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'Spider-Man' for start in February 2010 Broadway

Spider-Man movie has captured. Now, with a little help from Julie Taymor and U2, it is now on Broadway.

"Spider-Man, shut the Dark" is the 18th February 2010 at the Hilton Theater, the producers have announced on Tuesday.

Preview performances begin 16th January.

The musical, directed by Taymor, with a result of Bono and The Edge, both by U2. Taymor, the creative force behind "The Lion King," "Disney's long musical, now in its second decade of Broadway. She is co-writing" Spider-Man "book with Glen Berger.

The story was of the heroes of Marvel Comics, including the history of their origin, as well as new hardware.

No casting has been.

Other members of the program production designer George Tsypin, before the scenes of "The Little Mermaid" on Broadway, Eiko Ishioka, costumes, Donald Holder, "The Lion King", lighting, Daniel Ezralow, choreographer and sound designer Jonathan Deans, worked for the Cirque du Soleil.

"Spider-Man, Turn off the Darkness" was written by Hello Entertainment / David Garfinkle, Martin McCallum, Marvel Entertainment / David Maisel, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Jeremiah Harris.


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