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  1. EXCLUSIVE: Spider-Man Gets a Set of Parents and Another Villain

    12:08 pm 12/3/2010

    Campbell Scott will play Peter Parker's dad in the new Columbia movie. Who else is joining the cast?Read more

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  2. 'Spider-Man' Musical Will Need to Make $1 Million a Week to Break Even

    7:00 am 12/1/2010

    Troubled $65 million musical will need sellout runs of two to three years just to break even.Read more

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  3. Theater Indicates Spider-Man on Broadway Could Close Early

    6:31 am 11/30/2010

    Foxwoods' GM reaches out to producers about replacing $65 million Spider-Man, which has been plagued with problems and delays.Read more

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  4. Rep: Despite Spider-Man on Broadway Issues, 'Previews Will Continue as Planned'

    10:59 am 11/29/2010

    Sunday’s show was halted five times as actors dangled from cables and an audience member yelled, 'I feel like a guinea pig!'Read more

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  5. Flying Tricks Go Wrong During 'Spider-Man' on Broadway Preview

    6:33 am 11/29/2010

    The show was halted five times as actors dangled in midair, while one disgruntled audience member catcalled, "I feel like a guinea pig!"Read more

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  6. VIDEO: First Look at $60 Million Broadway Production of 'Spider-Man'

    6:10 am 11/23/2010

    "We can't really tell you what it is," says director Julie Taymor. "It has rock and roll. It has drama. It has circus."Read more

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  7. EXCLUSIVE: Denis Leary to Join Spider-Man Reboot

    4:30 pm 11/17/2010

    Leary is in negotiations to play the father of one of the main characters. Who is it?Read more

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  8. Injuries on Broadway's 'Spider-Man' Musical Bring Safety Issues to Light

    3:18 pm 11/17/2010

    A plague of injuries on Broadway's "Spider-Man" brings safety issues to the forefront.Read more

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  9. PHOTOS: Inside Broadway's $60 Million Production of 'Spider-Man'

    1:13 pm 11/15/2010

    See the first pictures from the set of the daredevil show, in which actor Reeve Carney "can fly through the theater at 40 miles an hour," says director Julie Taymor. Read more

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