Gaining great fame with the movie Fifty Shades of Gray; Dakota Johnson, who has acted in films such as The Lost Daughter, Suspiria, The Peanut Butter Falcon, enters Sony’s Marvel universe.
Although Spider-Man is a character from the Marvel comics, the movie rights are in the hands of Sony. In recent years, Sony and Marvel have been working together, especially the Spider-Man trilogy with Tom Holland, and they are trying to expand this Spider-Man universe. After Tom Hardy’s Venom films and Jared Leto’s Morbius, whose vision date has been postponed many times, Sony is now preparing to bring the Madame Web character to the big screen. Dakota Johnson, who is in final talks with Sony, will play the lead role in the movie.
SJ Clarkson will direct the film from a screenplay by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless. Clarkson previously directed the Marvel series, Jessica Jones and Defenders. Information such as the other names who will be in the cast of the movie and when the shooting will start has not been shared yet.
The “Madame Web” comics follow the adventures of Cassandra Webb, a visionary mutant and a visionary. Webb is an elderly woman with a neuromuscular disease that forces her to be hooked up to a spiderweb-like life support system. She is usually a supporting character in the Marvel comics universe and is definitely not a crime fighter,
He first appeared in the 1980’s “The Amazing Spider-Man” #210 and worked to help Spider-Man find a kidnapped victim. Cassandra Webb is also killed at one point by the female incarnation of Kraven the Hunter, but she transfers her powers to another character in the comic named Julia Carpenter, the next Madame Web.