The Morning Watch: Analyzing the ‘Stranger Things 4’ Teaser Clues, Making of ‘FallonVision’ Parody & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, take a closer look at the Stranger Things […] The post The Morning Watch: Analyzing the ‘Stranger Things 4’ Teaser Clues, Making of ‘FallonVision’ Parody & More appeared first on /Film.

The Morning Watch: Analyzing the ‘Stranger Things 4’ Teaser Clues, Making of ‘FallonVision’ Parody & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, take a closer look at the Stranger Things 4 teaser trailer with an analysis of some possible clues about the upcoming new episodes. Plus, take a look at how The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon pulled off the WandaVision parody. And finally, find out how to make a tortilla chip sombrero with guacamole dip from Despicable Me.

First up, ScreenCrush takes a closer look at the teaser trailer for Stranger Things 4. Though there’s not much of an indication as to what this season will entail when it comes to the narrative, there might be some hints scattered throughout that provide us with idea of what to expect from the upcoming episodes.

Next up, you might remember that WandaVision inspired Jimmy Fallon to create his own classic TV version of that flashed through different decades of the late night talk show. Now you can find out how they pulled it off with the virtual help of Elizabeth Olsen and a small screw who pulled it all off with minimal resources.

Finally, Binging with Babish reveals how to make a tortilla chip sombrero inspired by the one that Gru depressingly eats by himself in Despicable Me 2. They even make the guacamole dip that makes the sombrero an absolute treasure for your next Cinco de Mayo party. But why wait when you can just have it whenever the hell you want?

The post The Morning Watch: Analyzing the ‘Stranger Things 4’ Teaser Clues, Making of ‘FallonVision’ Parody & More appeared first on /Film.

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All 27 Pokémon In New Pokémon Snap That Only Show Up At Night

New Pokémon Snap allows players to explore certain courses at night. This night-time Pokémon safari includes species only available after dark.

Exploration aboard the NEO-ONE in New Pokémon Snap takes many forms as players explore the Lental region. There are plenty of diverse areas to visit when capturing sequel, including the beautiful Florio Nature Park and the Lental Seafloor. Many of these locations include both a night and day option for exploration. While certain Pokémon species can be spotted doing different things depending on the time of day, there are also Pokémon who will only be available to photograph after the sun goes down.

Currently, there are 214 Pokémon species available in New Pokémon Snap. Players will need to get 4 different photos of each Pokémon species, ranging from a 1-star to a 4-star photo, in order to complete each species' entry. Unlike the original Pokémon Snap, which only included Pokémon from the Kanto region, New Pokémon Snap has opted to bring in species from each of the 8 different regions currently featured in the main Pokémon games.

Related: New Pokémon Snap's Best Photo Feature Is The Music Player

While capturing photos of an adorable Eevee munching on a Fluffruit can be an exciting accomplishment, those who look closely while traveling through an area may catch sight of rare Mythical and Legendary Pokémon included in New Pokémon Snap. Currently, there are 10 of these rare encounters hidden in different areas throughout the Lental region. A few of these Mythical and Legendary Pokémon can only be found at night in the correct locations, and in some cases, aren't available for a photo opportunity until after the main storyline has been completed.

A perk to exploring locations after dark is the use of Illumina Orbs being more apparent. Because of this, having a large selection of Pokémon species to make glow helps boost gameplay. Below is a list of 27 Pokémon species who only appear at night, and where they can be located according to GameRant.

  • Caterpie - Florio Nature Park in the trees.
  • Sandshrew - Sweltering Sands all over the map.
  • Kangaskhan - Sweltering Sands hanging out on the dunes and near the oasis.
  • Vaporeon - Maricopia Reef in the evening. (Unlocked after the main story.)
  • Ledian - Founja Jungle in the trees.
  • Ariados - Founja Jungle near its web.
  • Murkrow - Florio Nature Park all over the map.
  • Delibird - Shiver Snowfields scattered throughout the course.
  • Suicune - Shiver Snowfields at night, requiring a series of tasks to unlock it after beating .
  • Swampert - Founja Jungle is found after reaching level 2. It hangs out in the swamp.
  • Zangoose - Blushing Beach.
  • Seviper - Blushing Beach.
  • Clamperl - It can only be found on the Blushing Beach and the Maricopia Reef in the evenings unless visiting the Lental Seafloor.
  • Torterra - Florio Nature Park throughout the route.
  • Combee - Florio Nature Park in the flower fields.
  • Vespiquen - Florio Nature Park after reaching Level 3 and using an Illumina Orb on a Crystabloom in the flower fields.
  • Drifblim - Can be found on the Blushing Beach and Maricopia Reef.
  • Abomasnow - Shiver Snowfields throughout the map.
  • Manaphy - Maricopia Reef after completing the game.
  • Inkay - Like Clamperl, Inkay can be found on the Blushing Beach and Maricopia Reef in the evenings, and also on the Lental Seafloor.
  • Aurorus - Shiver Snowfields after reaching level 2. One is frozen in the ice of the cave, and the other is at the exit.
  • Sylveon - Florio Nature Park after reaching level 2. It sleeps beside Grookey.
  • Primarina - Maricopia Reef.
  • Morelull - Founja Jungle throughout the map.
  • Sandygast - Blushing Beach.
  • Minior - Sweltering Sands throughout the map.
  • Frosmoth - Shiver Snowfields scattered throughout the map.

While more of these may be added in a future update or even DLC, these are all the known species to appear only at night in in New Pokémon Snap.

Next: Does New Pokémon Snap Have Hidden Shiny Pokémon?

Source: GameRant

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