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Louis C.K.'s Web Special; 'Spider-Man' Investor Sues

Ck• Comedian Louis C.K. will air a comedy special exclusively on the Internet. People can see it for just $5, which is cheaper than a ticket for any comedy movie out right now, and I bet will be funnier.  Read the story at The New York Times.

The Hollywood Reporter reported that a "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" investor is suing the big-budget musical for unpaid fees. Instead of listing everything that has gone wrong with this production, we should start a shorter list of everything that has gone right. Hmmm... no one was hurt on "American Idol" and that's no simple feat.

Deadline discusses Google's TV ambitions and its potential strategy. Here's hoping the company takes a page out of Bush's book.

• Due to a budget shortfall, producers have postponed the Broadway run of "Funny Girl." No joke! I'm sorry, I couldn't resist the pun. Check it out at Back Stage.

Pictured: Louis C.K. (Photo: Getty Images)

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