Emma Stone is showing off some wild looks in new footage from Cruella, the upcoming origin story centering on the iconic Disney villain.
New images of Cruella shows the sensitivity of the film’s wild fashion. Emma Stone plays the main character, Estella de Vil, an aspiring fashion designer in London who starts working for Emma Thompson’s Baroness von Hellman. The baroness is the director of a prestigious fashion house in London and CruellaThe latest trailer gave a glimpse into the life of the film’s antagonist. Glenn Close originated the live-action version of Cruella de Vil in the Disney adaptation of 101 Dalmatians and its sequel, but the next movie will give the character a new perspective.
Cruella It is currently scheduled for a May release, when it will hit theaters and Disney + simultaneously. In addition to Stone and Thompson, Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser, Emily Beecham and Mark Strong will appear in the film. First looks Cruella have made comparisons with jesterBut Stone has said that the film is a different origin story, centered in the world of London haute couture.
Oscar-winning costume designer Jenny Beavan’s work was previewed in a new set of images from THAT showing some of the outfits Stone will design and wear in the film. From simple to eclectic, Cruella seeks to make a statement with her outfits and Beavan set out to make sure the outfits were practical and bombastic, reflecting 70s London in the best possible way.
Anyone familiar with Cruella de Vil remembers her for her cruelty and affinity for fashion. It is the driving force behind his villainy in 101 Dalmatians, but Cruella seems to be taking a different approach. Stone’s character will certainly turn into a villain over the course of the film, but she begins the film with great enthusiasm to enter the fashion industry in earnest. Of course, Baroness Thompson is the one who seems to be forcing her to take on the role of the villain that viewers have come to love to hate over the years, but she’ll make her grand entrance in style first.
Beavan has won two Oscars for her work as a costume designer, one in 1986. A room with a view and the other for 2015 Mad Max: Fury Road. CruellaThe wardrobe may be the most ostentatious yet, as it must walk between the theatrical and the modern. From the images above it is clear that at some point, Cruella She will pick up on her affinity for the spotted pattern she’s known to be obsessed with, but the journey there will likely be just as lewd as her previous on-screen appearances.
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