When we last checked in with Dan Slott's epic Spider-Verse event, he had just brought Supaidaman, star of the completely insane Japanese live-action TV show from the '70s, and his giant robot Leopardon into the Marvel Universe. Let's see what's new in — oh my god.
The Spiderman musical. It's cursed! Or at least very poorly conceived. Either way, to get cartoonishly caught up on everything that's gone tragi-hilariously wrong with Julie Taymor's über-expensive production of Turn Off the Dark, look no further. [NMA]
Uh-oh: According to several people in the audience of tonight's show, the Bono-penned, Julie Taymor-directed Spider-Man musical Turn off the Dark just stopped a performance mid-show after an actor was involved in a 'big accident'—possibly a two-story fall.
Want to be Peter Parker's next Broadway leading lady? With Rachel Evan Wood out of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, here's your chance to hit the Tony Award jackpot. Auditions are next Saturday in New York.
Now missing a Mary Jane, will the Spider-Man musical ever happen? Alan Cumming, the show's Green Goblin, thinks so, but likens his involvement to a bad relationship where he's been hurt once too often. We sense another musical split coming...
The permanently troubled Spider-Man musical took a couple of steps in the right direction towards being able to open yesterday; not only did the show get a new lead producer, but an actor was finally announced to play Peter Parker.