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Latest Julie Taymor Items
Alicia Keys performed hit songs, covers and collaborated with Usher and will.i.am at her charity's annual event, but the singer also played the role of a charmer.
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.
Now that the worst part of "Spider-Man" is behind her, Julie Taymor says she's proud of what she accomplished with the Broadway musical.
The scene would have been hard to imagine three months ago, when Julie Taymor was pushed aside as director of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," an unprecedentedly expensive production whose well-publicized troubles had already made it the butt of late-night jokes.
The scene would have been hard to imagine three months ago, when Julie Taymor was pushed aside as director of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," an unprecedentedly expensive production whose well-publicized troubles already had made it the butt of late-night jokes.
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.
The reviews are in. So what's next for "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark"?