Didn’t you see ‘Cruella’ in theaters? The film with Emma Stone is now available on Disney + for all its subscribers

The film, also with Emma Thompson, tells how the young nonconformist Estella ends up becoming the iconic villain of ‘101 Dalmatians’.

Cruella came to movie theaters already Disney+, through Premium Access, on May 28. And then the film starring the Oscar-winning Emma Stone and Emma Thompson captivated millions of viewers around the world, becoming one of the great premieres of the year. If you didn’t see it on the big screen, now you have the opportunity to watch the film on the streaming service.

As with other company titles, such as Mulán and Raya and the last dragon, Cruella is available on Disney + just three months after its launch. And that means that all subscribers of the platform who wish to see the film directed by Craig Gillespie (Yo, Tonya) can do it now.

Such has been the success of Cruella in movie theaters, which Disney has decided to start with the development of its second part. And, although there are still few details that are known about this continuation, a few days ago we learned that the return of Emma Stone as the protagonist is assured.

‘Cruella 2’: Emma Stone will return as protagonist of the sequel

Cruella tells the story of a young con artist and nonconformist named Estella (Stone) on her way to become a renowned fashion designer in the midst of the London punk revolution of the 70s. Baroness von Hellman (Thompson), a true fashion legend , see a great potential in Estella upon meeting her. And the relationship between the two will uncover a series of secrets and tragic revelations that will bring out the most perverse side of the young woman. Thus, Estella ends up becoming the Cruella we all know.

Why see ‘Cruella’ on Disney +

Cruella de Vil is one of Disney’s most iconic villains and also one of the most beloved by viewers. Thanks to this film about its origins, we have known its more human side and also understood more about the character of 101 dalmatians. For example, we’ve found out what dreams he had when he was young or how he came to team up with Jasper (Joel Fry) and Horace (Paul Walter Hauser).

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But the plot is not the only thing that has captivated viewers; fashion is also very present in the film, since while Estella’s personal transformation advances into Cruella, her wardrobe also evolves. More and more groundbreaking and striking. Dream dresses that, accompanied by a great staging, have an incredible impact. And to this is added the London scene of the 70s, which does not lack detail. At that time, punk was a reality on the streets of the British capital and the style of the young Estella reflects it perfectly.

Throughout the entire length we can listen to groups and soloists such as Florence and the Machine, Blondie, John McCrea, Iggy Pop, The Clash or Queen. And most of them have in common having been pioneers of punk – the movement that developed in the late 60s in the United Kingdom and evolved during the 70s – or having had it among their influences. Definitely, an explosion of pop rock from the 70s with more traditional pop sounds and current music, which accompany the plot and costumes to tell the origins of Cruella.

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The costumes, the music, the setting and the plot fit into a flawless puzzle to delight the audience. So if you haven’t seen yet Cruella, be impressed at Disney + by this fascinating mix. And if you are one of those who has already seen the film directed by Gillespie, you can always relive its most spectacular scenes.