Future plans are discussed by Bono and The Edge
When the band returns to the U.S. in May, they 'may even have a new album.'
By James Montgomery, MTV
For nearly their entire career, U2 have only known one way of operating: in the hugest way humanly possible. They've set records and broken banks with their music, their videos and their expansive, all-encompassing tours. The same can now be said about "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," Bono and The Edge's first foray into the world of Broadway.
Though it has just begun rehearsals, the play has already made headlines for its budget (a reported $60 million), lavish costumes and over-the-top staging, which sees Spidey battling foes and soaring high above the audience at the Foxwoods Theatre.
To Bono and The Edge, however, the scale of their "Spider-Man" show isn't really all that different than what they've been doing for more than 30 years now. Case in point, their eternally running 360 Tour, which just began its fourth leg (hitting New Zealand and Australia) and will return to the U.S. in May. And when it does, U2's dynamic duo promise that it will be worth the wait. After all, they may even have a new album to promote.