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Madame Web: Sydney Sweeney to Join Spidey’s Universe Opposite Dakota Johnson

Sydney Sweeney made her acting debut on NBC's superhero drama Heroes (2019)

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Khushant Runghe
Khushant Runghe
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UNITED STATES: After Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney joined Sony Pictures and Marvel’s Madame Web. The Euphoria famed star might participate in the opposite role to Madame Web.

Origin of Madame Web

Madame Web, a.k.a. Cassandra Webb, was originally depicted as an elderly lady with vast knowledge of the spider-verse, which connects variants of Spider-Man across the multiverse. She initially debuted in The Amazing Spider-Man #210. She originally appeared as an ally who assisted Spider-Man in locating a kidnap victim.

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Her power includes Telepathy, Clairvoyance, Precognition, and gifted intellect. She has the ability to astral project just like Doctor Strange. Madame Web is cybernetically linked to a life support system resembling a spider web, which stands to benefit her body. The system also contains a robotic arm that her husband designed.

Sydney Sweeney has blown everyone away with her performance in Euphoria

Sydney Sweeney made her acting debut on NBC’s superhero drama Heroes (2019). She was previously featured in series such as Everything Sucks, Sharp Object, and The Handmaid’s Tale as a supporting character. She has since become well-known in Hollywood due to her lengthy depiction.

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Her portrayal of Cassie Howard in HBO’s Euphoria has been praised as outstanding and mind-blowing. She has been heralded not only by critics but also by fans. Since then, everyone who has seen Euphoria has raved about her acting abilities, and she has become a Hollywood sensation.

The actress is slated to join the Spider-Man universe, opposite Dakota Johnson, following her outstanding performance. Sony Pictures revealed Madame Web in February, and it came as a surprise to Spider-Man fans because no one knew anything about the impending feature.

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The film’s screenplay was handed over by screenwriters Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless. They are well-known for their work in the Netflix hit show Lost in Space (2018-2021). They’ve also worked on the upcoming film Morbius.

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