Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney star in first trailer for Spider-Man spinoff Madame Web
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Marvel has finally released the first trailer for Madame Web.
The highly anticipated movie is set to his screens next year and boast an all star cast including Euphoria favorite Sydney Sweeney and Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson.
Emma Roberts and Adam Scott also feature. Check it out:
As it stands, the film only has a short synopsis.
It reads: "Spin-off from Spider-Man centering on a clairvoyant mutant named Madame Web."
So far, the trailer has received mixed reviews with Marvel fans.
"This looks like a YouTube fan film are you serious Sony?!" questioned one person.
"I don't know what to make of this," said a second, as a third added: "Bro the jokes didn’t land the characters feel awkward as in the trailer."
But others expressed their excitement about the upcoming film.
One fan said: "I had no expectation with this movie, but after watching trailer, now i am excited."
Someone else on X wrote: "IM HERE FOR DAKOTA JOHNSON AND SYDNEY SWEENEY, BIG W!!!"
"It's amazing, I can't wait," added another, as someone else hailed it as looking 'dope'.
People also took to social media to share their hopes for the movie and a potential Spider-Man cameo.
"I hope that Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man will appear in the credit scenes according to some rumour," suggested one X user.
Another echoed: "Hope they cameo at least one Spider-Man variant in this."
"Praying we somehow see Andrew in this," a third said of Garfield.
Garfield last starred as Spider-Man in No Way Home, something which shook Marvel fans to the core.
Maguire and Garfield long lied about starring in the film ahead of its release, and had to remain shtum for months on end - despite ongoing speculation.
Speaking to Ellen DeGeneres, the 40-year-old said he had to keep the secret for two years.
"I lied to the internet for two years and it felt great," Garfield admitted at the time.
"It was fun to keep it secret. You know when you’re planning a surprise birthday party for someone and they’re like ‘I hate surprises, is the party happening'."
I mean, if there was anyone you'd want to keep a secret for you, it would be a Golden Globe Award winning actor.
Personally I'd have probably told someone after a week. Oops.