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L'uscita è stata posticipata al 28 maggio 2021.

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messaggio 24/8/2019, 20:34
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Strepitoso primo sguardo a Emma Stone nel ruolo di Crudelia



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messaggio 24/8/2019, 23:53
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Strepitosa per davvero!


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Dal sito Comic Book:

A quick ending for the panel sees Cruella star Emma Stone send a message before the first look at her is revealed. The movie is going to be an origin story. Emma Stone is completely transformed and has her pups on a leash. Big hair, half white, half black.

Quindi hanno mostrato solo l'immagine nulla più.


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messaggio 1/9/2019, 23:50
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Prime immagini dal set con Emma Stone nei panni di Crudelia. Notate che ha mantenuto i capelli rossi (forse sarà prima di avere il look con i capelli bianchi e neri mostrato al D23):

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messaggio 2/9/2019, 13:45
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Neanche il suo rosso naturale. Molto più intenso, mi ha ricordato Kirsten Dunst ai tempi del ruolo di MJ nella trilogia di Spider-Man by Sam Raimi. Bellissime entrambe.

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Ed ecco il primo look della Baronessa interpretata da Emma Thompson:







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messaggio 9/9/2019, 17:10
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CITAZIONE (Daydreamer @ 2/9/2019, 13:45) *
Neanche il suo rosso naturale. Molto più intenso, mi ha ricordato Kirsten Dunst ai tempi del ruolo di MJ nella trilogia di Spider-Man by Sam Raimi. Bellissime entrambe.

credelia de mon che sembra ariwel, piu' di ariel
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messaggio 10/9/2019, 0:23
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CITAZIONE (Fulvio84 @ 9/9/2019, 17:10) *
credelia de mon che sembra ariwel, piu' di ariel
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Sono scelte stilistiche dei realizzatori... ognuno sceglie di fare i film come crede.


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messaggio 20/9/2019, 18:38
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Nuovo ingresso nel cast; data la somiglianza con la Stone, chissà, potrebbe essere la sorella di Crudelia?...

Da Deadline

‘Cruella’: Cannes Best Actress Winner Emily Beecham Joins Disney Live-Action Prequel With Emma Stone

EXCLUSIVE: Cannes Best Actress 2019 winner Emily Beecham (Little Joe) has joined Disney’s live-action prequel Cruella.

About a young Cruella de Vil, the ‘baddie’ from Disney classic 101 Dalmations, the family pic is currently shooting in the UK at Shepperton Studios. Previously announced are Emma Stone as de Vil, Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser and Joel Fry.

Story line and character details are being kept largely under wraps. Craig Gillespie (I, Tonya) is directing and U.S. release date is set for May 28, 2021, Memorial Day weekend. Disney released a fun first look at the movie at D23 this summer.

Rising UK actress Beecham most recently starred with Ben Whishaw and Kerry Fox in drama-sci-fi Little Joe, which played in competition in Cannes and was picked up by Magnolia for U.S distribution. Beecham won the festival’s Best Actress prize for the film which rolls out this autumn and winter.

She is also known for her roles in SXSW comedy-drama Daphne and AMC action-adventure series Into The Badlands. The actress recently starred with Anthony Mackie in Netflix sci-fi Outside The Wire and she has UK feature Sulphur And White upcoming.

Beecham is repped by ICM, Troika and Seven Summits Pictures & Management.




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messaggio 20/9/2019, 19:14
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In effetti somiglia alla Stone e potrebbe essere plausibile che sia sua sorella (magari morsa dal cane o sbranata da un cane e il trauma fa diventare Ella quello che è, cioè Cru-Ella... ahahahahah, scherziamo, lo sapete)... ma quanti anni ha? sui forum americani e francesi i fans si chiedono se sia Anita o no.


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messaggio 20/9/2019, 20:03
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Eh sì, sarebbe logico fosse Anita,dopotutto andavano a scuola insieme,no? È per quello che si conoscono.


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messaggio 20/9/2019, 23:30
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Anita l'ho sempre vista più giovane di Crudelia, almeno a giudicare dal film animato e dalla trasposizione con Glenn Close. Io per Anita mi immaginerei una venticinquenne. Emma Stone ha 30 anni e la Beecham 35.


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messaggio 21/9/2019, 14:52
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Sembra proprio che sia Anita, almeno dai rumors.

Da Twitter:

Q: Anita?

Skyler Shuler: Very likely, yes.



Dal sito The Disinsider:

‘Into The Badlands’ Star Emily Beecham Joins ‘Cruella’ Cast

Emily Beecham, who just recently won Cannes Best Actress 2019 award has joined the cast of Disney’s 101 Dalmatians prequel, Cruella, according to Deadline.

According to the Hollywood trade, it is unknown who the actress will be playing. However, we have heard she will play the role of Anita, who would later go on to be the owner of Perdita.

Beecham joins a cast that includes, Emma Stone as the villain Cruella, Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks) as the Baroness, with Paul Thomas Hauser and Joel Fry as Cruella’s classic henchmen Jasper and Horace.

Further, Dev Patel has been approached for the role of Raj aka Roger, the owner of Pongo, but that has yet to be confirmed at this moment. Glenn Close is on board as a producer on the project.

The film will explore the villainess in 70’s London. Cruella originated in Dodie Smith’s beloved 1956 book, “The Hundred and One Dalmatians.” The role was voiced by Betty Lou Gerson in Walt Disney’s 1961 animated adaptation and played by Close in the 1996 live-action remake, as well as in that film’s 2000 sequel, 102 Dalmatians.

Directed by Craig Gillespie (I, Tonya), Cruella will hit theaters on May 28, 2021.


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messaggio 25/9/2019, 20:40
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Anche l'attrice di colore Kirby Howell-Baptiste si unisce al cast. Considerando l'esempio di "Tesoro" nel live action di "Lilli e il Vagabondo" non mi stupirei se provassero l'ennesimo blackwashing affidando a lei il ruolo di Anita. Dopotutto anche per Rudy si rumoreggia l'attore indiano Dev Patel (che dovrebbe avere un nuovo nome, ovvero "Raj").

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'Killing Eve' Star Kirby Howell-Baptiste Joins 'Cruella'

Emma Stone is set to star as the titular villain in the Disney pic.
Kirby Howell-Baptiste, who is known for supporting turns in The Good Place, Barry and Killing Eve, has joined Disney's Cruella, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Emma Stone will play the titular villain in the film, which is described as an origin story set in the early 1980s with a punk vibe. Emma Thompson is also set to star.

The live-action take will be helmed by I, Tonya director Craig Gillespie. The most recent script comes from Tony McNamara.


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Un articolo interessante (datato ottobre 2018, un anno fa) di ipotesi sul film (ATTENZIONE! si tratta SOLO di speculazioni, di opinioni/desideri/idee, non c'è niente di certo con riferimento al film, ma dati i richiami effettuati al racconto da cui è tratto La Carica dei 101 e ciò che Crudelia è diventata nell'immaginario collettivo, abbiamo inteso farvelo leggere)

Dal sito Mashable:

Could Cruella De Vil’s serial killer grandfather appear in Disney prequel?

Believe it or not, 101 Dalmatians can get way darker than puppy murder—a disturbing fact that might make Disney's upcoming prequel even better than expected.

In January 2016, the first rumors of Emma Stone starring in Disney's Cruella De Vil origin story hit The Hollywood Reporter. And the internet went barking mad.

Black and white fan art plastered Tumblr. Dozens of tweets predicted what fresh hell the fur-wearing witch would raise. And Disney lovers across the board eagerly awaited hitting "purchase" on Fandango.

Then things got... quiet. Following Stone's commitment to the role, director Alex Timbers signed on to helm the project. But plans for a 2017 theatrical release soon came and went. Early 2018 brought new rumors of a 1970s punk rock setting, but confirmed nothing. And, since then, news on the production has been non-existent.

Left chomping at the bit, Cruella fanatics have been digging for clues as to where the prequel might take Disney's most fashionably foul villain. Luckily, Dodie Smith—the original author of The Hundred and One Dalmatians, published in 1956—is here to throw us a bone.

Check out everything Smith's dark novel can tell us about the OG Cruella (and the inspiration she could provide for Emma Stone's looming portrayal) below.

Cruella is related to a serial killer
Here's a fact the original Disney animated children's film wisely left out. According to Smith's telling, Hell Hall, the large Suffolk manor where the puppies are kept after being kidnapped, has always been property of the De Vil family. It was originally owned by a man believed by villagers to be a serial killer.

Loosely implied to be Cruella's grandfather, the fearsome ancestor terrified locals who heard screaming coming from his home late at night and "began to count their children." It’s explained that the town believed this man captured victims whom he would later torture and kill at Hell Hall. Cruella reclaims the house at the time of the events in 101 Dalmatians.

Or she might be a descendant of the devil
What's worse than having a mass murderer for a grandpa? Well, him being an actual demon might do the trick.

Villagers in the novel also claimed the De Vil ancestor had a tail and supernatural powers. When they came to Hell Hall to confront the supposed murderer and burn down his farm house, a "terrific thunderstorm" came out of nowhere and extinguished their torches. Then, the man emerged from the home with bolts of "blue forked lightning" coming from his body. The villagers ran away terrified and the alleged demon was never seen again.

Admittedly, these rumored murders and supposed demonic qualities were reported by an Old English Sheepdog. But "The Colonel" is canonically trustworthy. So, if anyone would know, it's him.

Cruella has a creepy relationship with fire (and weirdly, pepper)
The demon ancestry makes even more sense in the context of Cruella's other quirks in the novel. Throughout the story, Cruella—wearing her "absolutely simple white mink coat"—is constantly cold. She insists on stoking fires in her home round the clock and demonically stares into the flames of a bakery fire at one point.

She also puts an unreal amount of pepper on everything she eats, including some unidentifiable meat she serves the Dearlys. It makes everything so spicy that one of the puppies, Lucky, says she "tasted hot" when he bit her. Talk about ruff rough.

And a history of murdering kittens
44 of them to be exact. Yeah, not awesome for cat lovers.

In the novel, Cruella has a white Persian cat she keeps for its value, but generally seems to abuse. Specifically, Cruella boasts that each time the cat gets pregnant, she drowns her kittens one by one. Her kitten body count rounds out at 44. (It's times like this I'm happy my cat can't read. Or open laptops.)

Thankfully, the Dearlys adopt the cat at the novel's end and promise to find her a husband. So there is some reprieve from this horror, but it takes a minute.

She considered having the puppies cannibalize each other
This is 100% true and 100% horrifying. When Cruella decides to kill off the puppies earlier than anticipated, her henchmen are unsure how to approach the task. So she suggests locking them in a room without food so they would be forced to eat each other. Eat each other.

Why doesn't she go through with this heinous plan, you might ask? Because it would take too long. Good lord, someone put on Airbud. I am not okay.

Turns out, Cruella has always been this way
According to Anita Dearly, Cruella has always been this atrocious. The two went to school together, but were hardly friends considering Anita describes being terrified of her. Their acquaintance was ultimately cut short by Cruella's expulsion. She was caught drinking ink. Gag.

Oh, and that hair? Always been that way too. In primary school, De Vil had two braided pigtails: one black and one white. Sounds like a look Wednesday Addams would have loved.

And her husband is fine with it!
Yep, this woman is married. Mr. De Vil—he took her last name and the novel doesn't include his first—is a furrier, naturally. Building Cruella a fur empire, he speaks very little and seems to obey her every command. The novel likens him to her abused white cat.

At the story's end, when the two are run out of town, Mr. De Vil is forced to go into the production of raincoats. It's a fitting punishment, but, personally, I prefer the fashion business of Glenn Closes's Cruella. I mean, come on: those outfits!

There is an unlikely (but awesome) R-rated movie here
Unlike Angelina Jolie's Maleficent, Dodie Smith's Cruella is totally irredeemable. And that might explain why the planned Disney prequel is taking so long to make. Seriously, how do you make a puppy murderer sympathetic?

That being said, if Disney was willing to take the plunge on creating an adult Cruella, using these horrifying origin details and Emma Stone's acting prowess to build a truly evil presence, we could be in for a horrifying treat.

Sure, this is extremely unlikely. (Let's recall, they even changed the PG-13ish material of Into the Woods.)

But with 50 Shades of Grey screenwriter Kelly Marcel already on board, who knows? We could soon be seeing spots in a whole new light.


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messaggio 15/10/2019, 20:12
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Anche Mark Strong è entrato a far parte del cast, arricchendolo di un nome di un certo rilievo, in un ruolo non ancora precisato. Questa notizia ci è del tutto scappata, essendo essenzialmente legata ad una dichiarazione (poi rilanciata via twitter) dallo stesso Strong a BBC Radio lo scorso settembre.

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Qualcosa mi dice che questo film sarà il "Joker" della Disney. Prevedo una premiere a Cannes e molti applausi per Emma Stone, che nelle commedie dark ( La favorita) da il suo meglio.
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Speriamo in bene, comunque la Stone ha parlato della sua Crudelia quale fosse la versione giovanile di quella di Glenn Close, la cita proprio, come se non fosse un film standalone come Joker, ma fosse strettamente legato alle storie dei primi due film degli anni '90/2000. Chissà, il cast multietnico non sembra confermarlo affatto, probabilmente è una sparata della Stone, il suo desiderio di omaggiare la Close e la sua iconica interpretazione.


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messaggio 16/10/2019, 23:50
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Crediamo che sia un'idea della Stone per fare un parallelismo nostalgico ai film anni '90.
Che sia il nuovo Joker made in Disney? vedremo... Crudelia si presterebbe ad essere un personaggio così sfaccettato...

Ecco cosa ha detto la Stone:

Dal sito ETOnline:

Emma Stone Dishes on Playing Cruella de Vil in New Disney Prequel (Exclusive)

After facing off against the undead on screen twice now, Emma Stone knows exactly what she's going to do if a real zombie outbreak ever goes down.

The Oscar winner walked the red carpet at the premiere of her new horror-comedy, Zombieland: Double Tap, at The Regency Village Theatre in West Hollywood on Thursday, and opened up to ET's Lauren Zima about her own hypothetical survival plan.

"[I'm running] to a boat to go to an island," Stone said, without hesitation. "I feel like it wouldn't have spread to an island and I feel like zombies aren't great swimmers."

In fact, Stone says she's always thought that was a solid idea, and would have been a good plan for the characters in Zombieland.


"I was like, 'Why haven't we done that in the movie?'" Stone joked.

In Zombieland: Double Tap, Stone is reunited with her former co-stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, and Abigail Breslin, as they continue to try to survive in post-zombie-apocalypse America as a small family unit.

"It was just such a blast. I was 20 [when we shot the first Zombieland], it was such a great time in life to get to meet all of these wonderful people and we've all stayed so tight ever since that it just-- it felt like hanging out with my buddies," Stone said of shooting the long-awaited sequel, which is coming out almost exactly 10 years after the original. "I mean, even the director [Ruben Fleischer] is one of my closest friends, so it was such a fun experience."

Meanwhile, Stone is also in production on another big project, taking on the role of the iconic Disney villain Cruella de Vil in the upcoming live-action prequel, Cruella.

"It's pretty trippy. It's wild," Stone said of playing a younger version of the notorious character, adding that she often finds herself on set thinking, "'This is bananas.'"

As for her inspiration, Stone said she is looking both to Glenn Close, who portrayed Cruella in Disney's beloved live-action adaptation of 101 Dalmatians in 1996, as well as the original 1961 animated classic One Hundred and One Dalmatians.

"I think she's obviously the GOAT," Stone said of Close, "but I also have just loved the cartoon for a really long time."
"This comes before [Close's] story," she added of her own upcoming take on Cruella's younger years. "This leads to her to where she becomes true greatness."

While Disney's Cruella isn't coming to theaters until May 2021, fans can watch Stone fight off hordes of ravenous ghouls when Zombieland: Double Tap hits theaters on Oct. 18, just in time for Halloween.



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