EntertainmentDakota Johnson Finds Humor and Challenge Among Gen Z Co-Stars

Dakota Johnson Finds Humor and Challenge Among Gen Z Co‑Stars

Dakota Johnson Finds Humor and Challenge Among Gen Z Co-Stars
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5:57 AM EST, February 16, 2024

On February 14, "Madame Web," the new Marvel superhero film, premiered in cinemas. The cast included famous actresses such as Dakota Johnson, Celeste O'Connor, Isabela Merced, and Syndey Sweeney, most recently known from "Anyone but You." The oldest of them, Johnson, recently joked about Generation Z and how the younger actresses from "Madame Web" annoy her.

The remaining three actresses, Celeste O'Connor, Isabela Merced, and Syndey Sweeney, all represent Generation Z, 25, 22, and 26 years old, respectively. Johnson is 34.

The actress recently appeared on "Late Night with Seth Myers," where she was asked about the relationship between a millennial and Gen Z. "I love them. And they annoy me. And I love them!" Johnson answered.

Further, the actress explained that they are annoying on the level of different ways of experiencing life, and she admitted that she felt the oldest every second of being on set with them. "I’m not that much older than them," Dakota Johnson concluded.

Madame Web is a new Marvel film about a young Manhattan paramedic, Cassandra Webb, who learns she has extraordinary clairvoyant powers. Despite a good cast, the film received quite negative reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, Madame Web has an Audience Score of only 55%, and only 13% of users rated the movie as good.

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