Madame Web Co-stars Bond Over Being Ignored By Dakota Johnson For 2 Years as Film Takes More Hits Due To Her Recent Behavior

Dakota Johnson's Madame Web Co-stars Bonded Over This One Thing During an Interview

Madame Web Co-stars Bond Over Being Ignored By Dakota Johnson For 2 Years as Film Takes More Hits Due To Her Recent Behavior


  • Madame Web co-stars bonded over being ignored by co-star Dakota Johnson.
  • Sydney Sweeney, Isabela Merced and Celeste O'Connor did not get a response from Johnson on text.
  • Johnson has attracted a fair share of negative attention towards Madame Web.
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Madame Web is the talk of the town at the moment. Despite its poor impression on the critics and its lackluster performance at the box office, the movie has created a significant amount of buzz among cinephiles. Apart from the fact that the movie is the newest addition to Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, Dakota Johnson being in the lead role also attracted a fair amount of attention.


Although the movie is not performing too well on the critical and commercial front, the press tour for the movie has fans pretty hooked. The promotional interviews for the film are as chaotic as they can be, and fans are all here for it. In a recent interview, Dakota Johnson’s co-stars bonded over the fact that none of them got a reply from the actress when they texted her.

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Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced in Madame Web

Dakota Johnson’s Co-stars Bonded Over Being Ignored by Her

Sony’s Madame Web continues to be in the same timeline as the two Venom films and Morbius. The movie follows Cassandra Webb confronts her past as she tries to save three young women, Julia Carpenter (Sydney Sweeney), Mattie Franklin (Celeste O’Connor), and Anya Corazon (Isabela Merced), from Ezekiel Sims (Tahar Rahim). The film also marks S. J. Clarkson’s directorial debut.

Celeste O'Connor, Dakota Johnson, Isabela Merced, and Sydney Sweeney in Madame Web
Celeste O’Connor, Dakota Johnson, Isabela Merced, and Sydney Sweeney in Madame Web

The movie introduced a brand-new squad of female superheroes with Sweeney’s Julia Cornwall, O’Connor’s Mattie Franklin, and Merced’s Anya Corazon. Working so closely together led the actresses to form a strong bond with each other. However, the same could not be said about Dakota Johnson, at least not when it came to replying to her co-stars’ texts.

While playing MTV Yearbook for MTV UK, Madame Web co-stars Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, and Isabela Merced were asked who would leave them on read during a textual conversation. O’Connor said: “Dakota definitely left me on read.”

The Euphoria actress chimed in to say that Johnson did not reply to her. Merced then claimed that it had been two years of working together, but the Fifty Shades of Gray actress had not replied to her.


Dakota Johnson Might be Causing Issues for Madame Web‘s Publicity

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Dakota Johnson in Madame Web

Dakota Johnson is ever-known for her out-of-the-box humor. She has admitted that press junkets and journalists do not go well with her. As is tradition, her doing different interviews to promote Madame Web has landed her in a difficult position.

It all started when Johnson announced her involvement in the movie on Instagram in a now-deleted post and tagged both Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios. This led to people concluding that she might have been tricked into believing that she was going to be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

As of recent, Johnson dissed her movie during her SNL Monologue, when she said this referring to the cast of popular actresses:


“It’s kind of like if AI generated your boyfriend’s perfect movie.”

In addition to this, her inability to name any of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man movies during her interview with MTV also did not escape the notice of the tabloids. Her interactions with journalists regarding her movie were also criticized for lacking enthusiasm.

Madame Web hit the theaters on February 14, 2024.


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