Is anyone going to watch Disney's "Cruella?"

  1. Lone Wolf Prime profile image80
    Lone Wolf Primeposted 23 months ago

    Welp a trailer just came out for Disney's live action prequel film to a "101 Dalmations", where it explores the origins of Cruella DeVille.  Yes, that's right.  The murderous animal killing enthusiast, who wanted to kill dalmation puppies to make a fur coat is now getting her own origin movie by Disney. 

    For those of you who don't know about her, she was originally featured in Disney's animated classic, "101 Dalmations", where she essentially was portrayed as an ugly rich old woman with the figure of a skinny ass twig, whom wanted to have all these dalmations killed because she wanted a fur coat out of them. 

    The film later spawned a shortly lived animated series, and a sequel.  And this isn't the first time the character has been portrayed in live action either, as Glen Close played the character once in a live action remake of the original cartoon.  Now, Emma Stone will get a crack at the character, who shall play a younger version of Cruella, as the film  centers around how she became the evil iconic villain that everyone knows from the Disney films.

    Personally, I have to ask...did anyone want this?  Personally, I just found "Cruella" to be a mean spirited bitch that only cared about fashion and herself so much that she didn't care about the well being of others, which was exactly my interpretation of her from the original cartoon.  Does anyone seriously care about how Cruella became a mean spirited bitch like she was in the cartoon? I sure as hell don't.  Hell, I would be way more interested in seeing a prequel movie based on Snow White's stepmom, the evil queen, as it seems like you'd have more of a story there about an evil stepmom who's so obsessed with beauty that she'd order the execution of her own step daughter, and even poison her daughter herself. 

    But maybe that's just me.  What are your thoughts on this?  Also if anyone wants to see the new trailer, where they make Cruella seem like Disney's version of "The Joker", then click on this link below

  2. Rachelle Williams profile image92
    Rachelle Williamsposted 23 months ago

    I think there might be some value in the telling of a story about how the way we treat people can have an effect on and shape the person they are to become, so yes, I would be interested in watching this film.  But, I would also be interested in watching a version that makes Cruella seem like Disney's version of Joker (2019) as well - I don't think it has to be one or the other, but I dig your perspective.


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