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Bono and The Edge of u2 talk to OTRC.com at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in Palm Springs on Jan. 4, 2014. They received the Sonny Bono Visionary Award for their song, Ordinary Love, which is featured in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
01/24/2014
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U2's Bono, The Edge talk about their song 'Ordinary Love' from 'Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom.' (January 2014)
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01/24/2014
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Bono and The Edge of u2 talk to OTRC.com at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in Palm Springs on Jan. 4, 2014. They received the Sonny Bono Visionary Award for their song, Ordinary Love, which is featured in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. - Provided courtesy of OTRC

Get ready for some new U2 music on Super Bowl Sunday.

The Irish rock group's new song "Invisible" is set to debut on Feb. 2 in a commercial that will air during the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII. The ad shows U2 performing the track and is part of a music video directed by Mark Romanek. The track will also be made available that day to download for free on iTunes for 24 hours, U2 announced in a statement posted on the band's website on Thursday.

11/30/2012
Britney Spears appears in a photo posted on her official Facebook page on July 18, 2012. - Provided courtesy of Facebook.com/britneyspears

Britney Spears, Dr. Dre and Taylor Swift are among the pack in Forbes' list of the 25 Highest-Paid Musicians of 2012.

Spears, 30, earned $58 million from May 2011 to May 2012, nabbing the seventh place spot on the esteemed list. The performer returned to the ranks of music's elite earners thanks to her fragrance line with Elizabeth Arden, her latest album Femme Fatale and her current judging gig on the hit singing competition "The X Factor."

11/30/2012
Britney Spears appears in a photo posted on her official Facebook page on July 18, 2012. - Provided courtesy of Facebook.com/britneyspears

Britney Spears and Taylor Swift made Forbes' 2012 list of Highest-Paid Musicians. Find out who else made the cut and how much they are earning.

05/18/2011
Lady Gaga in a promotional photo from her official website. - Provided courtesy of Photo courtesy of ladygaga.com See which celebrities were named Forbes Celebrity 100 most powerful list, including Lady Gaga and Oprah Winfrey.
03/22/2011
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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.

03/02/2011
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A promotional photo for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark the musical. - Provided courtesy of Jacob Cohl / facebook.com/TurnOffTheDark

Julie Taymor, director and co-writer of the musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," recently addressed the recent problems that have plagued the production, the most expensive in Broadway history.

"Anyone who creates knows - when it's not quite there," the New York Times quoted Taymor as telling about 1,000 people at the TED2011 conference in New York. "Where it hasn't quite become the phoenix or the burnt char. And I am right there.'"

01/01/2011
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A scene from Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, the Broadway musical. - Provided courtesy of Jacob Cohl, SpiderManOnBroadway.Marvel.com

Christopher Tierney, a stunt actor who fell 30 feet while playing Spider-Man on Broadway, is scheduled to go home within days, reports the Associated Press.

Tierney, who serves as a stunt double for the show's main star Reeve Carney, suffered a skull fracture and cracked vertebrae in a 10 foot fall on Dec. 20 during a performance of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." He underwent back surgery.

01/01/2011
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A scene from Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, the Broadway musical. - Provided courtesy of Jacob Cohl, SpiderManOnBroadway.Marvel.com

Despite several injuries suffered by actors on stage, "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" musical is moving ahead with production and has cast 'Across the Universe' star T.V. Carpio in the lead of the villainess Arachne, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

12/30/2010
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A scene from Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, the Broadway musical. - Provided courtesy of Jacob Cohl, SpiderManOnBroadway.Marvel.com

Natalie Mendoza has left the musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" after suffering a concussion last month during its first preview performance, which marked one of several accidents that has plagued the production, the most expensive in Broadway history.

Reports had surfaced in recent days that said the 30-year-old actress, who played the villainess Arachne, would quit the show. She suffered her concussion after being struck in the head by a rope holding a piece of equipment.

12/29/2010
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A scene from Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, the Broadway musical. - Provided courtesy of Jacob Cohl, SpiderManOnBroadway.Marvel.com

Natalie Mendoza is reportedly leaving the musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" after suffering a concussion last month during its first preview performance, which marked one of several accidents that has plagued the production, the most expensive in Broadway history.

The 30-year-old actress, who played the villainess Arachne has not commented.

12/21/2010
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A scene from Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, the Broadway musical. - Provided courtesy of Jacob Cohl, SpiderManOnBroadway.Marvel.com

"Spider-Man" the Broadway musical will postpone its Wednesday matinee performance and continue to investigate its safety protocols, officials said after actor Christopher Tierney, the main star's stunt double, was wounded after falling an estimated 10 feet during a stunt.

The 31-year-old's accident on Monday marked the fourth injury the show has seen since it opened in previews in late November. The musical, titled "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark", is the most expensive Broadway production with a budget of $65 million. Its score was produced by Bono and the Edge of the rock band U2.

11/29/2010
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Reeve Carney and the Ensemble rehearsing for the new Spider-Man musical in 2010. - Provided courtesy of Jacob Cohl / facebook.com/TurnOffTheDark

The new "Spider-Man" Broadway musical opened on Sunday with a web of technical problems, including a harness malfunction that left lead actor Reeve Carney stuck dangling in the air.

The $65 million production, called "Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark", features a score by Bono and The Edge of the rock group U2. Carney, 27, is the lead singer of the California-based band Carney.

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