This Friday, Edge and Bono will appear on Good Morning America as part of the creative team for Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark directed by Julie Taymor. They have taken on the role of composers and lyricists for the production.

U2 have appeared on a number of soundtracks and won a Golden Globe for 'The Hands That Built America'. Bono, Edge, Adam and Larry have worked together and separately on these types of projects in the past - many of you will remember Larry and Adam's soundtrack for Mission Impossible and Bono and Edge's musical score for A Clockwork Orange for the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1990.

Edge and Bono will appear live via satellite on Good Morning America this Friday to discuss this new Broadway production, Julie Taymor will also appear in the segment.

The first song from 'Spider-Man Turn off the Dark' is set to premiere, performed by Peter Parker/Spiderman (Reeve Carney),  live at The Hudson Theatre in Times Square.

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