“Madame Web” Trailer: Sydney Sweeney and Dakota Johnson Get Spider-Man Powers in Marvel Movie

Spider-Man, get over here. Some new webslingers have moved to the area.

The first trailer for “Madame Web,” a suspense thriller based in the Marvel character world of the studio and starring Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney, has been published by Sony.

Johnson takes over as the main character, Cassandra Webb, a paramedic in Manhattan who may possess clairvoyant skills that let her look into the future and the networked world of spiders. In the teaser, she teams up with three other young ladies, including Julia Carpenter from Sweeney (who subsequently becomes Spider-Woman in the comics), in order to make sense of her history and get through the perilous present.

Isabela Merced, Emma Roberts, Adam Scott, Celeste O’Connor, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps, and Zosia Mamet are also in the cast.

The enormous popularity of “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” from Sony Pictures Animation shows that people are still hungry for anything that has the ability to wall crawl and swing on a web. The most recent addition to Sony’s Marvel character world is “Madame Web,” which comes after the publication of “Venom” by Tom Hardy (2018), “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” (2021), and “Morbius” by Jared Leto (2022).

Sony’s next releases include “Kraven the Hunter,” starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, on August 30, 2024, and a third “Venom” film, scheduled for November 8, 2024. The first comic book adaptation from Sony that has a female lead is “Madame Web.”

Madame Web is directed by SJ Clarkson, who previously directed Marvel’s “Jessica Jones” and “The Defenders,” based on a story she co-wrote with Claire Parker. The film opens in theaters on February 14, 2024.

Watch the official trailer below.

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