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It's about time!
The company had previously failed to include the lead female character from The Force Awakens in certain toy sets and instead included generic stormtroopers.
Both of their blunders caused fans to take to social media and complain about the missing main character by using the hashtags #WheresRey and #WhereIsRey.
Apparently the toy company has received so much backlash that they decided to do something about it! They're now going to include the fan-favorite character of Rey in an updated version of the game!
A spokesperson for Hasbro released a statement saying:
Since the film was mainly made to attract a new fan base, it introduced several new characters like Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), Finn (John Boyega), Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and Rey (Daisy Ridley).
While all the new characters have been great additions to the franchise, toy companies like Hasbro have already received some flak for not including Rey in most of their merchandise.
We thought they'd learn their mistake the first time around, but apparently Hasbro is at it again and they somehow left out Ridley's character AGAIN… this time in their Star Wars-themed Monopoly game.
According to the the description on the toy company's website, the game only features four player tokens, all of which are male
It's officially the last day of 2015, which means it's time for American Girl to unveil their Girl of the Year for 2016.
So without further ado, we'd like to introduce… Lea Clark!
Lea is a 10-year-old doll who just so happens to be an animal rights activist and an accomplished wildlife photographer who wants to teach girls to save the planet.
But Lea isn't just talk — American Girl has actually set up the Wild at Art campaign through the World Wildlife Fund to encourage young women to use their artistic abilities to help animals and even donated $50,000 in the process!
Get a better look at Lea courtesy of her GMA unveiling (below)!
Just keep swimming!
As we say goodbye to 2015, one of the things we're most excited about is finally getting to catch up with Nemo and friends in Finding Dory!
It's been 13 years since we last saw Ellen DeGeneres make her animated mark as the forgetful Pacific regal blue tang, but luckily Disney and Pixar haven't been stingy when it comes to teasing us about the Finding Nemo sequel.
In fact, they even released new character designs for Ty Burrell and Kaitlin Olson's sea creatures on Wednesday — and they could not be cuter!
The Modern Family star spoke to Entertainment Weekly about his differently-abled beluga whale Bailey, saying:
Miranda Lambert already knew this! LOLz!!!
It was announced on Tuesday that the 39-year-old country crooner has joined the cast of the Angry Birds Movie!
Blake will be portraying a pig from the countryside named Earl and he even gets to sing his own original song in the video game adaptation!
In fact, Blake says his new role reminds him a lot of another famous folksy flick, saying: