The world seems to be tired of watching superhero movies but Hollywood isn’t tired of making them yet. On Wednesday, Sony Pictures dropped the trailer of their upcoming Dakota Johnson superhero vehicle Madame Web which is a part of Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. Dakota plays the lead character Cassandra Webb who has clairvoyant abilities. Sydney Sweeney also stars in the film as Julia Carpenter, who turns Spider-Woman in the comics.
The trailer shows Dakota’s character as someone who has gained the ability to look into the future and can possibly avert calamities thanks to her powers. The video also hints that the universe around her is functioning in different timelines and all of them are connected via her character. Madame Web is the latest film in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe after Tom Hardy films Venom, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, and Morbius, starring Jared Leto.
Watch Madame Web trailer here:
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In an earlier conversation with Variety, Dakota Johnson described Madame Web as a “a wild experience” and said, “I don’t think you can be prepped to go into anything like that, but I learned so much. It’s a completely different way of making films, you know.”
In a chat with Entertainment Tonight, Dakota spoke about playing a character that’s not well known outside of the comics and said, “It’s pretty cool to be in the Marvel world, especially with a character that’s not so known. There’s a lot of space to make her very cool. I’m very excited. It’s always been a dream of mine to do some kind of massive action movie. I always wanted to be like a female Indiana Jones.”
Directed by SJ Clarkson, Madame Web is scheduled to release in February 2024.
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