Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

The reason for the failure of “Madame Web”? Dakota Johnson agreed to another movie

“Madam Web” tells the story of Cassandra Web (Dakota Johnson), a young paramedic who receives the ability to see the future. Thanks to them, he tries to protect three teenagers (Sydney SweeneyIsabela Merced, Celeste O’Connor) from the pursuing murderer, Ezekiel Sims (Tahar Rahim). The man turns out to be connected to the woman’s past.

In an interview with “The Warp”, Johnson revealed that after she took on the role, the script underwent “drastic changes”. The actress did not specify what they were. However, she assured that the production of the original version would require three times as much work on set. Due to the heroine’s powers, many scenes had to be shot several times.

“It was very complicated because there would be slight differences between each version. It would be like a puzzle in which you have to focus on the moment we are in, what angle we are looking at, continuity and the like,” Johnson said.

In other interviews, the actress revealed that she had never performed on a blue screen before and was therefore unsure of her performance. However, she trusted the director S. J. Clarkson he will guide her well.

The film received a very negative reception from reviewers. “Madame Web is not as bad as its somewhat unsuccessful promotional campaign might suggest. In fact, it is much worse,” wrote the Rolling Stone critic. “A true Chernobyl-level disaster that seems increasingly radioactive as time goes on (…) The only amazing thing about this Spider-Man spin-off is that someone, somewhere, has signed off on its release.”

“Talented stars wasted on probably the worst comic book movie I’ve ever seen. Filled with terrible dialogue, awkward editing and a ridiculous structure. I sat there amazed scene after scene that someone approved it. The memes will redeem it,” reads the review of the website “3C Films”.

In turn, in the text published in “IGN” we read that it is “the worst superhero film since ‘Morbius’“.