Dakota Johnson will star in a new movie about Spider-Man characters

SONY is expanding its Universe of Spider-Man characters and will feature Dakota Johnson for a fascinating character.

Since Venom from Tom Hardy was a tremendous success in 2018 grossing over $856 million, in Sony want to continue exploiting those characters related to spider-man of those who still retain the film rights. That is why they have made the sequel titled Venom: There will be slaughter (2021) and will release a film of Morbius starring Jared Leto. Also they will start shooting soon Kraven the Hunter from Aaron Taylor Johnson. But he also has plans to make an adaptation of madam web which will be starring the actress dakota johnson.

This project had been rumored for a long time, although until now it had not been given the green light. But it seems that with the signing of the actress dakota johnson, which became world famous for the saga of 50 shades of gray, production will start to ramp up and they could start shooting very soon.

Who is Madam Web?

In the comics of Marvel there have been two madam web. The first is Cassandra Webb, which was created in 1980 by Denny O’Neill Y John Romita Jr. for Amazing Spider-Man #210. She was an old mutant with the power of clairvoyance, although an illness forced her to be connected to a machine in order to continue living. She offered her services as a medium. If they choose this version of the character, it will be interesting to see what performance the actress offers dakota johnson.

The second madam web it was Julia Carpenter, who received the powers of Cassandra Webb when the old lady passed away. She also acted as Spider-Woman, so it would be an explosive mix for it could fit more with dakota johnson. Although it should not be ruled out that they make a fusion of both characters and thus adapt it better to the Spider-Man Universe what is creating in Sony.

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The film will be directed by the director S J Clarkson (Jessica Jones, Vinyl and Collateral) and will feature a script written by Burk Sharpless Y matt sazama.