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Ousted Spider-Man director talks of unfair malignment.
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And Bill Clinton shows up.
"If we thought it would take this long, there is not a chance we'd have done it."
"We don't disagree with the New York 'Times.'"
"We joke it’s like the projects."
“Julie and Bono and Edge will be in the theater next week and for all of the preview performances leading up to the opening night working on the show."
The Edge: "If he produces any [of the bad photos he has of us], he's a dead man."
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And more celebrity marginalia, in our daily gossip roundup.
In a night of somber performances, Timberlake's risky choice stood out.
The influential Los Angeles 'Times' columnist Steve Lopez is taking the U2 guitarist to task in an op-ed piece today.
"A video game that takes all that energy, sucks your individual creativity into this video space, and makes it a competition, I think is kind of sad."
Maybe a chain.
'Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark' is set to debut on Broadway on February 18, 2010.