Both Bono and The Edge, of U2, have fears about the Broadway “Spider-Man” musical which they helped to create.

While being interviewed on “60 Minutes” with Lesley Stahl, Bono spoke about the musical which will open this weekend.

He said “It has been one of the funest (sic), more joyful rides of our artistic life, for sure.

"We've moved out of the rock 'n' roll idiom in places, into some very new territory for us. There's big show tunes and dance songs."

The two musicians contributed by creating several songs for the musical.

The Star, newspaper reported, that Bono also said “If the rabbit comes out of the hat, we will be rewarded. If the rabbit comes out of the leg of the trousers, we could be figures of fun for a few days. Or worse, looking for a new job."

The Edge had said that working with two-time Tony Award winner, Julie Taymor, was “like being a student in a master class of musical theatre and opera."

Bono said "Julie Taymor is definitely a magician. I think that's what you call a person, who, even though they put the rabbit in the hat, is really surprised when it comes out."

After a year-and-a-half preparation and $60 million the show will be previewed on Sunday, November 28.

After rumors that the show would never go on, Taymor told Stahl “I love it when people say 'What a horrible, lousy idea.' I think that's great. I hate the comfort zone; I don't think that anything that's really creative can be done without danger and risk."