Emma Stone Thrilled About Her Role In ‘Cruella’
WASHINGTON — Actor Emma Stone revealed that she feels amazing to be a part of the Disney film “Cruella.”In the film, she plays the role of villainess Cruella de Vil. She talked about the challenges she faced while filming the psyche shift between that of Estella and Cruella. How much of Cruella is in Estella, and how much of Estella is in Cruella? I think it is interesting to think about whether Cruella is part of her, or the real her, or whether it’s some of the tragic events that shape her life, and shape Cruella (sic),” said Stone. Emma Thompson, Joel Fry, and John McCrea are also a part of “Cruella.”Earlier in August 2021, Disney confirmed that Stone is returning as Cruella de Vil in the upcoming “Cruella” sequel.thewestsidegazette.com
2 Cruel: Emma Stone Returns For Cruella Sequel
WASHINGTON — Hollywood actor Emma Stone will reprise her role as Cruella de Vil in the upcoming “Cruella” sequel titled “Cruella 2.”The 32-year-old actor will star in the sequel for Disney’s “Cruella,” which debuted in theaters and on streaming platform Disney+ on May 28, 2021, and earned more than $221 million at the worldwide box office, as per reports. The move is significant because it comes amid the turmoil caused by actor Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney over her compensation for “Black Widow,” which, like “Cruella,” debuted day-and-date in theaters and on streaming platform Disney+. At the time, Gillespie and McNamara were both expected to return for the new movie, but a deal was not yet done for Stone. Apart from “Cruella 2,” Stone will appear in Yorgos Lanthimos’ directorial romantic-sci-fi film called “Poor Things.” The movie will also star Mark Ruffalo and Willem Dafoe. Stone is represented by William Morris Endeavor Agency (WME), Ziffren Brittenham, and Anonymous Content.thewestsidegazette.com
Disney reveals Emma Stone's new look as a punk rock Cruella de Vil
Emma Stone plays the evil dog-napper in the upcoming movie "Cruella," an origin story of the classic "101 Dalmatians." (CNN) - Disney teased fans on Saturday with a sneak peek at Cruella de Vil's new punk rock look -- which left fans a little confused. Emma Stone plays the evil dog-napper in the upcoming movie "Cruella," an origin story of the classic "101 Dalmatians." "EMMA STONE COMO CRUELLA DE VIL... DISNEY STOP THIS," tweeted one fan. Stone made a video appearance during the expo, revealing that the film will be set in London's punk rock era of the 1970s.
Kit Harington confirmed for role in Marvel's 'The Eternals'
ANAHEIM, California (CNN) - Kit Harington has been confirmed for a role in Marvel's "The Eternals," bringing the "Game of Thrones" star into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Harington will play Dane Whitman, aka the heroic Black Knight, in the movie. That's not one of the characters known as the Eternals in the comics, which were created by Jack Kirby. Deadline had reported that Harington would be joining the Marvel stable, without any details about in what capacity. Friday, the studio unveiled a lineup of Marvel and "Star Wars"-related series for its streaming service, Disney+.
'Zombieland: Double Tap' trailer teases new action, same humor
(L-R) Abigail Breslin, Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg return in "Zombieland: Double Tap," to hit theaters in October 2019. (CNN) - It's return of the zombies in "Zombieland: Double Tap" and there are a few new faces. They kind of took it to heart and went for kind of the biggest and best home they could find." "The one that's causing the big threat are the T-800 zombies, that are stronger, faster, harder to kill," he said. The new trailer also features new characters played by Rosario Dawson, Zoey Deutsch, Luke Wilson and Thomas Middlemarch.
"Birdman" cast describe acting on top of acting
"Birdman" cast describe acting on top of acting Michael Keaton and the rest of the "Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)" ensemble cast -- which includes Emma Stone, Naomi Watts, Edward Norton, Zach Galifiankis, Amy Ryan and Andrea Riseborough -- sat down with CBS News' Ken Lombardi to discuss their new acclaimed Broadway-set drama from director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu ("21 Grams," "Babel").cbsnews.com