September 02, 2015

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Julie Taymor and Reeve Carney Talk About Spinning Spider-Man's Web

Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, the new Broadway adventure with music by Bono and the Edge, will be "highly theatrical," "visceral" and "not like a movie," director and co-writer Julie Taymor promises. Star Reeve Carney's varied preparation includes working on abs worthy of a super-hero.







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