Emma Stone brings to life the devout of fashion and the suffering of others Cruella de Vil in a prequel which, in the style of ‘Maleficent’, will narrate the origins of the villain from ‘101 Dalmatians’. However, the trailer doesn’t point so much to typical Disney fairytale romanticism as to a reworking of its ‘wackiness’ style.Birds of prey‘. The connection to Harley Quinn, halfway between psychotic dementia and punk flamboyance, is crystal clear.
The film will hit theaters on May 28 if it does not undergo any of the changes that so many 2021 premieres are experiencing due to the pandemic. In any case, will tell of the origins of Cruella with a very special setting: London in the late seventies, which will perhaps make the city’s punk explosion inspire his clothing. The first featured poster for the film, with Emma’s “A” circled, leaves little doubt in that regard. There he will meet Baroness von Hellman (Emma Thompson), and the professional rivalry between the two will unleash his worst instincts.
A villain with personality
Cruella de Vil (Estella de Vil before the transformation) was not born in the historic Disney animated film of 1961, but in a previous novel from 1956. There the villainy and delicious madness of this woman that we will see here was already pointed out take your first steps. It is not the first time that Cruella leaves the world of animation: Glenn Close already brought it to life in the two very funny live-action versions of the animated film with which Disney anticipated the avalanche of adaptations that would arrive a few years later.
For now, the trailer captures the mood of the fascinating and repulsive original villain, and the presence of Craig Gillespie (‘Me, Tonya’) as director, is also an incentive. Now we only have to pray that there are no motivations such as lost loves or unfathomable betrayals here., like those that justified the evil of ‘Maleficent’, and Disney throws himself without a net at the mischievous, anarchic and devastating unpredictable personality of Harley Quinn. Places to dream …
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