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A stuntman who fell 30ft (9m) while playing Spider-Man on Broadway is walking again – and his father says his son can't wait to return to the web-slinging role, despite injuries which saw him being treated in an intensive care unit.

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Spider-Man Broadway musical looks like turn off

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Edward Norton is not angry, he keeps saying, which probably doesn't matter quite as much any more as it did a few months ago. Norton has found himself on the other end of constant enquiries as to why he won't be reprising his role as the Incredible Hulk.

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The cash cows that Hollywood keeps on milking

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Two years ago, a young British actor called Andrew Garfield gave an interview to this newspaper in which he was asked about a string of plaudits that had seen him included in Variety's prestigious list of future Hollywood stars. "Well, whatever," he replied. "I'm only 24, so who knows...I resent it when someone tells me 'this is your time'." Today, even Garfield will find it hard to deny that that time is now.

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