Sydney Sweeney's Spider-Woman Poster
Marvel and Sony's latest Madame Web promotion included Sydney Sweeney's first poster for her character of Julia Carpenter/Spider-Woman.
However, this new poster is the first solely dedicated to the star and her role of Julia Carpenter; and, like the other posters Sony and Marvel released, is completely black-and-white except for her eyes.
Of these five new posters, Dakota Johnson's differs in that she's facing forward as opposed to the side or at an angle.
This is likely because Johnson is playing Madame Web's titular character, Cassandra "Cassie" Webb, whose clairvoyant abilities allow her to see future events.
In the comics, Anya Corazon is Spider-Girl and goes by the name Araña when in costume.
Like Sydney Sweeney's Julia Carpenter, Mattie Franklin is also known as Spider-Woman in the comics. However, O'Connor's Franklin is considered the third hero to bear the mantle.
From what has already been revealed about Madame Web, Sims was an explorer alongside Cassandra Webb's mother who was researching spiders in the Amazon Rainforest before her death.
Possessing spider powers of his own, Sims sports a black Spider-Man suit and is actively pursuing women who could become Spider-Woman.
What Madame Web Means For Cinema's Spider Heroes
While this batch of new promotional material isn't the first fans have seen of Madame Web's core cast, they are a reminder that Sony's new Spidey film features five stars, including Sydney Sweeney, with Spider-related identities.
And, while subtle, the difference between Dakota Johnson's poster and the rest represents how Cassandra Web sees the future and their roles within it.
The real question Spider-Man fans are asking is how this film will contribute to future plans for Sony's Spider-Man Universe and potentially cinema's other web-heads, including those within the MCU.
Hopefully, audiences will leave with more answers than questions when Madame Web swings into theaters next month.
Madame Web arrives in theaters on Wednesday, February 14.