The cast of the upcoming Spider-Man spinoff movie Madame Web has added Adam Scott. The actor is best recognised for his comedic appearances; he has been in both the Will Ferrell comedy Step Brothers and the adored cult series Party Down. Scott also had a starring role in the wildly popular sitcom Parks and Recreation, which he joined in season 2 and stayed with through the end as a key character and Leslie Knope’s potential love interest.
Scott, on the other hand, has recently begun to break free from his stereotype as a comedian, making appearances in shows like the sci-fi workplace drama Severance on Apple TV+ and the HBO murder mystery Big Little Lies. Scott has officially joined the cast of Madame Web, according to Deadline. The character he is portraying is currently unknown, just like the characters of every other cast member except Johnson. It is unclear at what point in the production Scott will join his new co-stars on set because the project is presently shooting in Boston, Massachusetts, with more shoots scheduled for this fall in New York City and Mexico.
Scott will have the opportunity to make a big-budget blockbuster appearance in this movie. Despite having roles in widely seen movies like The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Krampus, and Hot Tub Time Machine 2, most of his comedic roles have been in mid-range productions. They haven’t given him the opportunity to gain the kind of experience Madame Web will provide by taking part in a significant theatrical tentpole.
An impressive cast, including Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced, Tahar Rahim, Emma Roberts, and Mike Epps, has been assembled for the upcoming movie Madame Web. Scott will have the opportunity to make a big-budget blockbuster appearance in this movie.
They haven’t given him the opportunity to gain the kind of experience Madame Web will provide by taking part in a significant theatrical tentpole.has been assembled for the upcoming movie Madame Web. It is the newest instalment in Sony’s Spider-Man comic book villain movie universe, which has a tenuous connection to the characters in the Tom Holland Spider-Man movies from the MCU.
Johnson plays the title role in the movie, which will be the sequel to the series’ infamous flop Morbius. Johnson is a clairvoyant who has access to the spider universe. S.J. Clarkson is directing the movie, which is scheduled to hit theatres on July 23, 2023. He has previously directed episodes of the television series Succession, Bates Motel, and the Marvel Netflix crossover The Defenders.