The cast of Sony’s upcoming web film, Madame, has been expanded

Sony is ready to move on to new projects, one of which is a Madame Web film, after the success of the Venom franchise, the massive response to the Spider Man franchise, on which Sony collaborated with Marvel, and some mixed reviews for the latest Morbius film starring Jared Leto.

Dakota Johnson, who is best known for her role in the 50 Shades of Grey franchise, has been cast as the lead in the film by Sony.

Most fans were surprised by Dakota Johnson’s casting, but the announcement of new cast members this week was even more shocking.

Sydney Sweeney, the actress who has recently taken the industry by storm with her portrayal of Cassie Howard in HBO’s hit series Euphoria, was one of the most surprising castings. Although it is unknown which character she will play in the film, her mere presence in the cast is enough to excite most fans.

Celeste O’Connor, who appeared in the Ghostbusters remake Ghostbusters: Afterlife; Isabela Merced, who appeared in Transformers: The Last Knight; and Tahar Rahim, who appeared in The Mauritanian, the project starring Jodie Foster, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Zachari Levi, are among the new additions to the cast.

Madame Web is usually a supporting character in most Spider Man stories in the comics, so it’ll be fascinating to see how a film centered on her plays out. Madame Web is a clairvoyant mutant who is normally seen seated in a chair surrounded by a massive web-like structure that keeps her alive.

She is blind and crippled, and her plots usually revolve around predicting the futures of Spider-Man characters and mentoring Spider-Man characters, including various spider ladies. In most cases, the character isn’t directly involved in the action.

The film is scheduled to be released in theaters on July 7, 2023, and while the plot is currently unknown, if the recent Spider-Man films Venom and Spider-Man: No Way Home are any indication, the project will most likely succeed. For the time being, supporters can only wait.