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Fans will have to wait a lot longer to see the third installment of “Legally Blonde.”

“Legally Blonde 3,” originally scheduled for release in theaters this past February, now won’t be out until May 20, 2022 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, reports Variety .

The third installment will again see Reese Witherspoon stepping into the hot-pink heels of everyone’s favorite Gemini vegetarian.

Witherspoon had confirmed the third movie back in 2018 through Twitter.

The screenplay for the threequel is written by Mindy Kaling and by Dan Goor, who also wrote for hit-tv shows “Brooklyn nine-nine” and “Parks and Recreation.”

Witherspoon will be producing the film through her company, Hello Sunshine. No director has been named yet and the plot and additional cast have remained under wraps.

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New Jersey To Limit Outdoor Gatherings To 25 People, Indoor High School, Youth Sports Suspended Until 2021

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — New Jersey is retightening restrictions as coronavirus cases continue to surge across the state. Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday outdoor gatherings will be limited to 25 people beginning Dec. 7.

Just last week, the state cut outdoor gathering limits to a 150-person capacity. The limit was previously 500.

The only exceptions to this mandate are religious or political activities, funerals, memorial services, and wedding ceremonies.

BREAKING: We are RETIGHTENING the limit on outdoor gatherings to 25 individuals – effective 6:00 AM on December 7th.

Only exceptions:
☑️Religious or political activities
☑️Memorial services
☑️Wedding ceremonies

Outdoor dining is UNAFFECTED by this announcement.

— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) November 30, 2020

Outdoor dining at restaurants is not impacted by this order.

Also, all indoor high school and youth sports will be prohibited from Saturday, Dec. 5 through Jan. 2.

“We’re seeing outbreaks related to indoor sports, and this will help slow the spread,” Murphy said.

Collegiate-level and professional sports are the only exceptions.

NEW: All indoor youth and adult sports are being placed on a full pause – effective 6:00 AM on December 5th through January 2nd, 2021.

We’re seeing outbreaks related to indoor sports, and this will help slow the spread.

Only exceptions: collegiate-level and professional teams.

— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) November 30, 2020

New Jersey health officials announced 3,199 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, bringing the statewide total to 337,304.

There were also another 15 coronavirus-related deaths. The death toll now stands at 15,164.

Murphy is urging residents to keep their holiday plans small in an effort to stop the spike in COVID-19 cases.

“As you start to make your holiday plans, please recognize that the gathering limits are back to what they were in May and June – when we all came together and crushed the curve as much as any state in the nation,” Murphy said. “Keep gatherings as small as possible.”


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