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Spider-Man musical sets records

The stage version of Spider-Man is looking as if it may be the most expensive musical of all time. This summer’s staged reading could cost almost $30 million to bring to Broadway. U2’s Bono and The Edge are writing the score, while Tony Award-winner Julie Taymor will direct.... full story

Crystal to get Mark Twain prize

Billy Crystal has been chosen as the 10th recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, given annually by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Crystal has hosted the Academy Awards ceremony eight times, has won a Tony for his one-man Broadway show.... full story

American Idol fave Constantine Maroulis to star on soap

Constantine Maroulis, the long-haired rocker who finished sixth during the fourth season of American Idol, will play a music producer on The Bold and the Beautiful. He’ll make his debut on May 15th. CBS says Constantine will appear on the show for several months and during that... full story

Maguire open to more Spider-Man films

Tobey Maguire, who previously said that he wasn’t interested in continuing on as Spider-Man, has changed his tune. He told Meredith Vieira on Monday’s Today Show, “It all depends on if there’s a great story for me, Peter Parker. We want to make it more exciting, more... full story

Stallone holds grudge against Australian press

Sylvester Stallone banned Australian media from a press conference to launch the DVD release of Rocky Balboa. While on a trip to Australia earlier this year to promote the film, he was charged with importing drugs when 48 vials of an illegal human growth hormone were found... full story

Poston dies at 85

Veteran character actor Tom Poston has died after a brief illness at the age of 85. Best known for his Emmy-nominated role on Newhart (1982 to 1990) starring Bob Newhart, Poston played a variety of roles both on TV and in film during a career that spanned... full story

Sharkwater wins at NY Film Fest

Rob Stewart’s film Sharkwater  took the top prize at the 2007 Gen Art Film Festival held in New York City. Not only did it win the Acura Grand Jury Prize of $10,000, but it took home the coveted Gen Art Film Festival Audience Award. Sharkwater has won... full story

Crowe to star in Robin Hood

Russell Crowe will star in a remake of Robin Hood, but not as the outlaw. He’ll play the Sheriff of Nottingham in the Universal Pictures film Nottingham, which features a love triangle between Robin Hood, Maid Marion and the Sheriff. Production is scheduled to begin next year... full story

Castle-Hughes has baby

New Zealand actress Keisha Castle-Hughes, 17, who rose to stardom in Whale Rider, has given birth to a baby girl. The father is her boyfriend of three years, 19-year-old Bradley Hull. Castle-Hughes recently appeared in The Nativity Story as the Virgin Mary. She’ll next appear as a... full story

Dabbs Greer dies at 90

Dabbs Greer, who played Reverend Alden on the TV series Little House on the Prairie, has died at the age of 90 after a battle with kidney and heart disease. A character actor who often played bad guys, he became familiar to TV viewers during his 10 years on the long running series. Other credits […] full story

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