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Link Ink: ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ Returns, a 3-D Printer gets Kinect-ed and NYC Movies Come Alive


Musicals: Watch out now, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark reopens to previews on May 12. Never has the term "reimagined" been so welcomed by so many.

Digital: Yen Press is bringing Yotsuba&! to its iPad app... ...

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Spider-Man Musical Bloody Enough to Inspire New ‘Law & Order’ Episode


In the criminal justice system, great power comes with great responsibility...

Joining the infamous ranks of the alleged O.J. Simpson murders and the alleged Michael Jackson child molestations and the alleged murder of JonBenet Ramsey by her parents is Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark...

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‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ Producers Silence the Geek Chorus


Finally, some good news for the endlessly plagued Spider-Man musical, Turn Off the Dark. The New York Times reported on Thursday that the show's deeply despised "Geek Chorus" -- a group of nerds who fanfic the ludicrous story as it rolls along -- have been fired...

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Spider-Man Musical Sidelines Another Actor with Neck Injury


Another innocent Broadway actor was seriously injured in a performance of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the New York Times reported. T.V. Carpio will spend the next two weeks recovering from what sources say is a neck injury sustained during a March 16 preview performance of the savagely dangerous musical based on the Marvel Comics superhero...

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Link Ink: ‘X-Men: First Class’ Wreaks ‘Havok,’ Ward Sutton Takes Spidey to ‘Turn Off the Dark’ and ‘The Fantastic Mr. Star Fox’


Movies: Havok (played by Lucas Till) seems more like a Pyro in a new X-Men: First Class image.

Webcomics: Wired UK reveals that Angry Birds co-founder Mikael Hed wrote a webcomic series called August Jessor in a past life -- like, way back in 2007...

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Julie Taymor to Leave ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ Musical


Director Julie Taymor will leave Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, according to New York City's NY1. If that weren't traumatic enough for the hopelessly beleaguered Broadway musical based on the Marvel superhero, sources indicated that the show will now open in June, rather than next Tuesday (which will scuttle the production's chances for a 2011 Tony Award that it probably had little chance of winning anyway)...

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‘Spider-Man’ May ‘Turn Off’ Director Julie Taymor


Following months of comprehensive coverage of every delay, financial setback, woeful critical review and cast-maiming, it is with an overwhelming sense of inevitability that we must inform you that Julie Taymor, the director of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, is presently in discussions with producers that may conclude with her ejection from the endlessly screwed up Broadway musical that still has yet to officially open...

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Link Ink: Diane Lane Cast as Superman’s Movie Mom, Hellfire Clubbing and The Kubert School Turns 35


Movies: Warner Bros. has cast Diane Lane to play Martha Kent in Zack Snyder's upcoming Superman film starring Henry Cavill.

Shows: Giant Robot SF's Game Over 4 gallery opens Friday, March 4 and will run through the 30th...

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Greg Horn to Illustrate for ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ Program


For the past several months the only constant for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark has seemed to be misfortune and/or change, but at least one new element of the $65+ million Broadway show has been locked in...

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Link Ink: Spider-Man Musical Continues to Confound, Convention Kids Go Wild and One Piece on a Train


Musicals: Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark actress T.V. Carpio, who plays Arachne in the show has denied rumors that writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has been brougt on for a rewrite. Anybody else hope she's wrong...

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