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Went and saw it today in the theater. It was so much fun. Emma Stone was freaking amazing, so was Emma Thompson. The soundtrack was great as well, with lots and lots of songs from the 60s and 70s. The costumes were absolutely amazing...

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Meet Disney’s Most Notorious – and Notoriously Fashionable – Villain
When ‘Cruella’ Arrives Early on Digital June 25
and 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™ and DVD on Sept. 21

Includes Never-Before-Seen Bonus Footage, Deleted Scenes and Bloopers




LOS ANGELES, CA (June 7, 2021) – Disney’s “Cruella” arrives early on all major digital platforms on June 25 and on 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™ and DVD on Sept. 21. Consumers can enjoy never-before-seen bonus footage and deleted scenes in stunning Ultra HD™ quality and Dolby Atmos.

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“Cruella,” which is set in 1970s London amidst the punk rock revolution, follows a young grifter named Estella, a clever 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 are able to build a life for themselves on the London streets. One day, Estella’s flair for fashion catches the eye of the Baroness von Hellman, a fashion legend who is devastatingly chic and terrifyingly haute, played by two-time Oscar® winner Emma Thompson (“Howards End,” “Sense & Sensibility”). But their relationship sets in motion a course of events and revelations that will cause Estella to embrace her wicked side and become the raucous, fashionable and revenge-bent Cruella.

Disney’s “Cruella” Bonus Features*
Bloopers
Deleted Scenes
Hotel Heist Hallway
Baroness Rejects Design Sketches
The Two Emma’s – Discover how real-life friends Emma Stone and Emma Thompson prepared for their roles as Cruella de Vil and the Baroness von Hellman and transformed into the fashionably cool, but devilishly cruel, characters.
The Sidekick Angle – No Disney villain/hero is complete without their sidekicks! Meet the talented actors who play Horace and Jasper, and learn how their characters deepen the film’s story and how the trio’s friendship changes as the smart, feisty Estella becomes Cruella.
Cruella Couture – Take in the spectacular artistry of this couture collection, with an in-depth behind-the-scenes look at some of the most fashionable moments in the movie.
The World of “Cruella” – Experience the city locations and elaborate sets of “Cruella,” each featuring extraordinary production design detail, which bring 1970s London to life and enhance the backstories of these iconic Disney characters in a whole new way.
New Dogs … Old Tricks – Go behind the scenes of the on-set life of an animal actor, and meet the smart, expressive, delightful dogs who play Buddy, Wink and the Dalmatians, along with their devoted trainers. Catch the joy the pups experience in their daily doggie duties.
Cruella 101 – Uncover Easter eggs and clever connections to Walt Disney’s “101 Dalmatians” that are masterfully woven throughout this modern origin story of “Cruella.”

*bonus features vary by product and retailer

Cast: Emma Stone as Estella/Cruella
Emma Thompson as The Baroness
Joel Fry as Jasper
Paul Walter Hauser as Horace
Emily Beecham as Catherine/Maid
Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Anita Darling
Mark Strong as John the Valet

Directed by: Craig Gillespie

Produced by: Andrew Gunn
Marc Platt
Kristin Burr, p.g.a.

