Based on this trippy preview, we’d say probably.
This stage show opens July 19th in the UK, and arrives in America in 2012.
Oh yeah, it’s on.
After being ousted from the directing chair of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the troubled Broadway show about the webslinger, director Julie Taymor kept a tight smile at the opening of the show. However, now the gloves are off and she’s suing the producers over her creative rights and unpaid royalties.
Someday, we predict, someone will write an opera about the Spider-Man musical, which will be all about immensely talented egos, wasted money and mythic archetypes; it will be the Nixon in China for those days.
Seriously, how could you have predicted the scene when fucking BONO would have to step out in front of a theatrical group and take the reins as creative leader, saying they had to move forward without the director he himself had chosen?
Yep, you read that right. Superhero Hype has the casting notice: SPIDER-MANTheatreMUSICALAEA 29-HOUR REHEARSED READING Director: Julie TaymorMusic and Lyrics: Bono and The Edge of U2Musical Supervisor: Teese GohlBook: Julie Taymor and Glen BergerProducer: Hello Entertainment/David Garfinkle, Martin McCallum, Marvel EntertainmentCasting Director: Telsey + CompanyRehearsals: Begin 7/2/07 in NYCReading: 7/12/07 and 7/13/07 The notice includes […]
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark To Leave Broadwayhttp://ift.tt/19DZfhx Tweet Another version of Peter Parker was quietly boxed away today, with the announcement that Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark will be shutting down production next year. The most expensive production to ever hit Broadway – and one which became more expensive once the cast members started […]
Another version of Peter Parker was quietly boxed away today, with the announcement that Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark will be shutting down production next year. The most expensive production to ever hit Broadway – and one which became more expensive once the cast members started getting seriously injured seemingly every month – there are […]
It turns out the drama- and deficit-plagued Spider-man Broadway musical wasn’t enough to turn Marvel off live theatrical events. Thus they are launching ‘The Marvel Experience’ in 2014, a $30 million “interactive road show with a “4D motion ride” and high-tech attractions featuring Marvel’s most popular superheroes.” It’s a joint venture between Marvel and something […]
While America has been been locked in a massive ideological battle over birth control and offensive radio show hosts of late, in Canada, they have even more powerful and shocking issueS that galvanize a nation to action. Namely, network Global TV was forced to apologize for failing to warn viewersthat an episode of Family Guy included a scene where Bugs Bunny died a grisly, lingering death.