Dakota Johnson hasn't seen 'Madame Web'

Dakota Johnson still hasn't seen her new movie “Madame Web,” which premiered Wednesday, but not for the reasons people seem to think.

Johnson's confession a clip from an interview with Magic FMis circulating on social networks, with some interpreting his decision not to see the film as indifference. After all, the actor is known to bring a nonchalant yet charming attitude. interviews.

But Johnson's resistance to seeing herself on screen has its origins elsewhere.

“For me, it's a way to not have an existential crisis,” Johnson said in his interview with Magic FM. “Not watching my movies is like taking care of myself.”

At premieres, he said, he will grace the red carpet and then go to dinner.

As for “Madame Web,” “I don't know when I'll see her,” Johnson said, pausing. “Some day.”

“Madame Web,” based on a Marvel Comics heroine of the same name, stars Johnson as a New York-based paramedic named Cassie Webb. Cassie develops psychic abilities after a near-death experience, then discovers that she must use her newfound powers to protect three girls (Sydney Sweeney, Isabela Merced and Celeste O'Connor) from being pursued by a villain named Ezekiel Sims (Tahar). Rahim).

Just as Cassie is a kind of guardian angel, Johnson herself has become a “big sister” to Sweeney, Merced and O'Connor, her co-stars said.

Johnson takes his sentiment as both an honor and a slight.

“I'm older than them and they make sure I'm aware of that,” he says. told E! Newsand added that her co-stars have a group chat without her, which all three admitted, but not without clarifying that it doesn't reflect how they see Johnson.

Johnson mocked the trio again during an appearance on February 7 in “Late Night with Seth Myers.”

“I love them, and they bother me, and I love them,” he said, protesting, “I'm not that much older than them.”

Still, Sweeney told E! She was a little surprised when she met Johnson for the movie.

“I was so excited. I've been a fan of hers since I was much younger,” the “Anyone but You” actress said, adding that she “could have crashed” a screening of 2015's “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the big Johnson's concert, against his parents' wishes.

Johnson insisted to E! that, despite having a few more years in the business than Sweeney and the others, he didn't need to give them any advice.

“She's an incredible actress,” Dakota said of Sweeney, “and she really has an incredible work ethic.”

With just over a $6 million opening and a Rotten Tomatoes score of 14%, it's unclear if “Madame Web” will get a sequel.

But if they ask Johnson to come back, she will, he told GamesRadar+ and the Inside Total Film podcast.

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