Dakota Johnson eagerly anticipates the release of her upcoming superhero action thriller, “Madame Web.”
In “Madame Web,” Johnson portrays Cassandra Webb, a Manhattan paramedic who discovers she possesses the ability to foresee the future. As she grapples with this newfound power, she embarks on a journey to alter destiny, all while confronting her own mysterious past. Alongside three young women with intertwined fates, she must navigate a perilous present to secure a brighter future.
Reflecting on her character, Johnson remarked, “In this film, we delve into Madame Web’s origin story. We witness Cassie’s transformation into Madame Web, starting from her youth. Unlike her portrayal in the comics, where she eventually becomes an elderly woman afflicted with a neurodegenerative disease, here, she’s a paramedic—an everyday hero, an independent and multifaceted woman.”
Directed by SJ Clarkson, “Madame Web” boasts a stellar cast including Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps, Emma Roberts, and Adam Scott. The film is slated for release on February 16th.
Meanwhile, Johnson, known for her role in “The Office,” recently shared humorous anecdotes about her experience filming the series finale. Recalling her time on set during a segment on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” she jokingly described it as “the worst time” of her life. Despite her love for the show, Johnson found herself unexpectedly immersed in the finale’s production for two weeks, despite having a minimal presence in the episode.
During the interview, Johnson candidly shared her observations of the set dynamics and the mixed emotions surrounding the conclusion of the beloved series. Her anecdotes shed light on the behind-the-scenes atmosphere during the filming of “The Office” finale, which aired on NBC in May 2013.