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
It's been almost two years since the troubled Spider-Man musical, 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
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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. Like those other atrocities, the disastrous Broadway m
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.The incredibly sad yet compellingly hilari
This Wednesday marks a full three weeks without reports of anyone being cut, scraped, bruised, broken or otherwise maimed on the set of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the injury-prone Broadway musical based on the Marvel Comics superhero. In honor of the occasion
Performer Christopher Tierney has finally given his first interview about the terrible accident that put a temporary stop to Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and sent him to the hospital with four broken ribs, three fractured vertebrae, a fractured scapula, a fractured elbow, and a fracture to the back of his skull. He told New York's CBS-2 that despite the "little bit of human error" on the part of a crew member(s) that resulted in his pote
Christopher Tierney's prognosis is good, but the Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark stunt-double's condition is nevertheless considered "serious" as he remains in New York City's Bellevue Hospital with broken ribs following a malfunctioned fall from 20-30 feet into the orchestra