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Spider-Man Musical To Open In November?!

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Really?! We'll believe it when we see it!

Broadway's Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark musical may actually be seeing the light of day on the Great White Way!

Evan Rachel Wood and Alan Cumming both dropped out of the production in recent weeks, leaving only relatively unknown Reeve Carney to play Spider-Man, but supposedly the show will go on!

Rehearsals are scheduled to start in the summer followed by previews in October and an official opening in November!

We're still not too wild on this whole idea.

What do U think?

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11 comments to “Spider-Man Musical To Open In November?!”



  1. 1

    Reeves Carney is the fucking cat's pajamas. Gorgeous, talented boy.



  2. 2

    I saw Carney at SXSW—hot talented bitch that he is!

  3. DToxx says – reply to this


    3

    I went to school with Reeve Carney and his brother Zane. They are both lovely young men who deserve all the success in the world.



  4. 4

    Reeve Carney is amazing in concert. Can't wait to see the show.



  5. 5

    Believe it when you see it? As much as this show has already cost you have to know it's happening. Besides, Broadway.com and Playbill.com have both been talking about it like a live animal for months. A lot of big names have dropped out, yes, but I'm pretty sure it's because their time was being wasted. They're too big to be waiting for a phantom production. Still, I hope it's good. Broadway doesn't need another flop. It's not a sinking ship anymore, but something this big could bore a hole.



  6. 6

    spidey is a tranny



  7. 7

    i really can't picture spider-man being a MUSICAL.



  8. 8

    wtf?



  9. 9

    Jim Sturgess was slated for the lead role. But I think he dropped out of it as well.



  10. 10

    Actually, I'll have to refer to my sources to see if he truly did drop out of it or not.



  11. 11

    What about this superhero makes him suitable for a musical? That's a rhetorical question because the answer is nothing. But then again, seeing people sing dialogue is so unnatural and stupefying that I really don't see the point of musicals as a whole. If were in my power, I would ban them.