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Reeve Carney, who played the title role in the troubled Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," has been cast as Jeff Buckley in a biopic about the rock musician.
Buckley drowned at age 30 in Memphis, Tennessee in 1997. The California native is perhaps best known for his cover of Leonard Cohen's 1984 ballad "Hallelujah."
Spider-Man just got a new alter ego, marking a change Marvel said would make "pop culture history," weeks after Peter Parker was killed off in one of the publisher's imprints.
Miles Morales, a half-black, half-Hispanic teenager from New York, assumes the title and job of the web-slinging, crime-fighting superhero in the publisher's comic book "Ultimate Fallout" No. 4, which was released on Wednesday, August 3.
Rhys Ifans was reportedly cited by San Diego police on Friday for an incident involving a female security guard at Comic-Con, before the actor was set to appear at a panel for the upcoming film "The Amazing Spider-Man."
According to The Wrap, the actor was cited for misdemeanor battery for allegedly shoving a female security guard. Ifans was upset that a member of his entourage could not enter the hall because of a lack of proper credentials, the reports states.
Yet another actor has been injured on the Broadway stage of the troubled production "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark."
T.V. Carpio, who starred in the film "Across the Universe" in 2007, was hurt last week during an onstage battle scene, Producers of the $65 million musical told The Associated Press on Tuesday.