Want some soul-stirring sprinkled with fascination of the high fashion and brilliant acting? Then Disney CRUELLA movie is the one to pencil into your movie-watching schedule. It’s easier than you think. Just watch the first nine minutes of this colorful masterpiece that uses a lot of black-and-white, at least in the beginning of the movie.
A Stellar Cast in Disney’s CRUELLA Movie
Without doubt, it’s going to be a new little masterpiece with two of my favorite actresses: Emma Thompson (Saving Mr. Banks, Nanny McPhee, Beauty and the Beast, Dolittle) and Emma Stone (La La Land, The Help).
Emma Stone’s character is a little girl, Stella, different and colorful in her behavior, who grows up with a dainty sense of fashion. And Emma Thompson plays Baroness von Hellman whose devastating taste for haute couture will pull Stella into a magical evolution of the life’s events.
Watch the movie! The creative thinking process for a story in this filme, will take the Disney fans by a storm. Your expectations from a guesswork will be crushed in a moment or two during the movie. Only to raise you up to the heights to embrace a moving and living at full speed the character development and their self-expression.
Disney’s CRUELLA is here to fascinate and feel the humanity at the same time. The ensemble of creative talent that brings to life not just the characters from the book. The brilliance is in their ability to transfer the emotionality of real-life people onto a realm of our appreciation and acknowledgement.
The Magic of Life-Action of CRUELLA Movie
The luscious sets, unforgettable costumes and truly remarkable soundtrack are the movie variables to bring it imminent popularity among Disney fans and families.
I am always fascinated how many people are involved in one movie-making process. And it’s great to see the names that took this storytelling from the book-based idea to a full-fledged action in the movie.
The film is directed by Craig Gillespie, with screenplay by Dana Fox and Tony McNamara, story by Aline Brosh McKenna and Kelly Marcel & Steve Zissis, based upon the novel “The One Hundred and One Dalmatians” by Dodie Smith.
“Cruella” is produced by Andrew Gunn, Marc Platt and Kristin Burr, p.g.a., with Emma Stone, Michelle Wright, Jared LeBoff and Glenn Close serving as executive producers.