Your Weekly MJHS Briefing
The Golden Bear Gazette hopes you are having a great Thursday and have had a wonderful week so far!
Here are this week's 2 biggest stories to keep you in the know:
-Spider-Man: No Way Home Rumors
-Top Christmas Gifts and Traditions 2021
Will we see all 3 Spider-Men in the new Spider-man: No Way Home movie?
It has long been rumored that Andrew Garfield and Toby Maguire will appear in the new Spiderman: No Way Home movie alongside Tom Holland. While Marvel has held off confirming this rumor to be true, many leaks and confirmations are making Marvel fans believe that the rumors are in fact true.
Assuming these rumors are true, it will be the first time in history that multiple live-action Spider-Men have appeared on screen together. All three are very different interpretations of Spider-Man from Tom Holland's in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and this has caused much speculating among fans.
Early rumors have alleged to the fact that both Garfield and Maguire's Spider-Man will arrive in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by a botched spell that will also bring back the infamous villains Doc Ock and Green Goblin.
One of the most popular rumors is that it will be Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man who saves Zendaya's MJ from the deadly fall seen in the most recent trailer. If true, it will give Garfield's Spider-Man a chance to save No Way Home's MJ in a way he failed to save Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
All three Spider-Men are portrayed differently. Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland's Spider-Man are both similar in powers. They are both incredibly strong and agile. They also both created web-shooters with their own intellect.
With Garfield's Spider-Man series cut short by Sony, the character has many unresolved emotional baggage. The character feels responsible for both the deaths of Gwen Stacy and her father while they were attempting to help him. Fans hope that Garfield's rumored appearance in No Way Home will give his character some catharsis and resolution.
Spider-Man No Way Home comes out TOMORROW so make sure to get your tickets and find out if the rumors are true!
Most popular Christmas gifts and traditions 2021
A new study was recently released detailing the most common gifts and holiday traditions. The presents range from homemade to store-bought. 61% of people say they have a traditional holiday gift they give every year. Another 64% say they have a traditional gift they receive every year. Most of these gifts are practical with the top gift being sweets and candy with 47%.
Other recurring gifts include:
Something homemade (44%)
A gift card/money (46%)
Makeup products (37%)
Self-care items (33%)
A toothbrush (32%)
Skin products (31%)
When it comes to gift gifting, most Americans follow similar present-opening traditions. 86% of Americans say holiday traditions are important to them.
The popular gifting traditions include:
Opening one present on Christmas Eve (45%)
Allowing one person to distribute gifts from the Christmas tree (45%)
Opening presents at midnight on Christmas (44%)
A white elephant/Secret Santa exchange (40%)
Gifts for the pets (36%)
The specific order of opening presents (35%)
Of course, new Apple Iphone 13's and 12's are guaranteed to make an appearance on Christmas morning in some households. Some Kay engagement rings and jewelry will make the holidays more special for couples. Nintendo Switch's and Animal Crossing will be popular with teens but all that matters is that people take the time to get their loved one a present. Unless, of course, all you want for Christmas is your two front teeth!
In other news...
Girls basketball and boys basketball faced off against Galiton this Tuesday and lost
Quote of the week:
Nobody else is paying as much attention to your failures as you are...
To everyone else, it's just a blip on the radar screen, so just move on.
Have a wonderful Thursday and a BEARY Merry Christmas!
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-The Golden Bear Gazette Team