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Dakota Johnson Discusses Generation Gap with Madame Web Co-Stars: “They Irritated Me”

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BY February 17, 2024

Dakota Johnson delves into the challenges the generation gap poses among her Madame Web co-stars, acknowledging the resulting sense of disconnection during the filming process. In a candid exploration, Johnson elaborates on the nuanced dynamics that emerged on set due to age differences. Despite the perceived disconnect, she expresses genuine affection for her younger co-stars, Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, and Isabela Merced. The actress emphasizes that while there may have been moments of annoyance, there was an overarching sense of camaraderie and sisterhood. This revelation provides insight into the complexity of interpersonal dynamics within the Madame Web ensemble.

Dakota Johnson Opens Up About Generational Differences with Madame Web Co-Stars: “They Annoyed Me”

Dakota Johnson experienced a sense of alienation on the Madame Web set, finding it challenging to establish a connection with her younger co-stars.

In her role as Madame Web, Dakota Johnson, aged 34, co-stars alongside Sydney Sweeney (26), Celeste O’Connor (25), and Isabel Merced (22). During a recent interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Johnson discussed the generational gap with her co-stars. She acknowledged feeling disconnected on set, noting that her younger co-stars would “annoy” her in a specific manner. Despite this, Johnson expressed affection for all three of them.

“I love them. And they annoy me. And I love them,” Johnson said, noting how this was on a “generational level.” She added, ” all the time. Like, every second of the day. I’m not that much older than them.”

They Left Out of Madame Web Group Chat

In another conversation with E! News, Dakota Johnson elaborated on her challenges in establishing a stronger connection with her Madame Web co-stars. She mentioned that Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, and Isabela Merced formed a group chat called “The Boo Crew,” and she wasn’t included. Despite this, Johnson expressed a sense of a “sisterly dynamic” among them, adding a playful remark that her millennial status was likely the reason for not being part of the Gen Z trio’s chat.

“I don’t think they include me,” Johnson said. “I’m older than them, and they make sure that I’m aware of that.”

Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, and Isabela Merced have confirmed the existence of their group chat but clarified that their camaraderie with Dakota Johnson is positive, with no negative sentiments. Sweeney expressed her admiration for Johnson, citing being a fan since her younger years and feeling excitement upon finally meeting her. O’Connor praised Johnson’s grounded, honest, and calm demeanor, noting that her refreshing leadership made the set more comfortable. Merced described Johnson as “like a big sister,” highlighting the positive dynamics within the cast.

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