Executive Producers: Emma Stone
Michelle Wright
Jared LeBoff
Glenn Close

Screenplay by: Dana Fox and Tony McNamara

Story by: Aline Brosh McKenna and Kelly Marcel & Steve Zissis

Based Upon the Novel: “The One Hundred and One Dalmatians” by Dodie Smith

Original Score by: Nicholas Britell


Disney’s “Cruella” Product Specifications
Street Date: Digital: June 25
Physical: Sept. 21
Product SKUs: Digital: 4K UHD, HD, SD
Physical: 4K Ultra HD™ Combo Pack (4K UHD + Blu-ray™ Feature + Digital Code), Multi-Screen Edition (Blu-ray™ Feature + DVD + Digital Code) & DVD
Feature Run Time: Approx. 133 minutes
Rating: U.S. Rated PG-13
Bonus material not rated
Aspect Ratio: Digital: 1.85:1
Physical: 1.85:1
U.S. Audio: 4K Ultra HD™: English Dolby Atmos, English DVS 2.0 Dolby
Digital, Spanish 7.1 Dolby Digital Plus, French 5.1 Dolby Digital
Blu-ray™: English 7.1 DTS-HDMA, English DVS 2.0 Dolby
Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital
DVD: English 5.1 Dolby, English DVS 2.0 Dolby, Spanish 5.1
Dolby, French 5.1 Dolby
Digital: English Dolby Atmos (UHD only, some platforms),
English 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 & 2.0
Dolby Digital, French 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital, English Descriptive
Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital (some platforms)
U.S. Subtitles: 4K Ultra HD™: English SDH, Spanish, French, Japanese
Blu-ray™: English SDH, Spanish, French
DVD: English SDH, Spanish, French
Digital: English SDH, Spanish, French (some platforms)

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 30, 2021 12:56 pm 
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I doubt she'll go through with it. She's not going to jeopardize the sequel getting canceled and missing out on future earnings.

Emma Stone Reportedly Considering Suing Disney Over Cruella Release
https://screenrant.com/cruella-movie-em ... s-updates/

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2021 6:38 am 
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Well, this looks like it's going to be a fantastic Blu-ray release. The special features sound super interesting.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2021 9:26 am 
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I doubt she'll go through with it. She's not going to jeopardize the sequel getting canceled and missing out on future earnings.

Emma Stone Reportedly Considering Suing Disney Over Cruella Release
https://screenrant.com/cruella-movie-em ... s-updates/
Do it, Stone, do it. Disney's trying to harm the theater business altogether, imo, and they need the pushback. And if it affects how much they get paid, I would sue myself. I think there were grumblings that PIXAR hasn't liked their movies being made streaming exclusive at all, but they're not able to do anything about it.

(That said, I personally doubt Cruella would've done much better even if it hadn't been released on Disney+ and the pandemic hadn't been hindering everything.)

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Cruella is honestly doing better than I expected, considering it was released in this pandemic environment and made available at home. It's currently at $85 million domestic and $221 million worldwide, which is one of the better numbers of the summer films so far. Its holds have also been impressive. While most of the big pandemic summer releases (F9, Black Widow, A Quiet Place Part II, In the Heights, Space Jam: A New Legacy) had massive drops on their second weekends, Cruella only fell 48%. The first time it dropped over 50% was on its eighth weekend.

Obviously, Cruella would have performed better with no pandemic worries and with no Premier Access, but considering the asterisks attached and how others movies are being affected by COVID and simultaneous releases, I would consider its performance a win.

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Back in May we got to check out Cruella’s car, which was on display at Downtown Disney.

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My Little Dude is the tiger, his cousin is the frog. :woot: They had it sitting where the trams are usually dropping off guests.

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Poster and TV spot for the film's release on Disney+ for all subscribers.

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Source: https://twitter.com/cruella/status/1429836515958394885

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 24, 2021 5:13 am 
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Back in May we got to check out Cruella’s car, which was on display at Downtown Disney.

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My Little Dude is the tiger, his cousin is the frog. :woot: They had it sitting where the trams are usually dropping off guests.


That's a cute pic

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Finally saw this last night. I understand why some people like it so much, although I'm still mystified at it's a 97% on RottenTomatoes--I could see somewhere in the 87-94% area, but not quite that much. I feel like Disney decided to stuff the box a bit with Cruella's reviews after Mulan 2020 was taken down by audience reviews.

