SONY Delays Madame Web Film By Three Months


For those who were waiting to see any news or updates on the upcoming Madame Web film unfortunately you’ll have to wait a little longer. Recently SONY announced a number of films on their lineup have received delays, including the female lead super hero film.

Originally meant to release on July 7th of 2023 the film has now been delayed until October 6th of the same year. Most likely due to a number of recent production snags going on at the studio.

In addition to this a currently “unannounced SONY/Marvel project” was delayed from October 6th, 2023 to July 7th of 2024. Though in light of recent announcements from SONY the film will most likely be the El Muerto film.

Though not much is known about the plot for the Madame Web film we do know that it will  star Dakota Johnson as the titular hero; Most likely playing the Julia Carpenter version of the character. The film will also feature Sydney Sweeney, Emma Roberts, Tahir Rahim, Mike Epps, and Adam Scott in currently unnamed roles.

In addition Isabella Merced is currently rumored to appear as the Araña Corazon version of Spider-Girl.

The film has already begun filming in Boston, Massachusetts with Dakota Johnson seen on set in full costume.

Madame Web is a physic based hero who is some ways is similar to Spider-Man. She is usually an on-again off-again ally to the web slinging hero, able to communicate with him via mental messaging. 

It’s not currently known how faithful the character will be to the comics, nor is it known on how this film will supposedly be connected to other Spider-Verse films. 

Are you looking forward to seeing more of SONY’s Spider-Verse in action? What other Spider-Man characters do you want to see get their own solo spin-off films?

Source: IGN

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