Along with the upcoming Marvel Studios films, the slate includes four 'Avatar' sequels, one 'Indiana Jones' film and three 'Star Wars' titles.
During the Grammys, Disney dropped the latest trailer for “Cruella” starring Emma Stone. Before she was the evil villain in “101 Dalmatians,” Cruella de Vil got her start in customer service. Set to an electrified “These Boots Are Made for Walking,” a young, fiery, red-haired Cruella (Emma Stone)— then known as Estella— balances her janitorial […]
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Amid the insane deluge of Star Wars and Marvel announcements at the Disney Investor Day in December, the remake of Pinocchio with Tom Hanks got slightly lost.
She may not be the title character, but there’s no question that Cruella de Vil is a bigger star than any of the 100+ canines who populate the Walt Disney animated favorite "101 Dalmatians." Sixty years after the original cartoon feature debuted in theaters on Jan. 25, 1961, the fur-loving heiress has classed up animated sequels, live-action adaptations and all kinds of spinoffs.
Docter took over as Pixar's chief creative officer after John Lasseter's departure in 2018.