Emma Stone brings one of the most iconic Disney villains to life

Emma Stone brings one of the most iconic Disney villains to life

Disney hit big in 2014 by telling the original story of the “Sleeping” villain Maleficent (Angelina Jolie starred in $ 758 million worldwide and led to a poorly performing 2019 sequel), and now Mouse House is hoping for similar luck with “CruellaDeep dive into the young days of the iconic villain Cruella de Vil, “One Hundred and One Dalmatians.” In a big win for the Oscar-winning Disney company Emma Stone He plays the villain in a story set in the London punk scene in the 1970s.

The Disney summary on “Cruella” reads: “In the 1970s in London, young fashion designer Estela de Ville became obsessed with dog skins, especially Dalmatians, until she eventually became a terrifying and ruthless legend known as Cruella.”

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Directed by “Cruella” Craig Gillespie In his follow-up project, “I, Tonya,” for which Alison Janney won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. “I, Tonya” also received Oscar nominations for Best Actress (Margot Robbie) and Best Film Editing, as well as grossing $ 53 million worldwide with a production budget of $ 11 million. Like many independent filmmakers, Gillespie turned his indie movie success into a Disney directorial party. The director last worked with Disney on two projects: “The Finest Hours” and “Million Dollar Arm”, although neither of them achieved much success at the box office.

Join Stone on “Cruella” Emma Thompson, Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser (reunited with Gillespie after “I, Tonya), Emily Beecham, and Mark Strong. Oscar-nominated screenwriter Tony McNamara co-wrote the screenplay.” Cruella “with Dana Fox” from a work story on “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” Allen Broch McKenna, “Fifty Shades of Gray” and “Venom” screenwriter Kelly Marcel and “Togetherness” star Steve Zeisses. Glenn Close, who played Cruella de Vil In Disney’s new 1996 live-action movie “One Hundred and One Dalmatians”, he works as an executive producer on “Cruella.”

“Cruella” is currently scheduled to open in theaters May 28, via Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. The release date may change due to the pandemic, but for now, the film remains dated for the 2021 summer film season. Among other Disney titles slated for summer release at this time is the entry of the Marvel Cinematic Universe “Black Widow”. Watch the movie trailer in the video below.

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