During the past few hours, the team of Walt Disney Studios has released to its wide audience some new content on their upcoming live-action based on Cruella: first went online on their Youtube channel on second official trailer of the film, we were also able to enjoy a poster which sees our beloved Emma Stone as the protagonist, who in this case we see in very elegant clothes.
Within the new 2-minute movie released, several scenes have been inserted that include the crazy and ruthless adventures of the bad girl Cruella De Mon - also present in the first trailer and in the new poster -, played by the famous Disney villain Emma Stone . In addition to this, in reality the main focus of the video is centered on some details that we did not know before related to the story, set in a fascinating London in the 70s, in full punk-rock revolution.
Estella, a girl of humble origins who works as a stylist for the ruthless Baroness von Hellman - performed by Emma Thompson - initially manages to amaze her thanks to her fantastic ideas. However, later, due to a clash between the two, Estella takes the name of Cruella and completely upsets her life. From the trailer you can also understand what role the famous will have Dalmatian: in essence they will be the dogs of the baroness and Cruella seems to intend to kidnap them, perhaps to blackmail the woman or to have some advantage over her.
For those who still do not know, this is the prequel of "The 101 Dalmatians" directed by Craig Gillespie, released simultaneously in theaters and on Disney + with Premier Access starting next Friday, May 28, 2021. Obviously, VIP access on the platform requires an additional additional cost compared to the classic subscription. In addition to the two women previously mentioned in the cast Mark Strong, Paul Walter Hauser, Joel Fry, Emily Beecham and Kirby Howell-Baptiste are also present.
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