Sony Pictures pulls MADAME WEB from theaters because it fails harder than MORBIUS

After just five weekends in theaters, Sony Pictures threw in the towel Mrs. Web, and they took it out of theaters. The film received the worst reviews and very disappointing box office. In fact, the film was a bigger flop than Morbius.

Mrs. Web ended its theatrical run with just $43 million in North America, which was $30 million less than Morbius made in 2022. It was a tough situation for Sony, and it could have been avoided if those executives at Sony, like Tom Rotham, have made better decisions. That firm needs smarter people with common sense making decisions.

They got it Kraven the Hunter AND Venom: The Last Dance coming soon, and with Sony’s track record with their live-action Marvel movie, I don’t expect much from them. It’s so crazy to me that they haven’t learned anything from their mistakes over the years.

Mrs. Web arrived digitally last week and, as expected, has since been ridiculed on social media.

Mrs. Web Guide Dakota Johnson she said she is “not surprised that things turned out the way they did.” She added: “It was definitely an experience for me to have [Madame Web]. I had never done anything like this before. I’ll probably never do something like that again because I don’t make sense in that world. And now I know.”

He continued, “But sometimes in this industry, you sign up for something, and it’s one thing and then as you make it, it becomes a completely different thing, and you’re like, ‘Wait, what? ‘ But it’s been a real learning experience, and obviously it’s not nice to be part of something that’s been torn to shreds, but I can’t say I don’t understand.”

Sony Pictures’ executive decision-making team needs an overhaul.

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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