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Uh-Kay! We’re Terrified Of Emma Stone After Watching This New ”Cruella De Vil” Trailer

today17 March 2021

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The Queen of Mean is here. How time flies when three years ago Disney broke the news that La La Land star Emma Stone was set to play the evil fur-wearing, doubled tone hair, Cruella de Vil in a live-action prequel of the classic 1996 movie starring. I mean, we couldn’t really imagine the fun-loving, hilarious and slightly goofy Emma playing such a deliciously wicked character, right? 

 

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Well, until Disney just released a new trailer of Emma in full costume gallivanting around in 1970s London—and uh, we’re kind of terrified. 

Back in February, Disney dropped the first trailer for the long-awaited Cruella, a live-action reimagining of the 101 Dalmatians villain’s origins that we all know and love from our youth. However, we have been blessed with yet another trailer for the film that was released during the Grammys. Checkout below:  

 

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We see a clip of the young villain—then known as Estella—working as a cleaner during the day while conjuring up big fashion plans in her spare time. Emma’s character can be heard saying, “It’s a world of opportunity. And I was meant for more in this life.” She adds, “I want to make art, and I want to make trouble.” After a one-woman riot in a window display, she gathers the attention of a fashion legend called Baroness von Hellman (Emma Thompson).

Thus, this turns out to be the relationship that propels her to become named as the “queen of mean,” transforming into the evil black-and-white-haired Cruella we all know. “I am a woman, hear me roar,” she demands. Okay chills. 

 

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Emma Stone will be joined by an epic cast, including Emma Thompson, Mark Strong, Joel Fry, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Emily Beecham, and Paul Walter Hauser. The film was once scheduled for release in 2020, but then it was later bumped to May 2021 (thanks to Covid!).

Written by: Aqilah Najwa


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