Saturday, 18 February 2012

Producers of Spider-Man reach agreement

 The producers of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark entered into an agreement in legal dispute with an association representing the former musical director, Julie Taymor. Under the agreement, Taymor will receive royalties for all the work he did as a director throughout the time during which the part to be on display. You will also receive undisclosed paychecks for their work in developing the work. The information is from the Reuters news agency.

"The legal dispute between us over and we hope that any problem between the producers and Ms. Taymor with regard to her role as author can be resolved to the satisfaction of everyone involved," he said in a statement Karen Azenberg, president of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a group representing Taymor.

Taymor entered in court last year against the producers of Spider-Man, claiming copyright infringement and they made "unauthorized and illegal" that she developed the material for the musical, adapted from the Marvel Comics hero to the stage. The producers have entered in court with an action in response, last month, accusing Taymor to jeopardize the chances of commercial success of production, which is quite expensive, to "develop a musical dark, disjointed and hallucinogen."

Despite the script eccentric Taymor and horrible reviews from critics, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark has been a great success on Broadway, especially since the musical was reworked with more creative influence of composers Bono and the Edge of U2.

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