His private equity firm holds a 2.3 percent stake.
Don't worry, Hannity, mistaking Bono impersonators for the real thing happens more than you might think.
Plan X! Drunk Bono! And more.
Ousted Spider-Man director talks of unfair malignment.
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And Bill Clinton shows up.
"If we thought it would take this long, there is not a chance we'd have done it."
"We don't disagree with the New York 'Times.'"
"A catalog of commonplace problems ..."
And a March 15 opening is now "unlikely."
Seems a bit late, no?
“Julie and Bono and Edge will be in the theater next week and for all of the preview performances leading up to the opening night working on the show."
Berlusconi was intimidated, at least.
It will now open sometime in February.
The theater's G.M. is asking Broadway producers if they have any musicals that might be a "future fit" for the theater.
But what did go wrong?
The Edge: "If he produces any [of the bad photos he has of us], he's a dead man."
They'll all be working with U2 on new music!
Remember "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me"?
Or at least, "club-sounding" music.
Dying to hear "Discothèque" live?
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences extended invitations today to 135 top actors, filmmakers, and studio execs. Plus Bono and Tobin Bell.
"Once his condition has been assessed further, a statement will be made regarding the impact on forthcoming tour dates."