As T.V. Carpio waits yet again for “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” Broadway’s most expensive and notorious show, to officially open, she has something else to cheer about: the release of Limitless.

In the film, Carpio plays Valerie, the wife of Eddie’s (Bradley Cooper) landlord. After Eddie begins taking a black market pill that gives him access to his entire brain’s capacity, his cordial relationship with the married Carpio changes to one that is a bit more provocative.

Our “Dear Prudence” from Across the Universe still maintains her usual spunk as she branches out as Valerie and also in her role of Arachne in “Spider-Man.”

“It’s fine. I know I look young,” she says. “But I would like the option to play other stuff, too. That’s all I really care about. I don’t care about the typecast. I just want something that I haven’t done before.”

Carpio boasts of having a blast playing the mentor-turned-villain Arachne.

“It’s a challenge and it’s exploration, and that’s what I really love,” says Carpio. “That’s why it has been so great working with Julie [Taymor] because she definitely allows you to play with the character, which is awesome for me.”

With Taymor no longer directing [She recently stepped down.] and the opening postponed until summer, Carpio’s role might change once more. Carpio was originally cast as Miss Arrow but stepped into the role of Arachne to replace the injured Natalie Mendoza, who suffered a concussion and subsequently left the production.

With multiple other injuries during previews, Carpio claims that the cast has only grown closer because of them.

“I will be excited when we can show our work, and I hope people will come and enjoy it for what it is,” tells Carpio. “If anything it has brought us closer because it seems like everyone’s against us. This has bonded us.”

Carpio is quick to defend the “flying” aspect of the show, on which the production’s problems have been pinned.

“Not to minimize what happened, but the things that happened had nothing to do with the flying,” she says. “When I was playing in ‘Rent’ I had an injury, and the girl that replaced me had an injury. That was ‘Rent.’ There was no flying in that. I guess it had been going on for 11 years.”

Regardless of who or what is to blame, Carpio is thankful that the actors are still willing to step into the roles after the previous performers were injured.

“They’ve all come in and picked it up so quickly,” says Carpio. “They’re the real heroes here. They keep it going. It’s been amazing.”

Limitless releases in theaters March 18.