Warning: Major SPOILERS for Avengers: Infinity War
Winnie the Pooh fans the world over are in a flurry of excitement over the first teaser trailer for Christopher Robin. The film will feature an overworked adult Christopher, surprised when Pooh unexpectedly arrives to whisk him back to the Hundred-Acre Wood.
Fans of The Walking Dead are devastated at the loss of original character, Carl Grimes—the son of the series' hero, Rick Grimes—in the heartbreaking mid-season premiere. While Carl's death is not an event that occurs in the comics—at least not yet—some have noticed that the events surrounding it are very similar to those that led to a recent tragic loss for the comics' incarnation of Rick.
Nearly every 90s kid loved Rugrats, the classic Nicktoon presenting. The show's nine seasons and its trilogy of movies are now fully available on DVD and iTunes, and for US viewers, Rugrats airs regularly on TeenNick's NickSplat programming block, so revisiting the series has never been easier. With plenty of popculture references and slightly naughty jokes, Rugrats remains just as enjoyable as enjoyable to watch as an adult.
As early as its second game, the long running RPG series Final Fantasy has featured Guest characters. These characters, unlike the player's main party members who join them permanently as they make their way through the game, only join the party for a short period of time, usually present to move a certain part of the story forward. If the character takes part in battles, they are often stronger than the player's party. Sometimes, it is the player's job to keep the guest alive until they reach a certain location. Other times, they are there to make a heroic sacrifice that pushes the story forward.