Emma Roberts joins cast of ‘Madame Web’ starring Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney

American Horror Story star Emma Roberts has joined the cast of the upcoming film Madame Web, co-starring Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney. Details of Robert’s role in the film are currently under wraps. The lead character Madame Web will be played by Dakota Johnson.

The film is part of the Sony Universe of Marvel Characters, which is the epitome of Sony Picture’s Spider-Man.

For Roberts, this will mark his first Marvel picture after co-producing the upcoming rom-com production of Maybe I Do, starring Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon and Richard Gere. She also continues to be a season to the new seasons of American Horror Story, recently released in American Horror Story: 1984. Roberts also worked in the manufacturing sector as he worked to develop projects that he did not get into. One of his biggest productive credits is in the Netflix series First Kill.

Madame Web has Johnson playing the titular clairvoyant mutant who excelled in predicting the future of Spider-themed superheroes, who not only taught Peter Parker / Spider-Man, but also many generations of heroes he called Spider-Woman. She is suffering from a neuromuscular disorder, myasthenia gravis, which leaves her paralyzed and attached to a life-support system that looks like a spider’s web. Although she has never been seen fighting criminals, she plays an important role as a counsellor.