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The $75 million stage production will end its historical run in New York early next year after declining ticket sales during performances in the past few months.
The Wolverine depicter says the crossover story didn't happen because 'the problem was, we couldn't find the suit. The suit was stuck in some thing.'
Actors' Equity has launched an investigation into the accident causing a leg injury to Daniel Curry, who is now 'in a stable condition.'
A currently-unidentified performer in 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' is rushed to Bellevue Hospital with a serious leg injury.
The ousted director and co-author of the Spidey comics-adapted musical reached an undisclosed settlement with the producers on Wednesday, April 10.
While 8 Legged Productions has agreed to pay Taymor's full royalties, a federal copyright infringement lawsuit and a countersuit between the two parties are still ongoing.
The 'Spider-Man' actor has been caught on camera wearing sleek three-piece suit complete with a bowtie and a straw hat while filming a scene on the set of the novel-adapted movie in Sydney.
Meanwhile, writer Brian Michael Bendis said that Donald Glover's plea to play an African-American Spider-Man also played a role in the way Miles Morales looks in the comic.
Christopher Tierney who has been treated at a rehabilitation center after a stage accident will resume rehearsals with other cast on April 25.
U2 stars Bono and The Edge's troubled 'Spider-Man' musical will relaunch in June.
The upcoming Broadway show has been hit with federal violations related to accidents happening to the cast members in 2010.
After leaving the rehabilitation center, Christopher Tierney will continue treatment in New York for his injuries following stage accident.