Adele(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images) Javier Muñoz Star Files View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Adele Wants to Star on BroadwayThis is music to our ears…Adele would love to be on the Great White Way! According to Vanity Fair, the Grammy winner has her heart set on playing the role of Mama Rose in Gypsy. However, the songstress added, “like when I’m 50,” so Barbra Streisand has nothing to fear from a competing project for the next two decades. Perhaps in the meantime, Adele, you could get to work on penning that Main Stem musical instead? Hello, can you hear us?Javier Muñoz Tapped for QuanticoJavier Muñoz, who is currently headlining Broadway’s Hamilton, is set to appear in an episode of ABC’s Quantico. TVLine reveals that he will play Gabriel Carrera, vice consul at a D.C. consulate, in the drama. The man is non-stop!Ars Nova/Comet Dispute UpdateAnother twist in the dispute between Ars Nova and The Great Comet’s commercial producers. The New York Times reports that the three lead producers of the musical, Howard and Janet Kagan and Paula Marie Black, have offered to agree to Ars Nova’s demands over billing, if the nonprofit lets go of two legal claims it recently filed. We will keep you posted!Pasek & Paul Tapped for Snow White RemakeAnd the next live-action movie musical in development over at Disney is…Snow White! Broadway favorites Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (Dear Evan Hansen, La La Land) have been enlisted to pen new songs for the project, which will be produced by Marc Platt (Wicked, Grease: Live), writes Variety. Other films on the horizon from the mouse house include The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and Oliver Twist. The Emma Watson-led Beauty and the Beast is slated to hit movie theaters on March 17, 2017.Tuck Everlasting Scribe Natalie Babbitt Dead at 84Natalie Babbitt, who wrote the 1975 children’s novel Tuck Everlasting, which was adapted into a musical that played Broadway this past spring, has died at the age of 84. According to the Associated Press, the cause of death was cancer.Steve Martin & Edie Brickell Set for Bright Star ConcertThe original company of Bright Star, including Carmen Cusack and Paul Alexander Nolan, will reunite for a one-night-only concert to celebrate the original cast recording alongside co-creators Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. The event is scheduled to take place at Town Hall on December 12.P.S. The London production of Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years, starring Samantha Barks and Jonathan Bailey, has extended by a week and will now play through December 3 at the St. James Theatre.