During SNL, Sydney Sweeney makes fun of Madame Web bombing.

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Sydney Sweeney made a joke about Madame Web’s Saturday Night Live monologue failing to make an impact in theatres. Sydney Sweeney hosted Saturday Night Live on Saturday evening. The recent bombing of Madame Web, in which Sweeney plays a major part, precedes the appearance. When Sweeney made her debut, she alluded to the film’s dismal box office success by saying, “You might have seen me in Anyone But You or Euphoria… you definitely did not see me in Madame Web.”

Sweeney makes a valid argument; when Madame Web debuted in theatres, it significantly underperformed. It is predicted to bring in less than $3 million at the box office during its third weekend in theatres. The movie has made $80 million globally in the weeks since its release, but Sony will lose a lot of money on it because the budget was allegedly above $100 million in addition to additional marketing expenses. Even worse for the film is that it received a lot of negative reviews and has a 13% bad score on bad Tomatoes. Sydney Sweeney seemed to have relished the opportunity to film Madame Web, for what that’s worth. In an earlier interview for the YouTube series Hot Ones, she described the bizarre feeling she had when she put on the Spider-Woman costume for the first time.

“In addition to showing us sketches, we had this very neat body scan done so they could obtain a complete 3D measurement of us. “Oh my god, that’s so cool,” she remembered thinking. “I felt like a real superhero when I put it on since it had like complete 3D drawings of our features. The best thing ever was that.” SJ Clarkson directed Madame Web, which was scripted by Clarkson, Burk Sharpless, Matt Sazama, and Claire Parker. As the lead role of the title character, Dakota Johnson was joined by Sydney Sweeney, Isabela Merced, Celeste O’Connor, Tahar Rahim, Mike Epps, Emma Roberts, and Adam Scott in the cast. The official summary for the movie is, “Madame Web tells the standalone origin story of one of Marvel publishing’s most enigmatic heroines, breaking away from the typical genre.” Dakota Johnson plays Manhattan paramedic Cassandra Webb in the suspenseful thriller. Webb may be clairvoyant. She develops relationships with three young ladies who are destined for great futures—if they can all survive a terrible present—after being forced to face facts about her history.”

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