If you ever wondered what a U2 song about Spider-Man would sound like, wonder no longer, because Reeve Carney, star of the Spider-Man musical with music from U2 and the Edge (screw those other guys, they should be thankful they’re not homeless), went on Good Morning America this morning to sing “Boy Who Falls from the Sky.” Oh, don’t worry, the lyrics are super deep, you guys. This makes “Yellow” look like “Your Body is a Wonderland.”
You can change your mind
but you cannot change your heart.
It’s a compass and a map, and a key to the chart.
You can fly too high, and get too close to the sun
see how the boy falls from the sky
IN THE NAAAAAAAAAME OF WEBS! FLYING HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGH ON MY SPIDER WEBS……
At the very least, the drummer has a sweet combover. Meanwhile, director Julie Taymor sat down for a chat and showed off the designs for some of the villains. Here’s Green Goblin:
Looks a little light in the goblin shoes, amirite? I mean, I think I know what he‘s gobblin, and it ain’t green, gnome sayin? (*toilet flush*) (*slide whistle*) (*bike horn*) (*squirts German Shepard with seltzer*). Anyway, I don’t really understand theater. Is this good? I know plays are like movies for poor people, and Broadway is for people who want to spend a lot of money to do something obsolete, so I guess this is… fitting? I don’t know. I’ve tried to weigh the merits of this, but it’s kind of like reviewing the steam engine.