Dakota Johnson's movie 'Madame Web' to be released in Korea in February
Dakota Johnson's movie 'Madame Web' to be released in Korea in February
The movie 'Madame Web' (directed by SJ Clarkson) will be released in Korea in February.

'Madame Web' is a Marvel drama that depicts the process of Cassie Webb, a paramedic who is able to see the future in an accident, faces a fate woven like a spider's web, and is reborn as Madame Web, a hero who will save the world against the Sims, an enemy with the same precognitive ability. NEW hero drama. Director SJ Clarkson, who has been recognized for his solid directing skills through works such as 'Heroes' and 'Dependence', took charge of directing.

Actress Dakota Johnson of the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' series, 'Suspiria', 'My First Superstar', and 'Lost Daughter' and 'Once Upon a Time...' Sydney Sweeney of 'In Hollywood', Isabella Merced of 'Transformers: The Last Knight', 'Sicario: Day of the Soldado', and Celeste O'Connor of 'Freaky Death Day' will appear.

The teaser poster shows Dakota Johnson as Madame Web, wearing a red coat contrasting with white spider webs and a suit hidden within it. Dakota Johnson said she tried her hand at a hero film for the first time in her life.

The teaser trailer depicts a situation where Cathy Webb, an ordinary paramedic in New York, gains the ability to see the future in an accidental accident. In particular, from the process of being reborn as Madame Web, she is depicted facing a powerful enemy, Ezekiel Simms, who has the same abilities as herself. With a sense of duty as a paramedic, Cathy Webb sees the future of the three students who were mysteriously killed by Simms, and her anticipation rises as she saves them.

Reporter Ha-neul Lee, Ten Asia greenworld@tenasia.co.kr translated by google