Spider-Man musical delayed again


U2's Bono and The Edge have written the musical's score

Opening night for the Spider-Man musical, part written by U2’s Bono and The Edge, has been delayed for the fourth time.

Producers of the Broadway musical pushed the official opening from January 11 to February 7, deciding they need to work out more kinks before allowing critics to weigh in.

It’s the fourth major delay for Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark this year.

The 65 million dollar musical is the brainchild of Tony-winning director and co-writer Julie Taymor and Bono and The Edge, who wrote the music.

More than eight years in the making, delays and money woes have plagued the show’s launch.

In addition, three on-stage accidents have injured actors, including one who broke both his wrists while practicing an aerial stunt.

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