The Cricket's Daily 3: Apologizing for 'Armageddon,' sort of
Here's what's going on today in pop culture:
• Michael Bay apologizes for "Armageddon." Well, it's a start. Now if he'll apologize for the "Transformers" movies. [/Film]
• Producer Mark Burnett is planning to release a three-hour cut of his 10-part TV miniseries "The Bible" in theaters this fall. The truncated version will mostly deal with the New Testament, and Jesus' story. [The Hollywood Reporter]
• Folk legend Richie Havens, who famously was the opening act at Woodstock, has died at the age of 72. [MTV.com]
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