First Madame Web trailer immediately torn to pieces online: “Looks like a fan film”

The first trailer for Sony’s upcoming “Madame Web” film has gone online. Many have been quick to blast the footage, labeling it a “fan film” and already comparing it to films like “Morbius.”

While Sony is committed to releasing more Marvel-based content, the critical response to each of these releases in recent years has been less than positive. Meanwhile, the Morbius film is a film that is constantly remembered and has little success at the box office.

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The next Sony Marvel project, Madame Web, finally released its very first trailer on November 15th and over 20 years ago 5 million views on Sony’s official YouTube channel Many people have already quickly acquired a taste for the upcoming film.

The trailer shows off what the narrative will entail, introducing several Spider-Women and more. However, countless viewers have already started sharing the footage online, with many claiming that the film looks like a “fan trailer” and a “YouTube fan film.”

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Many are already comparing it to Morbius, while others are now once again begging Disney to take full ownership of the Spider-Man characters.

The internet is saying that the Madame Webb movie looks “lame” and asking, “Can Marvel just bring Spider-Man back already?” Like with violence? Then stop all those terrible Spider-Man movies. Take them anyway and fight the lawsuit.”

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The trailer ends by saying that the film is coming soon. However, given the negative reaction online, there is a possibility that the film could be delayed even further into the future due to further reshoots.

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In the new film, Dakota Johnson plays the eponymous Madame Web. In the comics, Madame Web is a psychic who can see into the future. She aids Spider-Man numerous times throughout the comics, although her role as a hero or villain is still up for debate in the community.

The cast also includes Sydney Sweeney and Adam Scott. The former appears to be playing Julia Carpenter, the second woman to take on the role of Spider-Woman in the comics.

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Julia is injected with spider venom and other plant extracts by an organization called the Commission, causing her to develop powers very similar to Spider-Man.

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Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a Nytimas U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined Nytimas in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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