Sony Pictures has broken down the first trailer for its new Spider-Man movie Madame Web.
The SJ Clarkson feature is part of the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters and is scheduled to hit theaters on February 14, 2024, just in time for Valentine’s Day dates. Dakota Johnson stars in the titular role based on the Marvel comic book character named Cassandra Webb, a clairvoyant mutant who can predict the future of spider-traited heroes.
Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, Isabella Merced, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps, Emma Roberts and Adam Scott round out the cast.
The trailer was released on Wednesday and shows Johnson having mysterious encounters with a man from her mother’s past. “I had visions,” she says in the footage. “If you want to live, you have to trust me.”
clarkson (Anatomy of a scandal) directed the film and co-wrote the screenplay with Claire Parker, and the story was written by Kerem Sangha. Lorenzo di Bonaventura serves as producer, while Parker and Adam Merrim executive produce.
Other Spider-Man spinoffs on the horizon for Sony include Aaron Taylor-Johnson leading the way Kraven the HunterWhich will be released in theaters in August 2024, while it is the third film starring Tom Hardy Poison The franchise is set for November next year. Last year, the studio released Morbiuswhich featured Jared Leto, Matt Smith, and Adria Arjona as Marvel Comics characters.
During a previous interview with Hollywood ReporterSweeney teased her role in Madame Web Saying that she “loved the personal struggles that the character goes through.” In a different conversation with THRthe Emmy-nominated actress called the action Madame Web “An absolute career highlight.”
Johnson broke in Fifty Shades of Grey franchise, including its latest film titles Bad times at El Royale, Real smooth cha cha And to convince. Sweeney is known for television series including trance And White lotusIn addition to cinematic works such as reality And the upcoming Sony rom-com Anyone but you.
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