At $50 million, Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark is the most expensive play in Broadway history


Well after Spiderman 3, it’s not so difficult to imagine the masked crawly savior singing and dancing merrily. But if your better half enjoys musicals, and you want something more than a teary-eyed story, then you should be happy! The much-awaited Spider-Man will open on Broadway this December, and going by the fact that U2 members Bono would lend the music, the sound will definitely have a rock edge to it. Titled as “Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark,” produced Michael Cohl, the story of Peter Parker played by actor and Carney singer Reeve Carney is touted to cost up to $50 million, making it the most expensive in Broadway history to date.

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Jennifer Damiano is said to essay the role of Mary Jane Watson, while Alan Cumming will be seen as Normon Osborn & the Green Goblin.
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