Dakota Johnon on "Madame Web": "I'll probably never do anything like that again"

Dakota Johnson's (34) new superhero film "Madame Web" was neither well received at the box office nor with critics and was even described by some as the "worst superhero film of all time".

Dakota Johnon on "Madame Web": "I'll probably never do anything like that again"

Dakota Johnson's (34) new superhero film "Madame Web" was neither well received at the box office nor with critics and was even described by some as the "worst superhero film of all time". But Johnson himself is now apparently critical of the film. In an interview, the 34-year-old finds clear words about the failure for the first time.

“Making the film was definitely an experience for me,” says the leading actress in an interview with Bustle. "I've never done anything like this before. I'll probably never do anything like this again because I just don't make any sense in this world. And I know that now."

Sometimes in the film industry you get involved in something and then the project develops in a different direction, said Johnson, who had already indicated during the PR tour for the film that the script would change drastically over the course of production have changed. In an interview with "Bustle" she finds even clearer words: "Of course it's not nice to be part of something that is torn to shreds, but I can't say that I don't understand it."

It is “so difficult” to produce films. "And in these big films, decisions are made by committee," explains the actress. “And art is no good when it’s made by committee,” she adds. "Films are made by a filmmaker and a team of artists around him. You can't make art based on numbers and algorithms."

“Madame Web” opened in theaters on February 14th and only grossed around $40 million in the USA and around $50 million outside of North America in the first three weeks. On the collection site Rotten Tomatoes, only twelve percent of the critic reviews were positive.

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