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  1. Bono on 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark': 'I Promise It's Not Been Canceled'

    7:40 pm 5/26/2011

    The U2 frontman, who composed the music for problem-plagued $70 million Broadway production with the Edge, says the revamped show "will be there by opening night."Read more

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  2. 'Spiderman' Star Who Plummeted 35 Feet to Return to Show

    5:35 am 4/21/2011

    "His back's fine. They've taken the bolts and the nuts out," says producer Michael Cohl.Read more

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  3. Spider-Man on Broadway Ousts Choreographer (Report)

    9:40 am 3/21/2011

    Daniel Ezralow, who designed the show's intricate flying sequences, will be replaced by Chase Brock, whose last Broadway credit was in 2003.Read more

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  4. 'Incredibles' Hits Blu-ray, Sony Sends Film Clips, and Porn Pushes Technology

    8:59 pm 3/10/2011

    Tidbits from the home entertainment front.Read more

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  5. Third 'Spider-Man' Musical Headed to New York

    10:47 pm 2/24/2011

    "Spidermann," which takes shots at "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," is set to open two days before the Broadway musical.Read more

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  6. Spider-Man on Broadway Hosting Audience Focus Groups Before Official Opening

    11:39 am 2/11/2011

    Participants are promised a "Spider-Man goodie bag worth over $60."Read more

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  7. BAFTA Rising Star Andrew Garfield: 'I Hope I Never Blow Up'

    9:04 am 1/11/2011

    “I hope that I have to audition for every single job I want,” he says.Read more

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  8. Andrew Garfield on the Spider-Man Suit: 'I Feel Like a Kid in My Pajamas'

    4:13 pm 12/23/2010

    Andrew Garfield, still riding high from Oscar hopeful "The Social Network," recently spoke to The Guardian during a break in filming on the upcoming Spider-Man reboot, in which Emma Stone co-stars.Read more

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  9. 'Spider-Man' on Broadway to Resume Performances on Thursday - With New Safety Measures

    4:52 am 12/23/2010

    Despite four injuries and multiple canceled shows, Patrick Page, who plays the Green Goblin, says he feels "very safe."Read more

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  10. Broadway Actors Blast Julie Taymor for Spider-Man Safety Issues

    5:12 am 12/22/2010

    "Does someone have to die?" writes Tony-winning actress Alice Ripley on Twitter. Read more

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