Sony’s upcoming film Madame Web will feature Dakota Johnson as a younger, more powerful version of the comic book character Cassandra Webb giving us the origin story of that character as well as couple of other female heroes.
Is there a trailer for Madame Web?
Yes there is. Here is the first trailer for the upcoming Sony movie Madame Web:
The first trailer dropped on November 15. The movie’s tagline is intriguing: “Her web connects them all.” This was first reported by Deadline, which also shared the early synopsis in May 2022. The story revolves around Madame Web, a character with psychic powers that give her insight into the spider world.
The official full synopsis on YouTube describes the film uniquely: Set in a different universe, it focuses on Madame Web, a mysterious and compelling character from Marvel’s publications. Starring Dakota Johnson as Cassandra Webb, a Manhattan paramedic with possible clairvoyant abilities, the film is a suspenseful thriller. Cassandra faces truths about her history and builds connections with three young women with promising futures, provided they can overcome a dangerous current situation.
The nearly three-minute trailer gives us a glimpse of the movie’s antagonist and introduces Sydney Sweeney as Julia Carpenter/Spider-Woman. It also features Sweeney, Isabela Merced, and Celeste O’Connor in their hero suits, signaling a thrilling return to action.
When does Madame Web come out?
The release date for Sony’s Madame Web has experienced several shifts. Initially slated for July 7, 2023, the film’s debut was rescheduled to October 6, 2023, and then again to February 16, 2024. Amidst uncertainties, particularly due to ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, the premiere date has been adjusted once more. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Madame Web is now set to premiere on February 14, 2024, coinciding with Valentine’s Day. This date adjustment might be the final one, although in the film industry, such schedules can remain fluid.
Who stars in Madame Web movie?
In early 2022, Dakota Johnson was confirmed to star as Cassandra Webb, the titular Madame Web, in Sony’s upcoming film. Sydney Sweeney is cast as Julia Carpenter. The film also features Isabela Merced, Celeste O’Connor, Emma Roberts, Adam Scott, Mike Epps, Tahar Rahin, and Zosia Mamet in roles that have yet to be officially disclosed.
While Sony and Marvel haven’t confirmed the specific characters these actors will portray, there’s a lot of fan speculation. Many believe Isabela Merced will play Anya Corazon, Celeste O’Connor will take on the role of Mattie Franklin, and Emma Roberts and Adam Scott are expected to play Mary and Ben Parker. If these speculations are accurate, “Madame Web” could potentially serve as a prequel or a multiverse-themed story. The inclusion of characters like Anya Corazon, Mattie Franklin, and Julia Carpenter, all of whom are different iterations of Spider-Women, suggests a rich and interconnected narrative within the Spider-Man universe.
Who is Madame Web?
In the Marvel comics, Madame Web is depicted as a blind and elderly character who relies on a spider web-like life support machine, a necessity due to her myasthenia gravis, a chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease. Despite her physical limitations, she frequently uses her abilities to aid other heroes, including the iconic Spider-Man. Her role is often that of a mentor or guide, using her psychic and precognitive powers to provide insight and assistance to those in the superhero community.
Will We See Spider-Man in Madame Web?
Since the announcement of “Madame Web,” there’s been considerable speculation about whether Spider-Man will appear in the movie. Fueling these rumors, actor Adam Scott has been seen on the set in attire resembling Spider-Man’s costume. This observation has sparked further discussion among fans. While it’s possible that Scott’s outfit is connected to his rumored role as Uncle Ben, there’s also speculation that he might portray an alternate version of Spider-Man. The potential for alternate versions aligns with the multiverse theme prevalent in recent Spider-Man-related films, leaving room for various interpretations and surprises in the movie’s plot.
The movie is meant to be set in 2000’s so it could also mean that we will see a connection to Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy.