Oh. My. Gay. God. In. Heaven. Disney have dropped the trailer for upcoming live-action movie Cruella – and it looks so so good.
Check it out below:
In the trailer, Emma Stone plays Cruella de Vil, complete with the iconic black and white hair.
“From the very beginning I realised I saw the world differently to everyone else,” it begins.
“That didn’t sit well with some people. But I wasn’t for everyone. I guess they were always scared that I’d be… a psycho.”
The movie is set in the years prior to Cruella becoming the puppy stealing villain she is today and serves as a prequel to 101 Dalmatians, set in the 1970s, telling the story of Cruella before she decides upon a life of crime.
Disney teased fans this week by releasing a poster of the movie – featuring Emma as Cruella – via their Twitter. It read: “Hello, Cruel World. New Trailer Tomorrow.”
Alongside Emma Stone, Emma Thompson will play the Baroness, the head of a fashion house in London. Meanwhile, Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser, Emily Beecham and Mark Strong will also star.
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