The Punisher Season 2 Release Date Confirmed In Intense New Trailer

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Netflix has confirmed the released date for The Punisher Season 2. Following last week's leak, the streaming giant has confirmed that the Marvel show will return on January 18 and revealed the date announcement in a new teaser.

The teaser doesn't feature any footage from the new season, but instead teases the upcoming confrontation between Frank Castle and Billy Russo--better known as the Punisher's classic nemesis Jigsaw. Actors Jon Bernthal and Ben Barnes provide an intense voiceover that suggest that this will be a fight to the death--check it out below.

While there is much anticipation for The Punisher Season 2, the future of the show is unclear. In recent months, three of Netflix's roster of Marvel shows have been cancelled. While the axing of Iron Fist and Luke Cage weren't necessarily surprising, the cancelation of Daredevil within a few weeks of the acclaimed Season 3 hitting the service suggested that Netflix is looking to drop all of its Marvel shows.

Fortnite Tower Location Guide: Water, Ranger, Air Traffic Control Towers (Season 7, Week 5)

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Fortnite Tower Location Guide: Water, Ranger, Air Traffic Control Towers (Season 7, Week 5)

Fortnite's Season 7, Week 5 is in full swing and among them there are a couple of tricky challenges. Both of these are exclusive to those that have paid for a Battle Pass, with the first tasking players with searching a specific location for a Battle Star (we've got a guide for that), while the second is a multi-stage quest that involves dancing on towers.

The quest begins by asking players to dance on a Water Tower. Once the first part of the challenge is complete, it'll be updated and direct players to dance on top of a Ranger Tower, and then on top of an Air Traffic Control Tower. So, three in total, and although they're pretty easy to spot, you'll need to be in their general vicinity first.

To make things easier for you, we've put together a map of where you can find each of the towers, as well as listed the locations below. All you've got to do is either land or build up to the top of the towers and then bust a move.

Fortnite Tower Locations: Where Water, Ranger, Air Traffic Control Towers Are -- Week 5 Guide (Season 7)

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Fortnite Tower Locations: Where Water, Ranger, Air Traffic Control Towers Are -- Week 5 Guide (Season 7)

Fortnite's Season 7, Week 5 is in full swing, and among them there are a couple of tricky challenges. Both of these are exclusive to those that have paid for a Battle Pass, with the first tasking players with searching a specific location for a Battle Star (we've got a guide for that), while the second is a multi-stage quest that involves dancing on towers.

The quest begins by asking players to dance on a Water Tower. Once the first part of the challenge is complete, it'll be updated and direct players to dance on top of a Ranger Tower, and then on top of an Air Traffic Control Tower. So, three in total, and although they're pretty easy to spot, you'll need to be in their general vicinity first.

To make things easier for you, we've put together a map of where you can find each of the towers, as well as listed their locations below. All you've got to do is either land on or build up to the top of the towers and then bust a move.

Bruce Campbell To Reboot Ripley's Believe It Or Not

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Cult movie star and character actor Bruce Campbell is rebooting the TV series Ripley's Believe It Or Not for The Travel Channel. The channel has ordered 10 episodes, one hour each, that will be hosted by Campbell. He's also serving as executive producer.

The new episodes will be shot on location at the Ripley Warehouse in Florida and will tell "astonishing, real, and one-of-a-kind stories" from around the globe. It's set to premiere in Summer 2019. The launch this year makes it mark the 100-year anniversary of the Ripley's Believe It Or Not brand.

This will be the fifth series in all. The first aired on NBC in 1949 and was hosted by Robert L. Ripley, the namesake of the show. It has since been revived or rebooted by several networks over the years, with hosts like Jack Palance and Dean Cain. It even had an animated series.

Fortnite Guide: Search Between Giant Rock Man, Crowned Tomato Encircled Tree Location

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We're in the fifth week of Fortnite Season 7 and that means there's new challenges to be completed. At this point, the challenges aren't exactly a huge surprise, but that doesn't mean they're all super easy to complete. One of the challenges available to those that have a paid Battle Pass, for example, is a bit of a treasure hunt. We've done the leg work and have the exact location of that Battle Star, so you won't have to spend too much time looking.

The challenge in question says "search between a giant rock man, a crowned tomato, and an encircled tree," and if you know your way around the map you'll know that means you need to head south-east of Tomato Temple, just south of the bridge. Now that you have that specific location, the easiest way to do it is to just start a new match, hop out of the Battle Bus at the right time, and plummet down to the island.

Of course, you'll need to be careful about other players hanging around in the area, as they will want to take you out to complete challenges or work their way to that precious Victory Royale. When you land, make a beeline for the Battle Star and you should be fine.

Fortnite Challenge: Where To Search Between Giant Rock Man, Crowned Tomato, And Encircled Tree Location (Season 7, Week

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Fortnite Challenge: Where To Search Between Giant Rock Man, Crowned Tomato, And Encircled Tree Location (Season 7, Week

We're in Week 5 of Fortnite Season 7, and that means there's new challenges to be completed. At this point, the challenges aren't exactly a huge surprise, but that doesn't mean they're all super easy to complete. One of the challenges available to those that have a paid Battle Pass, for example, is a bit of a treasure hunt. We've done the leg work and have the exact location of that Battle Star, so you won't have to spend too much time looking.

