Dakota Johnson Admits She's Not a Big Marvel Fan After Failing to Name a Single Tom Holland 'Spider-Man' Movie

“The last one is, um…The Goblet of Spider-Man?"

Dakota Johnson admits she's not a big Marvel movie fan after failing to name a single Tom Holland 'Spider-Man' movie.
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While Dakota Johnson is the latest Hollywood A-lister to make her Marvel superhero debut, that doesn't necessarily mean she is an avid viewer of the high-budget films.

In her most recent film, Madam Web, Johnson plays Cassandra Webb, a hero with clairvoyant powers. The story takes place in the same cinematic universe as Holland's Spider-Man films, prompting MTV's Josh Horowitz to ask the Fifty Shades of Grey star to accurately name all three.

"'Spider-Man: Here He Comes!' That's number one," Johnson not-so-confidently guessed. "'Spider-Man: And He's Back.' And the other one, the last one, is ... uh... 'The Goblet of Spider-Man.' 'Harry Spider-Man and the Goblet of Man.'"

Close... I guess? A for effort, as they say.

To be fair, prior to attempting to name all three Holland Spider-Man films Johnson did admit that she has seen all of "4%" of all the Marvel Superhero movies to date.

"Which is. like 15 minutes of one," she joked. (Accurate!)

For the record and the uninitiated (including you, Johnson): The correct titles of all three Holland films are Spider-Man: HomecomingSpider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Given her guesses, it's clear that Johnson is more of a Harry Potter fan... an assumption she quickly confirmed.

Dakota Johnson poses during the red carpet for the movie "Madame Web" at Cinemex Antara Polanco on February 13, 2024.

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"I love Harry Potter," she said, adding that it is "totally" her thing.

"I agreed to go to Boarding School for one year—well, I was supposed to go for four years—but I agreed to go because I thought it was going to be like Hogwarts," she added. "Rude awakening—there are no nuns at Hogwarts."

Johnson also shared that she is officially a Ravenclaw, though MTV's Horowitz (and the rest of us) assumed she was a Slytherin.

"Did you say I'm definitely Slytherin?" she asked. "You said that? That's f****** crazy."

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