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Madame Web and the Marvel Mavens: Unmasking the Unnamed

Step into the realm of Marvel's movie magic, where the unconventional reigns supreme. Madame Web has spun a web of surprises, deviating from the norm ...

Jordan Gerblick Feb 14, 2024
Madame Web and the Marvel Mavens: Unmasking the Unnamed


Step into the realm of Marvel's movie magic, where the unconventional reigns supreme. Madame Web has spun a web of surprises, deviating from the norm with its indie-style production, sneaky Easter eggs, and a team of enigmatic superheroes without a proper name. As we delve into this extraordinary tale, let's uncover the secrets behind the scenes, the mystical group's amusing moniker, and the quest for a superhero identity.

1: The Mysterious Madame Web and Her Spider-Folks

In the comics, Madame Web is known as a cryptic mentor, guiding various Spider-Folks on their heroic journeys. In the movie, she assembles a unique team of Spider-Women, portrayed by Celeste O'Connor, Sydney Sweeney, and Isabela Merced. These talented actresses bring the characters of Mattie Franklin, Julia Cornwall, and Aña Corazón (also known as Araña) to life. However, this extraordinary team is missing one crucial element: a real name.

2: The Birth of the Boo Crew

Curiosity piqued, I couldn't resist asking the trio if they had a name for their superhero squad. With excitement in their voices, they revealed their secret group chat name: "the Boo Crew." The origin story of this moniker involved matching sweaters, Halloween festivities, and an overload of cuteness that made their hearts flutter. However, the name Boo Crew may have some unintended interpretations that could be a bit tricky.

3: Boo-ing Their Way to Victory

The mischievous implications of the Boo Crew's name didn't escape the actresses' notice. Sydney Sweeney playfully quipped that everyone would start booing when they entered the fight. While the Boo Crew has its charm, it might face resistance from the higher-ups at Sony and Marvel. Despite the unlikelihood, I couldn't help but inquire if they had considered pitching the name or any other ideas. Their response was a resounding no, as sanity prevailed, but they did brainstorm some alternatives.

4: Unmasking the Spidey Sisters

The creative wheels continued to turn, and new suggestions emerged from the minds of our superhero squad. Sydney Sweeney kick-started the brainstorming session with "Spidey Sisters," a name that resonated with the group. Isabela Merced chimed in, craving something cute and catchy like the Cheetah Girls, Destiny's Child, or the iconic Spice Girls. Inspired by the camaraderie and sisterly bond, Celeste O'Connor proposed "The Spidey Girls," which received unanimous approval.

5: Dakota Johnson's Curiosity

In a separate interview, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dakota Johnson, the actress portraying the enigmatic Madame Web. Intrigued by the superhero squad's name, I shared the tale of the Boo Crew group text. With a warm smile and a chuckle, Johnson confessed that she wasn't part of that exclusive chat but was eager to learn their chosen moniker.


Madame Web weaves a spellbinding narrative, boldly venturing beyond the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This daring venture introduces a team of superheroes without a name, leaving us eagerly anticipating their heroic exploits. While the Boo Crew may not be the ultimate choice, the Spidey Sisters or The Spidey Girls embody the spirit of friendship and empowerment that defines their captivating characters. As we immerse ourselves in the world of Madame Web, let's celebrate the creativity, camaraderie, and the birth of a remarkable team that will undoubtedly leave its mark on the Marvel universe.