Sony Pictures releases debut trailer for Madame Web, a new superhero movie set to hit theaters on February 16, 2024.
Madame Web is part of the Spider-Man cinematic universe but is described as a "standalone origin story" about the mutant Cassandra Webb and her clairvoyant powers.
S.J. Clarkson, director of Jessica Jones, leads Sony's first female-led Marvel movie, with Dakota Johnson starring as Madame Web and Sydney Sweeney as Julia Carpenter/Spider-Woman.
The trailer introduces a four-women team-up and the Spider-Man-like villain Ezekiel "Zeke" Sims, played by Tahar Rahim.
Madame Web's clairvoyant powers are showcased as she appears to redo a fight after foreseeing a defeat.
IGN's feature delves into why Sony's latest Spider-Man spinoff may not be what it seems, providing additional insights.
The movie's synopsis reveals a suspense-driven thriller starring Dakota Johnson as a paramedic with possible clairvoyant abilities, navigating revelations about her past and forming bonds with three young women.
Madame Web is one of several Spider-Man spinoffs in the works at Sony, including Kraven the Hunter, Venom 3 with Tom Hardy, El Muerto, and Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse.
Sony's movie lineup also includes Morbius, starring Jared Leto as the vampire anti-hero, which was released last year.
Stay tuned for more updates on Madame Web and the expanding Spider-Man movie universe.