Looks like there will be two Spideys on Broadway!
As most of us know, The Amazing Spider-Man is due in theaters this July. Before the huge buzz kicks in, star Andrew Garfield is set to make his Broadway debut. Garfield will star alongside Phillip Seymour Hoffman in the revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman.
The actor is most definitely anticipating the huge buzz this movie will receive and he becoming a household name, but before then he is enjoying some down time. The calm before the storm seems pretty appropriate.
Former Peter Parker and star of the massive Spider-Man franchise, Tobey Maguire, spoke with Andrew about how to handle the craziness of quick success on his coming out party:
Pushing the laughter aside that a musical of Spiderman is actually performing in front of audiences, could you imagine attending the first disastrous show?
Spiderman's Sunday night performance left cables dangling and the crowd waiting patiently while the actor's stopped the performance five times, which made the show run for over three hours. Spiderman, did you get tangled in all that web or something?
Billboard.com mentioned that a woman got so frustrated that she yelled, 'I don't know how everyone else feels, but I feel like a guinea pig today -- I feel like it's a dress rehearsal.' Don't know which is funnier, that Spiderman actually sings or that the audience actually booed their outspoken fellow watcher.