The challenge in question says "search between a giant rock man, a crowned tomato, and an encircled tree." If you know your way around the map, you'll know that means you need to head southeast of Tomato Temple, just south of the bridge. Now that you have that specific location, the easiest way to get there is to just start a new match, hop out of the Battle Bus at the right time, and plummet down to the island.

Of course, you'll need to be careful about other players hanging around in the area, as they will want to take you out to complete challenges or work their way to that precious Victory Royale. When you land, make a beeline for the Battle Star and you should be fine, but be prepared to take a few attempts at it if the landing zone is hot.

Bayonetta 3 Pre-Order Guide For Nintendo Switch (US)

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Bayonetta 3 Pre-Order Guide For Nintendo Switch (US)

Here's what we know so far about Bayonetta 3: Platinum Games is developing it, and Nintendo will publish it as a Switch exclusive. When it will arrive is anyone's guess at this point, however. We saw a teaser trailer during the Game Awards 2017, but the upcoming action title was a no-show at E3 2018. So far, we find ourselves with more questions than answers. Despite the lack of information, you can already lock in your Bayonetta 3 pre-order, and even get a nice discount from one retailer.

The teaser trailer is the only actual Bayonetta 3-related document that's available so far, and it doesn't show any gameplay footage, so it offers few hints. But it does feature the leather-clad heroine wielding dual pistols, her weapons of choice in the previous installments.

Speaking of previous installments, if you're looking to brush up on the series before Bayonetta 3 comes out, $50 gets you a physical copy of Bayonetta 2 on Switch, which comes with a digital code for the first game. For those who prefer digital Switch games, you can buy both titles from the Nintendo Eshop for a total of $60.

Fortnite Week 5 Challenge Guide: Search Between Rock Man, Crowned Tomato, Encircled Tree, And More (Season 7)

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Fortnite Week 5 Challenge Guide: Search Between Rock Man, Crowned Tomato, Encircled Tree, And More (Season 7)

Fortnite fans will no doubt want to start 2019 off on the right foot by securing themselves a healthy helping of Battle Stars, and it just so happens that there's another batch of challenges now available for them to complete. We're in Week 5 of Season 7 now, so you should know how this goes, but if you're new to it all here's a quick breakdown.

Challenges come in two varieties, with the first free to everyone that is playing Fortnite's battle royale mode, and the second exclusively available to those that spend the money to get V-Bucks and upgrade to get a premium Battle Pass. By completing challenges you are rewarded with Battle Stars, which in turn upgrade your Battle Pass and make cosmetic unlocks available. If you've got a premium pass, you get the option of doing more challenges and thus can earn more Battle Stars and get new unlocks faster.

In the free category, Week 5's challenges involve dealing damage to an opponent's structures, eliminating an enemy player from a specific distance, and completing a multi-stage challenge that begins with dancing on top of a water tower.

Fortnite Challenge Guide: Giant Rock Man, Dance On Top Of Water Tower, And More (Season 7, Week 5)

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Fortnite Challenge Guide: Giant Rock Man, Dance On Top Of Water Tower, And More (Season 7, Week 5)

Fortnite fans will no doubt want to start 2019 off on the right foot by securing themselves a healthy helping of Battle Stars, and it just so happens that there's another batch of challenges now available for them to complete. We're in Week 5 of Season 7 now, so you should know how this goes, but if you're new to it all here's a quick breakdown.

Challenges come in two varieties, with the first free to everyone playing Fortnite's battle royale mode, and the second available exclusively to those that spend V-Bucks to get a premium Battle Pass. By completing challenges you are rewarded with Battle Stars, which in turn upgrade your Battle Pass and make cosmetic unlocks available. If you've got a premium pass, you get the option of doing more challenges and thus can earn more Battle Stars and get new unlocks faster.

In the free category, Week 5's challenges involve dealing damage to an opponent's structures, eliminating an enemy player from a specific distance, and completing a multi-stage challenge that begins with dancing on top of a water tower.

Week 5 Fortnite Challenge Guide: Giant Rock Man, Water Tower, And More (Season 7)

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Week 5 Fortnite Challenge Guide: Giant Rock Man, Water Tower, And More (Season 7)

Fortnite fans will no doubt want to start 2019 off on the right foot by securing themselves a healthy helping of Battle Stars, and it just so happens that there's another batch of challenges now available for them to complete. We're in Week 5 of Season 7 now, so you should know how this goes, but if you're new to it all here's a quick breakdown.

Challenges come in two varieties, with the first free to everyone playing Fortnite's battle royale mode, and the second available exclusively to those that spend V-Bucks to get a premium Battle Pass. By completing challenges you are rewarded with Battle Stars, which in turn upgrade your Battle Pass and make cosmetic unlocks available. If you've got a premium pass, you get the option of doing more challenges and thus can earn more Battle Stars and get new unlocks faster.

In the free category, Week 5's challenges involve dealing damage to an opponent's structures, eliminating an enemy player from a specific distance, and completing a multi-stage challenge that begins with dancing on top of a water tower.