Disney unveils first poster for Cruella, confirms trailer drops tomorrow
Disney gave followers a deal with this morning with the primary official poster for CRUELLA, their new crime comedy movie based mostly on the character Cruella de Vil, launched in Walt Disney’s 1961 animated movie 101 Dalmations. The disclosing of the poster additionally got here with the information that we’ll be getting the primary trailer tomorrow!
Disney took to their official Twitter web page to debut the poster which options star Emma Stone channeling the character in full-on black & white glory. It is truthfully a reasonably strong piece of key artwork and shows that Stone could have no downside embodying the live-action model of the character. The caption of Twitter reads “Hello, Cruel World. New Trailer Tomorrow.” You may try the Twitter post beneath!
Whats up, Merciless World. New Trailer Tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/kWXxbjaF4b
— Disney (@Disney) February 16, 2021
Directed by Craig Gillespie, Cruella is set in Seventies London and finds younger clothier Estella de Vil (Emma Stone) changing into obsessive about canine’ skins, particularly Dalmations till she finally turns into a ruthless and terrifying legend generally known as Cruella. The movie additionally stars Emma Thompson, Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser, Emily Beecham, and Mark Robust. Glenn Shut, who performed the titular character within the 1996 live-action remake and its sequel, is on board as an government producer.
Cruella was initially slated for launch on December 23, 2020, however was delayed till Could 28, 2021. This stays the discharge date as of this writing and whereas a theatrical launch continues to be being promoted, there are some studies that the movie might see the same launch as Mulan with a theatrical debut in addition to on Disney+ by way of streaming for a premium payment.
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