Well, American musical theater had a good run I think.
Casey Nicholaw, who co-directed The Book of Mormon as well as the stage version of Elf, is in talks to direct the Austin Powers musical being developed by Mike Myers and Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures.
Colin Callender, the former HBO Films president whose run included the acclaimed Band of Brothers and Angels in America, and partner Sonia Friedman are producing the musical, which will be set to the music of Burt Bacharach and Elvis Costello.
Myers will write the story, which will act as a prequel to the movies, though the New York Post reported that he will not star in the production. Sources tell THR that the musical will be set in 1960s London and detail how Powers first acquired his mighty mojo.
Since the release of the new iPhone 4S, people have been getting some lighthearted answers from the new Apple Intelligent Assistant called Siri. Siri is a voice activated feature that you can ask questions to get easy and quick answers. For example you can ask “what is the weather?”, “how do I get home?” or “what time is it?” There are actually a lot more functions like voice texting which really make it really useful. Of course though, what would be something as neat as Siri without having some fun with it.
Football season is upon us with pre-season underway. The NFL is adapting to technology for the 2011 season. Several teams have signed on to use the iPad as their official method for players to view their playbook.