If your spidey senses were tingling Thursday night, you might head over to the Great White Way and lend a hand on set. The Wall Street Journal reports that the problem-plagued Broadway musical 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' has once again pushed back its opening night.

This is the fifth time the show has delayed its first official performance, now scheduled for March 15. The show has received a lot of negative attention, for bad reviews and the multiple sidelining injuries incurred by the actors and crew.

A statement released by the show said they needed time to work on a new ending. Some theatergoers have been confused by what went down after intermission.

"We simply need more time to fully execute the creative team's vision before freezing the show," said lead producer Michael Cohl. He then reassured audiences this would be the "final postponement" of the show, which has been in an usually long preview period of more than 15 weeks.