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Dakota Johnson Responds to 'Madame Web' Criticism: "I'll Never Do Anything Like It Again" | THR News Video

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Dakota Johnson Responds to 'Madame Web' Criticism: 'I'll Never Do Anything Like It Again' | THR News Video

Dakota Johnson Responds to 'Madame Web' Criticism: "I'll Never Do Anything Like It Again" | THR News Video

Dakota Johnson is sharing what she really thinks about 'Madame Web' and all the criticism the film has received.

When the Sony and Marvel movie was released last month, it flopped at the box office and was bashed by critics and fans alike.

In a new interview, Johnson tells 'Bustle,' "It was definitely an experience for me to make that movie.

I had never done anything like it before.

I probably will never do anything like it again because I don't make sense in that world.

And I know that now."


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