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THE ROCK FATHER: The Pop Culture & Lifestyle Magazine for Families that Rock.

It's the premiere destination for the best in entertainment for the ENTIRE family, kids and grownups alike. Featuring the latest news and reviews on Music, Movies, TV, Comics, Books, Toys & Games, and lifestyle coverage including Home & Garden, Automotive, Cool Products and more, THE ROCK FATHER has it all...

Nickelodeon is inspiring kids to embrace the transformative power of play and lead active lifestyles with its annual Worldwide Day of Play (WWDoP) on Saturday, Sept. 29. As part of its ongoing health and wellness initiative, Nickelodeon will use its platforms—Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Nicktoons, TeenNick, and NickMusic— to empower kids and families to get up and play. On the ground, Nick will celebrate with over 4,000 events hosted by local and national partners including: Afterschool Alliance; Boys & Girls Clubs of America; Girl Scouts of the USA; Kiwanis International’s Builders Club and K-Kids; Laureus Sport for Good; National Fitness Foundation; NFL PLAY 60; Playworks; Police Athletic League; Special Olympics International; The Aspen Institute’s Project Play; The Association of Children’s Museums; US Play Coalition and USA BMX. Additionally, the network will launch two new grant programs in partnership with Laureus Sport for Good and National Fitness Foundation in honor of Worldwide Day of Play’s 15th anniversary.

If you count the Deadpool films, 20th Century Fox's X-Men franchise now stands at 11 films with two more on the way (Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants). That said, it seems like the original X-Men Trilogy took place in an entirely different time... and in reality, it's been nearly 20 years since Brian Singer's X-Men hit theaters. Now, the first three films are getting an upgrade, coming home again in 4K Ultra HD as "The X-Men Trilogy Evolution."

Last fall, Bandai America relaunched Tamagotchi, proving once more that the 90s resurgence was picking up steam. Now, a year later, that movement continues and today comes news that Bandai is rolling out another release for Fall 2018. The original Tamagotchi device, which took the world by storm in 1997, returns this fall featuring eight original colors and eight brand new colors. This new release will be rolled out in two generations and will feature the same original programming that consumers came to adore from over two decades ago.

Pokémon fans are going to have a lot to look forward to this holiday season. Releasing November 16 on Nintendo Switch, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!  are the hotly-anticipated next games from the franchise, and this morning The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo announced new details about exclusive Pokémon moves, Secret Techniques, and more in addition to officially revealing details on the new Pokémon: Nintendo Switch Bundle.  Both of the new games are designed for players taking their first steps into the Pokémon video game world as well as for longtime fans that are seeking a new way to play Pokémon. Check out all the info below...

September 1, 1998 marks the 20th Anniversary of the U.S. publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, and to celebrate the milestone anniversary, Scholastic has released a commemorative video that captures the excitement of readers of all ages and the impact of the iconic series by J.K. Rowling. The video will appear on a billboard in Times Square starting today, but you can also check it out below, right here on The Rock Father™ Magazine!

The annual Batman Day may take place on September 15th each year, but on September 19, the City of Walla Walla, Washington will once again honor a man whose portrayal of the Caped Crusader has been loved by generations. The Second Annual Adam West Day will find Walla Walla paying tribute to the life of its favorite son — known the world over as Batman and later the voice of Mayor Adam West on the show The Family Guy — in a way that only West’s hometown can.

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