With Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the Venom flicks, and the impending Morbius, Sony has been on a roll with their Spider-Verse franchise. However, their Madame Web film, starring Dakota Johnson in the titular role, is one of the most fascinating future Spider-centric projects. According to Deadline, Euphoria’s Sydney Sweeney has joined the film’s cast in an unspecified role.
S.J. Clarkson is directing the film, which was written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless based on a prior script by Kerem Sanga. There isn’t much information available regarding the project right now. Madame Web, on the other hand, is a debilitated elderly woman whose powers are derived from her connection to a large life-support system resembling a spiderweb in the comics.
Given Johnson’s age and the fact that he isn’t ill, it’s safe to presume that Sony’s take on the character will be very different.
Madame Web is most known for her roles in the Spider-Man animated series from 1994 and the critically acclaimed game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions from 2010, in which she had a prominent supporting role in both continuities. Her character is Spider-“lady Man’s in the chair” and has appeared in a number of important multiverse stories.
Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield returning?
With the return of both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s versions of the Web-Head in No Way Home, the Spider-Verse floodgates have just opened. Furthermore, due to Madame Web’s psychic sensory abilities, Deadline’s insiders claim that Sony sees her as their version of Doctor Strange.
All of this adds to the excitement of Sweeney’s arrival. The actress has starred in HBO’s successful programs Euphoria and The White Lotus as one of the breakout stars. Her film career is also heating up, with leading roles in Amazon’s The Voyeurs and Blumhouse’s Nocturne, the latter of which is one of the most underappreciated horror films in recent memory.
Sweeney has demonstrated her versatility in all of her roles. Her roles in Euphoria and Nocturne, in particular, demonstrated her ability to play a compelling villain. As a result, it will be fascinating to watch what sort of part Sweeney will play and how this picture will come together in the end, given the plot’s ambiguity. Madame Web is currently in its early stages of creation, but we can expect to learn more as further casting is disclosed and the film nears completion.
Who is Dakota Johnson
Dakota Mayi Johnson (born October 4, 1989) is an actress, producer, and model who is most known for her role in the Fifty Shades of Grey film trilogy.
She is the daughter of Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith, both of whom are actresses. She made her cinematic debut with her mother in the dark comedy Crazy in Alabama (1999) when she was ten years old. She began applying for jobs in Los Angeles after graduating from high school and was cast in a tiny role in The Social Network (2010).
Johnson made her acting debut in the action-comedy 21 Jump Street (2012), and went on to star in the independent comedy Goats (2012) and the romantic comedy The Five-Year Engagement (2012). In the sensual romance drama film series Fifty Shades of Grey (2015–2018), she played Anastasia Steele. In 2016, she was nominated for a BAFTA Rising Star Award.
Johnson starred in the crime drama Black Mass (2015), Luca Guadagnino’s drama A Bigger Splash (2015), the romantic comedy How to Be Single (2016), the supernatural horror film Suspiria (2018), the thriller Bad Times at the El Royale (2018), the psychological horror film Wounds (2019), Maggie Gyllenhaal’s The Lost Daughter (2019), and the psychological horror film Wounds (2019). (2021).
Sydney Sweeny, who is she?
Sydney Bernice Sweeney (born September 12, 1997) is an actress from the United States. She rose to prominence for her performance as Emaline in the Netflix series Everything Sucks! (2018), and she has also played Eden in Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale (2018) and Alice in the HBO miniseries Sharp Objects (2018).
She has played Cassie Howard in HBO’s teen drama Euphoria and Olivia Mossbacher in The White Lotus since 2019. In cinema, she played Dianne “Snake” Lake, a member of the Manson Family, in Quentin Tarantino’s 2019 comedy-drama Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.