It's safe to say that 'Madame Web' won't go down in the history books as one of cinema's greatest accomplishments.

The superhero film, which stars Dakota Johnson, has been roundly panned by critics and has also flopped at the box office, for good measure.

And it's clear that Johnson is doing everything within her power to distance herself from the film, if the promo tour that she's been on in recent weeks is anything to go by.

Johnson plays the titular character, who in the Marvel comics is a mutant who possesses psychic sensory powers including telepathy, clairvoyance, and prescience. In the film, she plays an FDNY paramedic who is gravely injured in an accident and awakens to find that she has clairvoyant abilities.

However, the actress has admitted several times in recent interviews that even she has not seen the finished film, telling one interviewer "I don’t know when I’ll see it. Someday", and asking another "Did you see the movie? I haven’t. You know more about it than me."

Johnson was a guest on SNL at the weekend, where she described the film as "kind of like if AI generated your boyfriend’s perfect movie."

She previously described the process of making the film as 'psychotic'.

'I’ve never really done a movie where you are on a blue screen, and there’s fake explosions going off, and someone’s going, ‘Explosion!’ and you act like there’s an explosion," she said. 'That to me was absolutely psychotic. I was like, ‘I don’t know if this is going to be good at all.’ I hope that I did an OK job."