Popdust has an exclusive “Magic Box” interviewwith Reeve Carney, lead singer of rock band “Carney” and star of the now infamous Broadway musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.”

In the interview, embedded below, Carney is asked some very personal and possibly embarrassing questions, including his most extravagant purchase, his worst audition (“Red Lobster”), if he’s a good boy or bad boy (“70% good boy, 30% bad boy), his dreams, and more.

One question out of the Magic Box was about apologizing to someone he did something to. His apology was to his childhood friend Alex for slamming the door in his face, spilling a coke Alex had brought for him.

You can listen to more of the soul-searching questions from Popdust’s Magic Box at Popdust.com. You will also be able to see more of Carney when he and his band play with Bono and U2 on tour.

“Spider-Man; Turn Off the Dark” is the Broadway retelling of the classic “Spider-Man” comic books in which Peter Parker (Carney) is bitten by a spider and becomes a web-slinging hero of “daring-do.” The musical also has music and lyrics written by Bono and The Edge. You can learn more about the Broadway show by clicking here.

By Monique Jones

Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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