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Cruella : A crime comedy film, directed by Craig Gillespie.
A film directed by Craig Gillespie, with production by Andrew Gunn, Marc Platt and Kristin Burr, with staging by Dana Fox and Tony McNamara, with the story of Aline Brosh McKenna, Kelly Marcel and Steve Zissis, based on "Disney's One Hundred and One Dalmatians" by Bill Peet and "The Hundred and One Dalmatians" by Dodie Smith, with music by Nicholas Britell, with cinematography by Nicolas Karakatsanis, with editing by Tatiana S. Riegel, with Emma Stone , Emma Thompson , Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser, Emily Beecham, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Mark Strong, and Tipper Seifert-Cleveland as protagonists.
Set in 1970s London in the midst of the punk rock revolution, it follows a young con artist named Estella ( Emma Stone ), a smart and creative girl determined to make a name for herself with her designs. She befriends a pair of young thieves who appreciate her appetite for mischief, and together they can build a life for themselves on the streets of London. One day, Estella's flair for fashion catches the eye of Baroness von Hellman ( Emma Thompson ), a fashion legend who is devastatingly elegant and terrifyingly tall. But their relationship sets in motion a course of events and revelations that will see Estella embrace her wicked side and become the raucous, fashionable and vindictive Cruella .
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Estella Miller is a creative child with talent for fashion but has a cruel streak, leading his mother Catherine to enrich the name "Cruella". Because of the nature of the Estella rebels, Catherine pulled her daughter from school and planned to move to London. On the way there, he stopped at a party organized by Von Hellman Baroness who was rich to ask for financial assistance. Estella watched her mother driven from a cliff to her death by Dalmatians Baroness. Orphaned, Estella walked to London and made friends with two street hedgehogs named Jasper and Horace. Not considered, he colored his black and white hair.
Ten years later, Estella ended ending with Jasper and Horace as a thief, while honing his fashion skills by designing their disguise. For his birthday, Jasper and Horace got their jobs as cleaners at Liberty Department Store. Drunk Estella made remakes one of the windows displaying and landed the coveted work with Baroness, which was a famous but authoritarian Haute Couture designer. Estella got Baroness's trust but finally watched her boss wearing a necklace that had used to belong to Catherine. After Baroness claimed an employee earlier stole it, Estella asked Jasper and Horace to take the necklace.
Estella, with the guise of Cruella and wore her natural hair color, crashing into one of the Baroness parties to steal the necklace. When Baroness uses a whistle to order the Dalmatian, Estella realizes that she uses the same whistle to direct the dogs to kill Catherine. Looking for revenge for the death of his mother, Estella mocked Baroness by appearing at his meeting and dropping it as a cruella in flamboyant clothes, designed with the help of a vintage clothing store owner named Artie. Antique to get publicity through his childhood friend Anita, gossip columnist. Cruella's arrogant and arrogant behavior was increasingly angry by Jasper and Horace, and Baroness, who fired his lawyer Roger for failing to stop Cruella. Estella also kidnapped Dalmatians Baroness after one of them accidentally swallowed her mother's necklace.
Estella sabotaged a show of baroness spring collection and embezzled her own performances at the Regent's Park. After concluding that Estella and Cruella were one and the same, Baroness had Jasper and Horace captured and tied Estella, leaving her to die. Estella was saved by Valet John Baroness, which revealed the necklace was the key to a box containing a record of the birth of Estella. He found that Baroness was his biological mother, and ordered John to make Estella's baby get killed so he could only focus on his career. John instead gave the baby to Catherine, one of the baroness servants, who lifted Estella in secret. Estella was angry with Catherine's fraud but finally made peace with the truth in an effort to complete her retaliation, adopting the name Cruella for her forever.
Cruella broke Jasper and Horace out of prison, recruiting them and Artie for her last scheme. They slipped into the Gala Amal Baroness, where Cruella (dressed like Estella) revealed to Baroness that she was her abandoned daughter. Baroness pretended to show regret for his actions and asked to hug him before pushing him past a cliff, unaware of his guests had been led outside and watched the event. Cruella survived in the fall using a parachute built into his clothes and threw Estella disguised before returning to watch Baroness arrested. After adopting a de vil last name (inspired by Stolen Panther de Ville), Cruella inherited Hellman Hall (shortened her to Hell Hall) as a legitimate biological heir.
In the middle ranking scene, Cruella gave two dalmatian puppies named Pongo and Pekita to Roger and Anita. Now working as a songwriter, Roger began compiling the song "Cruella de Vil".
- Emma Stone as Estella Miller/Cruella de Vil: An ambitious grifter and aspiring fashion designer, who will go on to become a notorious and dangerous obsessed criminal.
- Billie Gadsdon as 5-year-old Estella
- Tipper Seifert-Cleveland as 12-year-old Estella Emma Thompson as Baroness von Hellman: The narcissistic head of a prestigious London fashion house and a renowned designer who is Estella's new boss, biological mother, and eventual rival. She plays a key role in Estella's transformation.
- Joel Fry as Jasper Badun: A thief that grew up with Estella after her adoptive mother's death. To play Jasper, Fry didn't look back at the character's depiction in the original animated film or the 1996 live-action remake, only copying his physical mannerisms.
- Ziggy Gardner as young Jasper
- Paul Walter Hauser as Horace Badun: A thief who grew up with Estella after her adoptive mother's death and Jasper's brother. Hauser drew inspiration for the role from the performance of Bob Hoskins as Mr. Smee in Hook.
- Joseph MacDonald as young Horace
- Emily Beecham as Catherine Miller: Estella's adoptive mother, an impoverished laundrywoman and former maid at Hellman Hall. She became Estella's guardian after the Baroness abandoned her daughter to pursue a career.
- Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Anita "Tattletale" Darling: Estella's childhood friend, who is working as a gossip columnist.
- Florisa Kamara as young Anita
- Mark Strong as John: The Baroness' valet and loyal accomplice in her schemes.
- John McCrea as Artie: A member of Cruella's entourage and owner of a vintage fashion shop. He is the first original character in a live-action Disney film to be openly gay.
- Kayvan Novak as Roger Dearly: A lawyer working for the Baroness, who becomes Anita's husband and a songwriter after he is fired.
- Jamie Demetriou as Gerald: A clerk at Liberty who is Estella's initial boss.
- Andrew Leung as Jeffrey: The Baroness' assistant.
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