The marketing campaign Madame Webthe film from the Spider-Man universe from Sony Pictures and Marvel that serves as a spinoff based on the world of the arachnid superhero, continues this day by revealing more promotional material.

The most recent are the first official posters, with the first of them focused on the protagonist Dakota Johnson (The Lost Daughter, Suspiria) as Cassandra Web/Madame Web, a clairvoyant mutant who can see the future involving superheroes related to the spider world. This ability, as we saw in the official trailer released in November, she obtained after suffering an accident at her job as a paramedic.

The second poster shows the rest of the main cast, Sydney Sweeney (Euphoria, The White Lotus) como Julia Carpenter/Spider-Woman, Celeste O’Connor (Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Freaky) as Mattie Franklin, and Isabela Merced (Dora and the Lost City of Gold) as Anya Corazón. The four of them face the siege of the supervillain Ezekiel Sims, played by Tahar Rahim (The Mauritarian), marking the live-action debut of the antagonist.

The cast also includes Emma Roberts (American Horror Story, Scream 4), y Adam Scott (Severance, Parks and Recreation) giving life to Mary Parker and Ben Parker, respectively.

S.J. Clarkson (Anatomy of a Scandal, The Defenders, Collateral, Succession) directs Madame Webwith a script co-written with Matt Sazama y Burk Sharplessa duo already familiar with Sony's Spider-Verse, since they are the scriptwriters of Morbiusthe spinoff starring Jared Leto.

The film was shot over five months in NY and Boston in 2022.

Other Spider-Man spinoffs in development at Sony include Kraven the Hunterstarring Aaron Taylor-Johnson (in theaters August 2024), and Venom 3 by Tom Hardy (in theaters November 2024).

Madame Web was created by Denny O'Neil and John Romita Jr., debuting in The Amazing Spider-Man no. 210 in 1980. Also known as Cassandra Web, she is a mutant clairvoyant specialized in predicting the future. Specifically in terms of superheroes related to Spider-Man she is referring to. Her experience was gained by mentoring Peter Parker's alter ego, and multiple generations of heroes nicknamed Spider-Woman. Cassandra is usually portrayed as an elderly, blind woman who suffers from a chronic neuromuscular disease that makes it difficult for her to move and breathe. Because of this, she is hooked up to a spider web-like life support system. Her condition does not allow her to enter into direct conflict; so she sends others to do the physical effort on her behalf.

Lorenzo di Bonaventura is the producer, as is Adam Merims as executive producer.

The study has set the release in theaters on February 14, 2024.



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