Madame Web: Dakota Johnson Embraces Psychotic Marvel CGI Experience in Mind-Blowing Superhero Film

LOS ANGELES, CA – Dakota Johnson, known for her roles in “Fifty Shades of Grey” and “Suspiria,” is taking on a new challenge in the upcoming Marvel film, “Madame Web.” The actress recently opened up about her experience filming the movie and the unique demands it presented.

Directed by S.J. Clarkson, “Madame Web” is set in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe and relies heavily on CGI effects to bring the universe to life. This was a departure from Johnson’s previous work and she described the experience as “absolutely psychotic.”

In an interview with EW, Johnson admitted that she had never before worked on a film where she was surrounded by blue screens and had to react to fake explosions. She expressed her initial doubts about the project, hoping that she had done an adequate job. However, Johnson trusted Clarkson and praised her dedication to the film.

In “Madame Web,” Johnson plays the role of Cassie Webb, a paramedic who starts having visions of the future. Initially hesitant about taking on a superhero role, Johnson was drawn to the character’s powers. She wanted to see a young woman whose superpower is her mind, and saw this as an opportunity to bring that vision to life on screen.

The cast of “Madame Web” features an ensemble of talented actors, including Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps, Emma Roberts, Adam Scott, and Zosia Mamet. The film is set to hit theaters on February 14.

Johnson’s portrayal of Cassie Webb in “Madame Web” marks a new chapter in her acting career. As she navigates the challenges of working in a CGI-heavy film, she continues to push herself and explore different roles. Fans eagerly await the release of “Madame Web” to see Johnson’s interpretation of this unique superhero.