Reeve Carney, 29, who plays Spider-Man in Broadway's Turn Off the Dark, teamed up with onstage rival Robert Cuccioli, otherwise known as the Green Goblin, to offer safety tips to kids about Halloween at a news conference held in New York.

The superhero / villain duo even joked about their rocky history, revealing that one thing they can certainly agree on is having smart Halloween habits, which include avoiding strangers' houses when trick-or-treating, throwing away unwrapped candies and wearing clothing that allows good mobility, hearing and vision.

The responsible Broadway actors Carney and Cuccioli then announced a Halloween special for their play, in which the first 50 audience members to arrive in costume as a Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark character will receive free tickets between the dates of Friday, October 26 and Tuesday, October 30, reports Broadway World.

While we know that Carney's Halloween safety will be without flaw this year, there's a good chance he'll be drowning his sorrows in lots of (safely and individually wrapped) candy. He and Twilight star Ashley Greene, 25, called off their ten-month relationship, reports Us Weekly.

"They are over," an insider told the magazine. "Reeve seems to fine and it was just crazy with their schedules."

Ditto for Greene. "She knows this is a pivotal time in her career," said the source. "I wouldn't say I could never see them getting back together, but right now they are doing their own thing."

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