Over the past few years, Disney has successfully brought its beloved animated films to the public in the form of live-action feature films. While Cruella was the last to join Alice in Wonderland (2010), Maleficent (2014), Cinderella (2015), Beauty and the Beast (2017), Aladdin (2019) and more, we now hear that a sequel in Cruella De Vil’s story is in development at the studio.
According to a recent report, even before the star Emma Stone can complete 2 weeks at the box office, Disney is already in the early stages of making another film about the villainy of the One Hundred and One Dalmatians movies. .
As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Disney is in the early stages of development for a sequel. According to the report, Cruella director Craig Gillespie and screenwriter Tony McNamara are expected to return for the sequel. While there’s no confirmation if Emma Stone will reprise her role, we don’t think a main character sequel can be done without her.
Speaking of star Emma Stone Cruella, the Disney film was released on May 28 in theaters and on Disney Plus via an additional $ 30 purchase through the streamer’s Premiere Access option. The site mentioned above reports that the live-action film made $ 32.4 million domestically and $ 48.5 million globally. Although the box office figures are known, the studio has refused to release audience data regarding the audience on the OTT platform.
Speaking about the success of the Emma Stone star, a Disney spokesperson said in a statement, “We are very pleased with Cruella’s box office success, in conjunction with her strong Disney Plus Premier Access performance to date. . “
The source added: “The film was incredibly well received by audiences around the world, with an audience score of 97% on Rotten Tomatoes in addition to As’s in every demographic of CinemaScore on opening weekend, ranking it as one of our most popular live-reimagining the action. We look forward to a long run as audiences continue to enjoy this fantastic film. “
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