight’s cousin that’s under consideration for next season.
When a movie is practically perfect in every way, the prospect of any sequel — let alone one produced more than 50 years after the original — seems like a recipe for disaster. Luckily, with a dash of mischief, a dollop of whimsy, and, yes, a hearty spoonful of sugar, Mary Poppins Returns manages to feel less like a cynical cash-grab and more like a visit from an old friend — even if the reality of her reappearance doesn’t quite live up to your fuzzy memories of the good ol’ days.
Set 25 years after the events of Mary Poppins, the sequel finds the titular nanny (who has effortlessly transformed into Emily Blunt) dropping back in on the Banks children when they’re all grown up. Feisty Jane (Emily Mortimer) is following in her activist mother’s footsteps as a labor organizer with no time for romance, and nebbish Michael (Ben Whishaw) is reeling from the death of his wife, simultaneously trying to take care of their three children, Annabel (Pixie Davies), John (Nathanael Saleh), and Georgie (Joel Dawson), while struggling to solve a stressful financial situation.
Considering just how massive Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is, it’s not a surprise players already have dozens of burning questions. We’ve compiled the most common inquiries by looking through a combination of searches, comments, and our very own page traffic. Here are the most wanted answers to questions Smash Bros. Ultimate players are asking, complete with explanations and links to detailed guides.
Nintendo has announced the first in-game event for its new Switch fighting game, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The three-day event is scheduled to kick off this Friday, December 14, and will make certain Spirits appear more frequently in the game’s Spirit Board mode.
The event is dubbed “A Spectacle to Behold,” and it focuses on Spirits who are wearing glasses. Throughout the weekend, bespectacled game characters such as Jeff from EarthBound, Brittany from Pikmin 3, and others will be featured on the Spirit Board. You’ll also receive extra Gold if you manage to defeat them.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features more than 1,200 Spirits to unlock, making the upcoming event a good opportunity to add more to your collection. Nintendo says that there will be other new events in the game every week.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate isn’t the only Switch title holding an in-game event soon. The next Splatfest in Splatoon 2 is also set to take place this weekend. That event likewise kicks off on Friday, December 14, at 8 PM PT / 11 PM ET and will run for 24 hours. To celebrate the launch of Ultimate, this Splatfest is themed around Smash Bros.–specifically, it asks players if they’d rather side with Smash’s heroes or villains.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available exclusively for Nintendo Switch. Everyone who purchases the game and registers it on My Nintendo by January 31 will receive Piranha Plant as a free DLC fighter. Nintendo will also release five other DLC characters for the game throughout the year, one of which we recently learned is Joker from Persona 5.