Amassing a host of serious injuries, delays and poor reviews, the $65+ million Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark musical seemed especially doomed when a New York Times writeup deemed even its "new" version "so grievously broken in every respect that it is beyond repair" earlier this month. There's new
We've poked our share of fun at the $65+ million Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark for its music, costumes, content and delays, but when it comes to satirizing the show's growing list of injuries, this past weekend's Saturday Night Live beat us to the punch. It's probably for the best considering aerialist Kevin Aubin's broken wrists, another actor's broken foot and
Through all of its problems over the past year or so, Spidey fans have been champing at the bit for just a little hope that Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark will be ANY good. At this point previews of the show's cast, music and costumes have all proven nothing short of polarizing, but could the $60
After more than three years of stops and starts, cast members being announced and dropping out, and rumors of wildly escalating production costs that would've eighty-sixed a lesser musical, it looks as though "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark" is finally swinging on over to New York's Great White Way.
According to a report that comes to us via the "L.A. Times," Broadway's Spider-Man-inspired musical is set
YouTube user ItsJustSomeRandomGuy has given his viewers plenty to laugh about over the course of his last 99 episodes, which is why it should come as no real surprise that his 100th video installment would come stocked with the same kind of humor that made his shorts a household meme.
Entitled "Hi, I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC: The Musical," the 3ish-min