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Who doesn't want to see how an evil villain became oh so evil?


The moment we've all been waiting for...Disney has released the trailer for the highly anticipated live-action spin off Cruella. This goes as their Prequel story of the original movie 101 Dalmatians.

The trailer was released Wednesday morning with the caption "Brilliant. Bad. A little bit mad. May 2021" on twitter.

It is set to give the back story of the dog-hating villainess that is taking place in the punk-rock 1970's era. Estella De Vil will go through her life leading up to her dog skin obsession.

In the trailer, Cruella describes herself as a threat saying how people were scared of her. The video takes a strong turn when she shows her confidence saying "I am women. Hear me roar."

The original movie, 101 Dalmatians was made as a cartoon version in 1961 then went to be remade as a live-action remake in 1996. Now, it is all starting from the way beginning.

Emma Stone makes for a classic Cruella. The character is dressed in her two-tone hair, dark makeup, classic red lip and we cant forget her over-the-top fashion.

Disney's twitter gave a heads-up for the trailer Tuesday night with a never before seen poster of this evil new movie.

Grab your red lipstick and hold onto your Dalmatians because Cruella will hit the theaters on May 28, 2021.


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