Leaked Spider-Man emails: Taymor wanted Bono to work on songs, Bono showed up drunk with models instead

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Julie Taymor's dispute with the producers of Broadway's Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark continues this week with a 46-page complaint filed Friday that's as contentious as it is long.


Spider-Man actor defends Julie Taymor, blames sexism

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Stage actor Harry Lennix has taken to Huffington Post to write a lengthy screed/defense of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark director Julie Taymor, who <a href="" target="_blank">was fired </a>from the production a week before the scheduled opening.


Julie Taymor exits Spider-Man Musical a week before the opening

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Director Julie Taymor has left her $65 million Spider-Man musical just a week before the official opening night, so that's going well.


Glenn Beck loved the Spider-Man musical

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So yesterday, in honor of MLK's birthday, I was sitting in my living room listening to Glenn Beck, plotting revenge against the blacks (I kid, I kid, I heard it on NPR when they were playing it down at the Chai Co-Op), when Beck took up the topic of the Spider-Man musical.


Actor Falls 30 Feet During Spider-Man: Turn Off the DAAAAAAAHH!

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We've been Peter Panning people across the theater stage for like 200 years now, haven't we.


Spider-Man Musical Being Delayed Again While They Rewrite It

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You might be surprised to hear this, but the $65 million Broadway musical about Spider-man with music by U2 is in the news again, and again sounding not altogether un-disastrous.


Another Spider-Man Actress Injured, Producers Hate Conan

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Julie Taymor's Broadway version of Spider-Man with music by U2, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, cost a reported $65 million, which is a lot considering Kick-Ass only cost about half that and probably has way less singing.


Spider-Man Musical Has First Preview Show, is Kind of a Disaster

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Most logical people would probably say to themselves, "a $65-million Broadway musical about Spider-man with songs by U2.


The Spider-Man Musical Looks, uh… Hmm.

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With all the time we spend talking about movies, we often forget about the cinema's gay cousin, the theatah.


Ever wondered what a U2 song about Spider-Man would sound like?

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If you ever wondered what a U2 song about Spider-Man would sound like, wonder no longer, because Reeve Carney, star of the <a href="">Spider-Man musical</a> with music from U2 and the Edge (screw those other guys, they should be thankful they're not homeless), went on Good Morning America this morning to sing "Boy Who Falls from the Sky.

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