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Julie Taymor might have been fired from the "Spider-Man" musical, but she could still walk away with a Tony Award next year for directing the stunt-heavy mega-show.
Broadway's "Spider-Man" musical is about to lose two of its original cast members.
There's about to be some turnover at Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark."
Some $70 million later, after all the tortured, bloated angst, "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" is somewhat redeemed by a little special effect that costs just a few bucks.
Julie Taymor was welcomed back with open arms Tuesday to the musical from which she was fired just three months ago, receiving a standing ovation and kisses from cast members, collaborators Bono and The Edge and the creative team after the curtain fell on opening night.
A slew of acclaimed shows were up for Tony Awards in a remarkably competitive year, but a production that wasn't even eligible still managed to cast a shadow _ well, shall we make that a web? _ over the proceedings.
Despite an unharmonious start that turned the "Spider-Man" musical on Broadway into a late-night talk show joke, a cast album will go on sale June 14.
Three stars from the "Spider-Man" Broadway musical will appear on the "Late Show With David Letterman" next week.
The actor badly hurt when he tumbled from the stage at the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" returned to the theater for the first time since his accident, going backstage to wish the castmembers good luck and then watching Friday's performance from the safety of the orchestra seats.