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  Originally Published on: 8/7/2014

A new female superhero. Keke Palmer makes history, again. And Victoria Beckham gives to charity. These stories in today's Hollywood Minute. Move over Mary Jane, there is a new lady in town. Sony, the studio behind the Spiderman films, says it's working on a project for a female superhero in the Spiderman universe. This comes on the heels of the revamped Wonder Woman, who will be in the Batman versus Superman movie. And the introduction of a female Thor by Marvel Comics last month. The Sony film is expected in 2017. Not quite a super-hero, but 20-year-old Keke Palmer has a few tricks up her sleeve. The actress will be the first African American to play Cinderella on Broadway. This, on top of being the youngest talk show host in TV history. On Monday, she tweeted... "I'm soooo excited to be doing Broadway for the first time, as Cinderella! Dreams do come true!" Also a first, View co-host Sherri Shepherd will play Cinderella's wicked stepmother, making it her Broadway debut. If you loved "Posh" from the Spice Girls, this is for you. Victoria Beckham is selling off over 600 clothing items and will donate the proceeds to charity. Yes, including pieces of her Spice Girls wardrobe. In a statement, the designer said, in part, "I've loved wearing them, however I feel it's someone else's turn to enjoy them." The five-day sales starts August 20. Victoria Beckham teamed with TheOutNet.com for the sale. Proceeds will benefit the charity Mothers-2-Mothers.

   
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