The '80s-set movie is an autobiographical project for Carney, who last directed the hit Toronto title "Can a Song Save Your Life?"
The Irish rockers wrote a song for "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," and say the South African leader has inspired them since they were teens
On a night of epic self-deprecation from big stars like Meryl, Julia and Sandra, a rock 'n' roller from Dublin stole the show
Rock band will get the festival's Sonny Bono Visionary Award, giving Bono a Bono Award
U2's Bono and Edge have invested in cloud storage start-up Dropbox, per a Dropbox tweet on Monday
Rock gods have the same awkward interactions with the homeless that you do
At the Toronto Film Festival, U2 members analyze the trouble with bands -- turns out it's a male thing
Toronto kicks off festival with its first opening-night documentary
"We used to be famous for being in U2"
Group's decision to use non-guild stage hands causes a local organization to rattle and hum with indignation
Revamped production set to start previews on May 12
Julie Taymor, director of the $65 million Broadway disaster, may be on her way out, the New York Times reports
Despite onstage and backstage problems, "Spider Man: Turn Off the Dark" says media report that another director besides Julie Taymor has been hired are false
The Cannes winner that could fall flat with Oscar voters, and the contender that might also be the year's best movie
Now Wednesday night's performance has been canceled! See why -- plus, a timeline of all the delays, disasters and cast shakeups behind the most expensive...
Can Julie Taymor, Bono, and The Edge pull off a superhero play that sings and swings?
Julie Taymor's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" features music and lyrics by U2's Bono and the Edge
Tony Award-winning actor cites scheduling conflicts with his CBS series "The Good Wife"
Plus, Nicole Kidman, Ricky Gervais, Ben Silverman and lots of opining on Leno-Conan
The Edge gives the inside scoop on the band's song for "Brothers"
More investors sought as production delays mount.
In "It Might Get Loud," Jack White, The Edge and Jimmy Page let us into their very special place.
"Live, lyrics are not that important -- it’s about that intense vibration coming through those speakers. It’s the guitar that puts you in ecstasy."