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Emma Stone, Paul Walter Hauser, Joel Fry, Kirby Howell-Baptiste and Mark Strong discuss how Disney's "101 Dalmatians" prequel fits in with Glenn Close, cartoon versions.
During the Grammys, Disney dropped the latest trailer for “Cruella” starring Emma Stone. Before she was the evil villain in “101 Dalmatians,” Cruella de Vil got her start in customer service. Set to an electrified “These Boots Are Made for Walking,” a young, fiery, red-haired Cruella (Emma Stone)— then known as Estella— balances her janitorial […]
Oscar winner Emma Stone plays the younger version of the dog-napping villainess, who at this point in her career is merely an aspiring fashion designer in 1970s London.
To see her is to take a sudden chill. Indeed, in a new poster for “Cruella”, fans are getting a chillingly close look at Emma Stone’s take on one of Disney’s most iconic villains. Hello, Cruel World. New Trailer Tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/UpOkEX07M7 — Cruella (@cruella) February 16, 2021 Seemingly taking inspiration from the fashion magazines that she herself will one day control, the poster spotlights a young Cruella DeVil as an edgy cover girl. Naturally, it sticks to the villain’s black and white motif, with only her name appearing in blood red. The poster marks the first new glimpse of Stone in all her DeVil-ish glory since 2019, when the first images from the film were revealed at the D23 Expo. Here’s your first look at Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil in Disney's Cruella. The film, also starring Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser, and Joel Fry, comes to theaters May 28, 2021. #D23Expo pic.twitter.com/KqxJ0yMYQ3 — Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) August 24, 2019 The images came with the announcement that the film had finally gone into production. Also Read: Emma Stone to Star in Showtime Comedy Series 'The Curse' From Safdie Brothers, Nathan Fielder It’s been a long road for the villainous origin story. “Cruella” was first announced in 2013, but Stone wasn’t cast as its lead until 2016. Production itself didn’t begin for yet another three years, and wrapped in November of 2019. It was originally expected to hit theaters during the 2020 holiday season, but was instead pushed to the summer 2021. The film is set to follow Cruella DeVil through the early ’70s, on her journey to becoming the nefarious fashion designer we know and hate in “101 Dalmatians.” Naturally, the story will be set in London. Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser and Joel Fry are all set to star alongside Stone, as Baroness, Horace and Jasper, respectively. “I, Tonya” director and Disney alum Craig Gillespie is set to direct. Glenn Close, who played Cruella DeVil herself in both the 1996 live-action “101 Dalmatians” and its sequel in 2000, is attached as an executive producer. While the poster doesn’t give a specific date, simply revealing May 2021, it was previously announced that Cruella will premiere on May 28th, 2021. The film’s first trailer will drop on Wednesday, February 17. Read original story Emma Stone’s Cruella Is Ready for Her Close-Up in New Poster At TheWrap
The "Will & Grace" actor has been posting daily Instagram videos filled with hilarious tales of his indoor life, as well as stories culled from his many years in show business.
The long-awaited "Zombieland" sequel arrives in theaters one decade after the original became a cult favorite.
There is no ambiguity in McCain’s post, leading many to react on social media.
George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Robert de Niro have joined a growing protest in Hollywood over plans by Oscars organisers to present cinematography, editing and some other awards during commercial breaks at next week's Academy Awards ceremony. Sandra Bullock, Emma Stone and Jon Hamm also added their names to an open letter signed by directors Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee and Alfonso Cuaron demanding the decision be reversed. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced earlier this week that the Oscars for best cinematography, film editing, short films and makeup/hairstyling would be presented during the commercials in the telecast on February 24. The academy said edited versions of the winner acceptance speeches would be included later in the live broadcast. The plan is part of an effort to make the Oscar telecast shorter and boost television viewership. A total of 24 Oscars are handed out at the Hollywood ceremony. Organisers have pledged to trim its duration by about 40 minutes to three hours this year. But the open letter, signed by more than 50 directors, actors and filmmakers, accused the academy of "relegating these essential crafts to lesser status" and insulting the professionals who work in the four areas. The academy on Wednesday defended the changes, blaming "inaccurate reporting and social media posts" that it said had "understandably upset many Academy members." Some news reports suggested that the winners of the four Oscars would not be included at all on the Oscars telecast. In a letter to its 8,000 members, the academy said representatives of the four branches affected had volunteered to take part in the new plan. "No award category at the 91st Oscars ceremony will be presented in a manner that depicts the achievements of its nominees and winners as less than any others," the academy letter said. The changes were also attacked on Twitter by the likes of Cuaron, who is Oscar-nominated for both cinematography and directing his best-picture contender, Roma. "In the history of CINEMA, masterpieces have existed without sound, without color, without a story, without actors and without music. No one single film has ever existed without CINEMAtography and without editing," the Mexican filmmaker tweeted.
Rosario Dawson has been cast to join original cast members Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, and Abigail Breslin in "Zombieland 2." Variety first reported that Zoey Deutch is also boarding the comedy. Original "Zombieland" director Ruben Fleischer returns to helm following his work on "Venom." Fleischer is re-teaming with original writers Paul Wernick and […]
Awards season is in full swing, which means more opportunities to see your favorite stars glam it up on the silver carpet. Check out what Lady Gaga, Lupita Nyong’o, Sandra Oh and more wore to the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.
During the opening monologue with Andy Samberg, the Killing Eve star poked fun at the lack of Asian-American representation in Hollywood with a well-placed zinger that had fellow nominee Emma Stone screaming. The joke was directed at white actresses like Scarlett Johansson and Emma Stone, who have both faced criticism for playing characters of Asian descent.
Some fans have a bone to pick with the casting and timeline of the upcoming reboot, "Cruella."