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Madame Web Director's Defense Of A Ridiculed Choice Makes Sense

looper.com Learn More Madame Web Director's Defense Of A Ridiculed Choice Makes Sense - But It's Still A Bad Idea "Madame Web" is a massive misfire of epic proportions, one where the…

Madame Web Reuses Footage From Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man 2

looper.com Learn More Madame Web Reuses Footage From Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man 2 - But Is There More To It? Depending on who you ask, namely most critics, "Madame Web" may be the…

The First Madam Web Was In ... A Twinkies Ad?

looper.com The First Madam Web Was In ... A Twinkies Ad? The clairvoyant Cassandra Webb, aka Madame Web, made it to the big screen with a self-titled movie where she's played by Dakota…

‘Madame Web’ is a low point for superhero movies

reason.com Madame Web is a superhero movie about someone with precognitive powers: To the extent that you can actually understand what her powers are, it's that she can see the future…

Dumb Things Everyone Ignores In Madame Web

looper.com Learn More Amidst news of Marvel's "The Fantastic Four" casting and pre-production ramping up on DC's "Superman: Legacy," it might be easy for comic book fans to forget…

Madame Web’s connections to Sony’s Spider-Man films are tenuous as spiderwebs

polygon.com Sony’s newest Marvel movie is about a spider-themed hero, but without the web-slinging or super-strength. Madame Web follows Cassandra Webb (Dakota Johnson), an ordinary New…

Dakota Johnson and S.J. Clarkson and find the psychological thriller in ‘Madame Web’

apnews.com One of the first things that struck director S.J. Clarkson about “Madame Web” was that this was a superhero who did not have superhuman strength. And unlike Batman, she…

Madame Web Ending Explained

looper.com Learn More Madame Web Ending Explained - What Is The Connection To The Spider-Verse? Following the two "Venom" movies and "Morbius," Sony's Spider-Man Universe (SSU) expands…

‘Madame Web’ Cast and Character Guide: Who’s Who in This Spidey Universe

thewrap.com “Madame Web” is now in theaters and, though it’s based on character from “Spider-Man” comics, it’s not actually tied to any of the Spider-Man films we’ve seen thus far.…

‘Madame Web’ Review: Dakota Johnson Can’t Save This Spidey Spinoff

nytimes.com The only real bummer about “Madame Web,” the latest installment in the Spider-Man chronicles, isn’t that it’s bad, but that it never achieves memorably terrible status. The…

How to Watch ‘Madame Web’: Is the Superhero Film Streaming?

thewrap.com Sony’s spider-verse is expanding with “Madame Web,” bring brand new — well, at least for non-comic readers — spider-people to the screen. So, here’s what you need to know.…

Madame Web Review: A Campy Good Time Tangled In A Tired Franchise Web

looper.com Learn More • None The premonition sequences are some of the most inventive in a recent superhero blockbuster • None Outside of that, any enjoyment is of the…

Madame Web Script Went Through 'Drastic' Changes, Dakota Johnson Says

thewrap.com In making any movie, a script often goes through changes from start to finish. But, according to “Madame Web” star Dakota Johnson, the script for Sony’s latest foray into…

Dakota Johnson Reveals Why Madame Web's Powers Are Different From Other Marvel Heroes

looper.com Learn More Dakota Johnson Reveals Why Madame Web's Powers Are Different From Other Marvel Heroes - Exclusive Interview Dakota Johnson has portrayed a lot of interesting…

Madame Web Director Seems To Confirm Two Crucial Spider-Man Characters Do Appear

looper.com Learn More Madame Web Director Seems To Confirm Two Crucial Spider-Man Characters Do Appear Contains possible spoilers for "Madame Web" "Madame Web" comes out on February…

Dakota Johnson Says Streaming Execs Not Trusting Creatives to Make Brave Decisions Is “F

hollywoodreporter.com Dakota Johnson got candid about why she feels the entertainment industry is “really fucking bleak.” In an interview with L’Officiel magazine, the Madame Web star said that…

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