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Sony, Marvel Make-Up: Will Produce Spider-Man 3

I am happy to announce that the beef between Sony and Marvel is no more and they're back in business. 

The companies also announced that they will team up to produce the third Spider-Man film. 

They two fell out over the summer after they couldn't come to an agreement on a new financing deal. 

The new deal was signed Thursday night and the next installment in the Spider-Man series should be in theaters July 2021.

 

"World's Oldest Barber" Dies At 108

A New York man billed as the "World's Oldest Barber" has died at the age of 108.

Anthony Mancinelli started cutting hair at age 12 and continued for more than 96 years. According to his son, he "just loved his job."

In 2018, Manicnelli was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest practicing barber on the planet, and was inducted into Ohio's Barber Museum Hall of Fame just one week before his death earlier this month.

“A Quiet Place” Sequel Is Done Filming

John Krasinski and his wife Emily Blunt have announced that filming has wrapped on their sequel to "A Quiet Place." 

He made the announcement on Twitter with a picture featuring him and his wife with the words, "Well, that's a wrap." 

Filming had been going on since July, and in the sequel, the question is are there others going through and surviving the experience that Krasinski and those went through. 

"A Quiet Place 2" hits theaters May 15, 2020. 

“Abominable” Set to Break Records

The Dreamworks picture "Abominable" is in theaters today and it's expected to do very well on its opening weekend. 

As a matter of fact, analysts project that the film could make $17-20 million opening weekend making it the largest opening for an original animated feature in the U.S. this year. 

"Abominable" is a film about a yeti that gets displaced from his home and a group of friends helps him to get back to the Himalayas. 

Billie Eilish Announces ‘Where Do We Go?’ World Tour

Billie Eilish is kicking off her 2020 world tour in March.

The tour is called Where Do We Go? It starts in Florida and goes to more than 20 other venues in North America before going to Latin America and Europe.

She is partnering with a non-profit organization, REVERB for her tour.

Fans will able to bring their re-fillable water bottles to her shows. Water stations will be available at every venue for both concert goers and backstage crew.

Plastic straws will not be permitted. 

A Billie Eilish Eco-Village will be at every show with information and resources about ways to help combat climate change and preserve the Earth.

 

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