We already knew the musical Spider-Man: Turn off The Dark is going to be closing on Broadway this January, but its financial difficulties go beyond "middling" ticket sales, as producer Jeremiah J. Harris put it.
In total, the show is on track to lose a staggering $60 million. Investors are reportedly furious.
It's like it's 2011 all over again. Just days after Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark director Philip William McKinley told the LA Times "our safety plans are higher than any other show on Broadway," 23-year-old cast member and dancer Daniel Curry seriously injured his leg during a Thursday night performance when it got pinned under some equipment.
While the production drama associated with the Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark has seemingly passed, it seems that legal battles associated with the Broadway musical haven't been put to rest just yet. Former Turn off the Dark director Julie Taymor's lawsuit against producing company, 8 Legged Productions, now has
If you've been patiently waiting for years to get the inside scoop of what actually happened behind the scenes on troubled superhero musical Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, your wait is almost over. The playwright who worked with Bono and the Edge to write the show has sold a book about his exper
It's been almost two years since the troubled Spider-Manmusical, Turn Off The Dark, opened for previews for the first time, giving audiences a glimpse at a show at once ambitious and (dangerously) ill-considered. It's been just shy of eighteen months since original director Julie Taymor was ousted from the production amid last-minute revisions and rewrites. O
I don't know how crazy you guys got ringing in 2012, but I took it pretty easy on the adult beverages myself (I didn't even have any comic book cocktails). That's why when I awoke on Sunday to confirm Anderson Cooper was kidnapped by the Green Goblin
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