Netflix: Brie Larson Unicorn Store Trailer Reunites Her With Samuel L Jackson

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Hot off the heels of Captain Marvel, Brie Larson (Kong: Skull Island, Room) is keeping herself busy, what with starring in the forthcoming Avengers: Endgame (2019) and Just Mercy (2020). But beyond just acting, Larson has assumed the director's chair for the first time. Her directorial debut, Unicorn Store, just got a sparkly new trailer, which you can watch above.

The film is headed exclusively to Netflix on April 5 and stars Larson in the main role as Kit, a young woman more intent on chasing dreams than chasing paychecks. The film co-stars Annaleigh Ashford (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Masters of Sex), Joan Cusack (Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, The Perks of Being a Wallflower), Karan Soni (Deadpool, Goosebumps), and Martha MacIsaac (Dead Before Dawn, SuperBad). Notably, the cast also includes Samuel L. Jackson (Glass, The Hitman's Bodyguard), who co-starred alongside Larson in Captain Marvel.

Sekiro Guide: Where To Find Snapseeds To Fight Lady Butterfly

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Sekiro Guide: Where To Find Snapseeds To Fight Lady Butterfly

Even early in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, there are some tough boss battles to deal with, but they can be made a lot easier with the right weapons and items. There are a bunch of early prosthetics you shouldn't miss, like the Flame Vent, which can be a huge help fighting the Chained Ogre. Lady Butterfly, a fast-moving boss who uses illusory apparitions to aid her, is another fighter who's a lot easier if you have the right equipment.

Dealing with Lady Butterfly is a lot easier if you have Snapseeds, a consumable item that breaks the illusion of the boss's apparitions. You'll get one Snapseed from a samurai just outside the room where you fight Lady Butterfly, but it runs out pretty fast. Snapseeds aren't essential to defeating Lady Butterfly, but they make the fight a whole lot easier. The trouble is, Snapseeds are difficult to come by and only located in certain locations, and you can't buy them from merchants.

You can find Snapseeds quickly to fight Lady Butterfly if you know where to look, though. Tracking them down requires you to head back to the Ashina Outskirts and deal with another tough enemy: the White Serpent.

Netflix Releases Trailer For Brie Larson's New Movie, Reuniting With Samuel L Jackson

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Hot off the heels of Captain Marvel, Brie Larson (Kong: Skull Island, Room) is keeping herself busy, what with starring in the forthcoming Avengers: Endgame (2019) and Just Mercy (2020). But beyond just acting, Larson has assumed the director's chair for the first time. Her directorial debut, Unicorn Store, just got a sparkly new trailer, which you can watch above.

The film is headed exclusively to Netflix on April 5 and stars Larson in the main role as Kit, a young woman more intent on chasing dreams than chasing paychecks. The film co-stars Annaleigh Ashford (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Masters of Sex), Joan Cusack (Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, The Perks of Being a Wallflower), Karan Soni (Deadpool, Goosebumps), and Martha MacIsaac (Dead Before Dawn, SuperBad). Notably, the cast also includes Samuel L. Jackson (Glass, The Hitman's Bodyguard), who co-starred alongside Larson in Captain Marvel.

FREE One-of-a-Kind Anthem Javelin Helmet Giveaway

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We teamed up with Anthem (@AnthemGame) to give away a one-of-a-kind Anthem Javelin Helmet! No purchase necessary. Entering into our Twitter giveaway is easy -- just LIKE and REPLY to the tweet below with your ultimate Javelin customization.. One (1) winner chosen. UK only, no purchase necessary, ends March 31, 2019.

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Sekiro Dragonrot Guide: Curing Rot Essence

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The disease appears suddenly, without any warning. Dragonrot is the cost paid for Wolf's immortality. Fortunately for him, it's others who suffer this cursed plague. After resurrecting one too many times in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Wolf will awaken in the Dilapidated Temple beside the coughing Sculptor. You'll be given a warning, in the form of Rot Essence, that he's caught Dragonrot. If you continue to die, he won't be the last.

Understandably, it's a little scary the first time you're told about the disease. Sekiro makes no mention of Dragonrot--or any downside to resurrecting--before this moment, and the game does little to immediately explain exactly what it is or how you can cure it. If you're looking to understand Rot Essence and Dragonrot, you've come to the right place. Below, we discuss exactly what both are, as well as how to cure Dragonrot and why you want to.

Dragonrot has the potential to infect almost every character Wolf meets and interacts with on his journey. Although you don't get a cutscene for anyone but The Sculptor, the game will give you another Rot Essence whenever someone else has caught the plague. You can go and try and talk to them if you want, but the only response you'll get from many of them are violent coughing fits.

Sekiro Chained Ogre Guide: How To Beat The Boss

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Sekiro Chained Ogre Guide: How To Beat The Boss

From Software games don't generally skimp on putting players through their paces even early on, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice doesn't hold back on the difficulty, either. There are several super-tough mid-boss enemies even early on in Ashina Outskirts, the first area through which players venture once they've gained the Shinobi Prosthetic. At multiple points on the road to Gyoubu the Demon, the game's first big boss, you'll face extremely tough enemies who will likely thrash you just as hard. It's especially tough if you haven't found some of the best early game prosthetics.

One of the first major enemies you'll have to take down is the Chained Ogre, a red-eyed monster locked into a wooden pillory. Sekiro is good about giving you hints on how to defeat bosses and mid-bosses like the Ogre if you're eavesdropping and paying attention, but knowing what to do and actually doing it are two different things. Defeating the Ogre is the last major hurdle before you reach Gyoubu, and will earn you Prayer Beads, which can make you stronger for the fight ahead.

The trick to beating the Ogre is being fast on your feet, and being willing to disengage if you need to. You can also get an edge with the right Shinobi Prosthetic, the Flame Vent, but it's pretty easy to miss. Here's everything you need to know about taking down the Ogre and getting ready for your big fight with Gyoubu.