Sydney Sweeney Joins Dakota Johnson In Sony’s Madame Net

With the field workplace success of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the triumphant returns of Spideys previous in Spider-Man: No Manner House, and the upcoming launch of Morbius promising followers some extra webhead-related stream crossing, issues are wanting up for the as soon as ailing SPUMC — or Sony Footage’ Universe of Marvel Characters, in the event you choose. And the long run for Sony’s personal Spiderverse is wanting brighter by the day.

Final month we discovered that Dakota Johnson, recent off the pageant circuit with Netflix status drama The Misplaced Daughter, is in talks to star because the lead in Sony’s upcoming Madame Net, a movie scripted by Misplaced In Area writers Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless with S.J. Clarkson aboard to direct. And now we’re getting information that Euphoria breakout star Sydney Sweeney is getting in on the motion for what shall be Sony’s first female-centred superhero providing.

Having lit up our screens in HBO’s excessive school-set smash hit whereas making memorable appearances in each erotic thriller The Voyeurs and Blumhouse horror Nocturne, Sweeney is quickly turning into probably the most talked about names within the enterprise, and the prospect of her teaming up with Johnson is a dizzying one to say the least.

As for her function in Madame Net, which already seems set to separate from comedian canon – Dakota Johnson doesn’t fairly match the comics’ depiction of a silver-haired, principally motionless psychic outdated woman in an online — nothing has been confirmed as of but. However, whereas we’ve already seen Gwen Stacy in each The Superb Spider-Man duology and Into The Spider-Verse, it wouldn’t be wild to surprise if Sweeney may very well be our third massive display screen Stacy (properly, technically, the fourth – we keep in mind you, Spider-Man 3__’s Bryce Dallas-Howard, we keep in mind!). Dwell-action Spider-Gwen? Sure please! No matter Sweeney’s thriller function finally ends up being, although, it appears SPUMC’s glory days are, er, coming finally.

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