Spidey Production Still Snagged

The Broadway debut of “Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark” remains in limbo because of financial problems but is reportedly still expected to open this year.

The production was to begin previews at the Hilton Theatre in NYC in February but those plans had to be scrapped amid cash-flow problems, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The musical, with Reeve Carney of rock band Carney portraying Peter Parker, is now said to be shooting for a fall opening, the paper said.

Michael Cohl, who previously co-produced “Spamalot,” was brought in last November as lead producer of the estimated $40 million musical, which features tunes written by U2’s Bono and The Edge.