Dakota Johnson to Become Madame Web in New ‘Spider-Man’ Movie Spin-Off. The Hollywood Reporter warns that the actress is in talks to star in what would be her return to the commercial circuit in style. Four years have passed since the premiere of ‘Fifty Shades Freed’, her last installment as Anastasia Steele.
SJ Clarkson (‘The Defenders’, ‘Jessica Jones’) will direct from a script written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless, who have already signed on for ‘Morbius’. In the Marvel comics, The first version of Madame Web, Cassandra Webb, was an old woman with Myasthenia Gravis, a disease that made her blind and required her to be attached to life support in the form of a spider web.. She was a mutant with the power of clairvoyance, first appearing in an issue published in 1980 helping Spider-Man find a kidnapped person. Then there was a second Madame Web, when Cassandra died and passed her powers on to Julia Carpenter, formerly a Spider-Woman. How all of this will translate to the movie’s script is unknown.
This will be Johnson’s return to the commercial circuit after the end of the ‘Fifty Shades’ trilogy. In recent years, Melanie Griffith’s daughter has appeared in more independent titles such as ‘Suspiria’, ‘The family you choose’ or ‘The friend’. He has just presented two films at Sundance (‘Am I Ok?’ and ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’) and In a few weeks, the long-awaited ‘The Dark Daughter’, directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal and starring Olivia Colman, will hit Spanish cinemas.
Squeezing the spider from the golden eggs
Despite Marvel Studios’ reign in Hollywood, Sony retains the rights to Spider-Man-related characters and is trying to cash in on it. So far he’s been doing well with ‘Venom’ and the sequel, ‘There Will Be Slaughter,’ and in April the oft-delayed ‘Morbius’ will hit theaters, in which Jared Leto plays the vampiric villain.. In addition, a movie starring Kraven the Hunter, who will be played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, has already been announced. ‘Madame Web’ is another title to add to this collection. And that’s not counting the animated deliveries, not for that minor, ‘Spider-Man: A new universe’ and its sequel, ‘Crossing the multiverse’, which is scheduled to hit theaters in the fall.
It is normal for Sony to want to squeeze the spider out of the golden eggs: ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is about to become the third highest-grossing film in US history, surpassing ‘Avatar’.
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