The first official Madame Web trailer has finally been released as Sony Pictures previews the upcoming Spider-Man spinoff movie with Dakota Johnson.
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- Dakota Johnson joins Sony’s Spider-Man Universe as Madame Web, a powerful clairvoyant with psychic abilities in this mysterious Marvel adventure.
- Madame Web is one of the most ambitious projects in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, envisioned as their response to Doctor Strange.
- Sony Pictures has released the first Madame Web trailer, showcasing Johnson as the titular heroine, alongside Sydney Sweeney as Spider-Woman. The movie is set to release in February 2024.
Dakota Johnson officially joins Sony’s Spider-Man Universe in the first Madame Web trailer, finally giving the world a taste of the mysterious Marvel adventure. One of the most ambitious projects for Sony’s Spider-Man Universe has been Madame Web, featuring Johnson as Cassandra Webb, a powerful clairvoyant who has psychic abilities that let her tap into the spider world as Sony Pictures is envisioning this as their response to Doctor Strange. Despite having finished filming Madame Web in 2022, Sony Pictures have, for some reason, been extra secretive about this Sony’s Spider-Man Universe movie compared to their other installments.
As Madame Web will be one of the only Marvel movies to release in 2024, Sony Pictures have finally released the first Madame Web trailer, showcasing Johnson as the titular heroine from the Spider-Man mythology. Directed by S.J. Clarkson, based on a script from Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama, Madame Web also stars Sydney Sweeney as Julia Carpenter, a.k.a. Spider-Woman, marking the character’s live-action debut.
Outside of Johnson and Sweeney, Madame Web features Adam Scott, Emma Roberts, Isabela Merced, Celeste O’Connor, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps, and Zosia Mamet. With the SAG-AFTRA strike finally over, Madame Web is on track to arrive in February 2024.
Source: Sony Pictures