Escape Room Home Release Has Plenty Of Deleted Scenes, Watch One Here

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Escape rooms seem to be all the rage, but what if the room you were "trapped" in was more than a typical puzzle box of clues and mysteries? What if it was actively trying to kill you? That's the plot to the Sony Pictures movie Escape Room, which will be available digitally on April 9 and on Blu-ray and DVD on April 23.

Bonus materials will be available with both digital and physical copies of the movie upon release, which include deleted and alternate scenes. One of these deleted scenes is titled "Gaslight," which you can see for yourself above before it's released.

In the scene, the police pull up to the building with Zoey Davis (Taylor Russell). The police get off an elevator and investigate the area where the deadly escape room once was. However, upon entering, Zoey sees that everything that was once in the room was completely stripped away. The escape room is nothing more than concrete walls with graffiti on them, leaving Zoey to defend her own sanity to the officers.

Fortnite Adding Baller Vehicle Soon; Here's What They Look Like

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Fortnite Adding Baller Vehicle Soon; Here's What They Look Like

Fortnite has a new vehicle coming soon, and it looks pretty wild. It's named The Baller, and it looks like the sort of thing a hamster would ride around in.

The vehicle will come to PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile soon, though we don't precisely know when. Other details about The Baller are also scarce at present--we don't know what kind of weaponry it will possess, for example, though it does appear to have a cannon of some description.

Fortnite's Season 8 started just recently, introducing new skins and other cosmetics. A subsequent update has also introduced buried treasure maps.

Fortnite Adding Baller Vehicle Soon; Here's What It Looks Like

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Fortnite Adding Baller Vehicle Soon; Here's What It Looks Like

Fortnite has a new vehicle coming soon, and it looks pretty wild. It's named The Baller, and it looks like the sort of thing a hamster would ride around in.

The vehicle will come to PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile soon, though we don't precisely know when. Other details about The Baller are also scarce at present--we don't know what kind of weaponry it will possess, for example, though it does appear to have a cannon of some description.

Fortnite's Season 8 started just recently, introducing new skins and other cosmetics. A subsequent update has also introduced buried treasure maps.

Fortnite Update Adds Baller Vehicle Soon; Here's What It Looks Like

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Fortnite Update Adds Baller Vehicle Soon; Here's What It Looks Like

A new Fortnite update is set to introduce a new vehicle to the game--and it looks pretty wild. It's named The Baller, and it looks like the sort of thing a hamster would ride around in.

The vehicle will come to PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile "soon," though we don't precisely know when; based on past teases, though, we can likely expect it as part of this week's patch. Details about The Baller are scarce at present--we don't know what kind of weaponry it will possess, for example, though it does appear to have a cannon of some description.

It seems the vehicle itself might be a weapon, based on the short description shared through Fortnite's in-game News feed. It states, "Roll through the competition with the newest vehicle, The Baller!"

Fantastic 4 Director On Claim That All Superhero Movies Are Successful: "Hold My Beer"

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Superhero films are all the rage today, and Captain Marvel is just the latest example of massive commercial success in the genre. But not every superhero film does well.

Seemingly responding to Captain Marvel's massive box office result, Torque director Joseph Kahn said on Twitter, "No superhero movie fails." Then Josh Trank, the director of 2015's Fantastic Four film, chimed in with a fitting response.

"Hold my beer," he said.

HBO Comedy "Crashing" From Pete Holmes And Judd Apatow Has Been Canceled But They Might Make A Movie

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The HBO comedy Crashing from comedian Pete Holmes will not return for a fourth season. Holmes himself announced on Twitter that HBO has canceled the program, which is produced by Judd Apatow, after three seasons.

In the semi-autobiographical comedy, which premiered in February 2017, Holmes plays a fictional version of himself. The show chronicles Holmes' early career as he's trying to make it big as a comedian in New York City. It doesn't go so well at first, both professionally and in his personal life as Holmes, a one-time aspiring pastor, finds his wife with another man. Holmes ends up homeless, and finds himself "crashing" on the couches of his comedian friends. The show features a number of famous comedians besides Holmes such as Bill Burr, Whitney Cummings, Ray Romano, and Sarah Silverman.

Hey everyone, I just wanted to let you know that Crashing has not been picked up for a fourth season. I feel so grateful and so much joy that I got to make this wonderful show with my comedy hero @JuddApatow and the amazing cast, crew and writers. Gratitude and love. Heart emoji!