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Zero Budget ‘The Spidey Project’ Musical Aims to Open Before ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark’


Back on February 12, POPE! The Musical writer Justin Moran set an ambitious goal: Create an original Spider-Man musical from scratch with a budget of $0 and open before the Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark's then-launch date of March 15...

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Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa to Re-Write ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ Musical


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...

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SNL’s ‘Gublin & Green’ will Litigate Your Spider-Man Musical Injury [Video]


The only thing worse than the Littleton Fire Rescue department's Safety Spidey cable access video is Julie Taymor and U2's Spider-Man musical, Turn Off the Dark. While no new injuries were reported throughout the entire month of January, the production remains best known for its ability to bruise, concuss, break or otherwise maim anyone within six blocks of the Foxwoods Theatre in New York...

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Link Ink: ‘Nerdcore Now’ Brings the Sound, The Spider-Man Musical Continues to Confound and Optimus Prime Spreads His Wings


Music: Nerdcore Now Vol. 1 compiles more than 20 artists performing jams driven by geeky pop culture themes. The free compilation is worth downloading for the Adam Warrock track alone, but there's something for every nerd along the way...

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‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ Musical Gets a New Ending


If there's one thing I've learned from reading reviews for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, it's that the show's stunts = good, ending = bad. Based on that anecdotal generalization, the New York Times had some pretty exciting news for those still willing to shell out $150ish to see the mega-delayed production when it opens on March 15...

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Spider-Man Musical Premiere Postponed, Now Opening in March


It's almost solely for completion's sake that we bring you the sad/hilarious news that Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the decadently expensive and actor-maiming musical based on the Marvel Comics superhero, has had its official premiere date pushed back once again


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Spider-Man Musical Celebrates 3 Weeks without Injury with Special ‘New Yorker’ Cover


This Wednesday marks a full three weeks without reports of anyone being cut, scraped, bruised, broken or otherwise maimed on the set of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the injury-prone Broadway musical based on the Marvel Comics superhero...

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Link Ink: Sailor Moon Daleks, Scott Ian’s Demon and Ratfist Strikes


Art: Daleks aren't typical known for fighting evil by moonlight (to say nothing of winning love by daylight), but these Skaro scouts by Dezychan seem poised for both activities.

Movies: According to Stan Lee, his upcoming Spider-Man reboot cameo is " the best, most unusual one yet...

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Injured Spider-Man Actor Says ‘I Don’t Need to’ Sue [Video]


Performer Christopher Tierney has finally given his first interview about the terrible accident that put a temporary stop to Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and sent him to the hospital with four broken ribs, three fractured vertebrae, a fractured scapula, a fractured elbow, and a fracture to the back of his skull...

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Injured Lead Actress to Leave ‘Spider-Man’ Musical


It was only a matter of time before one of the endangered cast members of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark finally escaped, and that time is now. The New York Times is reporting that Natalie Mendoza, who was concussed last month when a piece of rigging hit her in the head while she wasn't even on stage, is in the process of exiting the beleaguered Broadway musical...

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