Spy spoof 'Austin Powers' could be bound for Broadway

Bond Style - 13-12-11
Reports indicate that Mike Myers will be overseeing a stage adaptation of the '60s spy-fi spoof "Austin Powers".

According to NY Post, Myers will not be reprising his role as the quick and dirty Austin Powers.

“Mike is in talks to turn ‘Austin Powers’ into a musical stage show. Mike would be heavily involved in writing the show, but he will not star in it, even though he has quite a good singing voice,” a source reportedly told the paper.

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