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Move over, Bug Man… there are some new web-slingers around.

Sony has delivered the principal trailer for “Madame Web,” featuring Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney, a tension thrill ride set in the studio's universe of Wonder characters.

Johnson ventures into the main job of Cassandra Webb, a Manhattan paramedic who might have visionary capacities — which permit her to see into the future and the interconnected insect world. In the trailer, she meets and produces an organization with a threesome of young ladies — including Sweeney's Julia Craftsman, who later accepts the responsibility of Arachnid Lady in the comics — to grasp her past and endure the lethal present.

The cast additionally incorporates Isabela Merced, Emma Roberts, Adam Scott, Celeste O'Connor, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps and Zosia Mamet.

After the enormous outcome of Sony Pictures Activity's “Insect Man: Across the Bug Refrain,” it's unmistakable there's as yet a hunger for everything that can wall slither and web swing. “Madame Web” is the most recent part Sony's universe of Wonder Characters, following the arrivals of Tom Tough's “Toxin” (2018), “Toxin: Let There Be Bloodletting” (2021) and Jared Leto's “Morbius” (2022).

Up next for Sony is a third “Toxin” film scheduled for Nov. 8, 2024, and “Kraven the Tracker,” featuring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, on Aug. 30, 2024. “Madame Web” is Sony's most memorable comic book variation that includes a lady in the number one spot job.

SJ Clarkson, who helmed Wonder's “Jessica Jones” and “The Safeguards,” coordinates “Madame Web” from a screenplay she co-composed with Claire Parker. The film swings into theaters on Feb. 14, 2024.

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