Dakota Johnson’s Madame Web BTS Video Probably Reveals Her Film Role, And It Only Gets More Interesting From There – Details Inside!

Even outside Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe, a great deal of Marvel-related activity is currently occurring. Sony’s branch of the comic universe may not have produced many noteworthy works, but the company reportedly has ambitious and promising future plans for their studio. Among all of their large projects, the one that is generating the most buzz must be Madame Web. Add Dakota Johnson to the line, and you’ll understand why we refer to it as a thunderous buzz.  The film being developed at Sony Studios is one of the most anticipated films in the world. Currently, Dakota is filming the same scene in Boston, where the filmmakers have recreated 2000s New York City. Apparently, new footage from the set has made its way to the Internet, and it reveals what Johnson’s character does in the film.

Madame Web is rumored to be advancing the Spider-Man universe at Sony by collaborating with Venom, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Morbius, and the forthcoming Kraven the Hunter. There have been updates from Boston regarding the film’s production, and the most recent video advances the conversation. Read on to learn everything you need to know.  Yesterday, a Dakota Johnson fan account on Twitter posted a behind-the-scenes video from the sets of Madame Web in Boston. The video depicts a scene in which a severe accident has occurred and a car has been flipped over, destroying a portion of the bridge. Dakota enters the scene and attempts to rescue the individuals in the car. It appears as though the actor is portraying an FDNY paramedic.

Madame Web, starring Dakota Johnson, is reportedly about a clairvoyant whose psychic abilities allow her to see into the Spider world. Sydney Sweeney, Emma Roberts, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced, and Tahir Rahim co-star in a film directed by S.J. Clarkson of Jessica Jones fame. It is currently unclear whether Dakota will portray the original Cassandra Webb or her successor Julia Carpenter.

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