It is a fun film if I completely separate it from the connection to Cruella altogether. It's connection to the character is very superficial; sort of like those themed baking shows, it's just a jumping off point. I actually think the worst parts of the film are when Emma Stone is talking to Horace and Jasper as "Cruella," but it works as some kind of character she's putting on for Emma Thompson's character. I hate the cane they gave her. You can see Stone fidgeting at moments like she needs a prop to fiddle with as she's chewing the scenery; too bad she couldn't have, you know, smoked cigarettes to fill that void. A great deal of this felt like Devil Wears Prada spliced with Descendants; better-made and better-acted than a DCOM, but with a story that still feels like one. I honestly felt Stone was the weakest part of this; what I enjoyed were the Baroness, Horace, Jasper, Artie. The dogs were cute and I liked how the song at the end was a re-writing of "Cruella de Vil." :lol:

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I updated this post from almost a year ago a couple of weeks back, but didn't really know where to post it. I thought it would be good for an anniversary re-visit, to update Mulan's score (it dropped another point since the last time I looked at it) as well as Cruella's.

Alice in Wonderland 2010
Critics: 51% (279 reviews)
Audience: 55% (480,200 user ratings--changed to "250,000+")

Oz the Great and Powerful 2013
Critics: 57% (273 reviews)
Audience: 56% (292,900 user ratings--changed to "250,000+")

Cinderella 2015
Critics: 83% (252 reviews)
Audience: 78% (77,700 user ratings--changed to "50,000+")

Maleficent 2014
Critics: 54% (273 reviews)
Audience: 70% (176,300 user ratings--changed to "100,000+")

Alice Through the Looking Glass 2016
Critics: 28% (260 reviews)
Audience: 48% (37,800 user ratings--changed to "25,000+")

The Jungle Book 2016
Critics: 94% (326 reviews)
Audience: 86% (94,600 user ratings--changed to "50,000+")

Pete's Dragon 2016
Critics: 88% (245 reviews)
Audience: 72% (37,100 user ratings)

Beauty and the Beast 2017
Critics: 71% (381 reviews)
Audience: 80% (86,300 user ratings--changed to "50,000+")

Mary Poppins Returns 2018
Critics: 80% (377 reviews)
Audience: 65% (5,000+ user ratings)

Christopher Robin 2018
Critics: 72% (275 reviews)
Audience: 83% (5,700 user ratings)

Aladdin 2019
Critics: 57% (381 reviews)
Audience: 94% (50,000+ user ratings)

Lady and the Tramp 2019
Critics: 65% (68 reviews)
Audience: 50% (650 user ratings)

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil 2019
Critics: 39% (255 reviews)
Audience: 95% (19,100 user ratings)

The Lion King 2019
Critics: 52% (430 reviews)
Audience: 88% (76,300 user ratings--changed to "50,000+")

Dumbo 2019
Critics: 46% (367 reviews)
Audience: 48% (4,400 user ratings--changed it to "2,500+")

Mulan 2020
Critics: 73% (314 reviews)
Audience: 48% (10,000+ user ratings)

Cruella 2021
Critics: 74% (389 reviews)
Audience: 97% (5,000+ user ratings)



Audience Ratings Ranked:
Cruella 2021 97%
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil 2019 95%
Aladdin 2019 94%
The Lion King 2019 88%
The Jungle Book 2016 86%
Christopher Robin 2018 83%
Beauty and the Beast 2017 80%
Cinderella 2015 78%
Pete's Dragon 2016 72%
Maleficent 2014 70%
Mary Poppins Returns 2018 65%
Oz the Great and Powerful 2013 56%
Alice in Wonderland 2010 55%
Lady and the Tramp 2019 50%
Alice Through the Looking Glass 2016 48%
Dumbo 2019 48%
Mulan 2020 48%

Critics Ratings Ranked:
The Jungle Book 2016 94%
Pete's Dragon 2016 88%
Cinderella 2015 83%
Mary Poppins Returns 2018 80%
Cruella 2021 74%
Mulan 2020 73%
Christopher Robin 2018 72%
Beauty and the Beast 2017 71%
Lady and the Tramp 2019 65%
Aladdin 2019 57%
Oz the Great and Powerful 2013 57%
Maleficent 2014 2014 54%
The Lion King 2019 52%
Alice in Wonderland 2010 51%
Dumbo 2019 46%
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil 2019 39%
Alice Through the Looking Glass 2016 28%

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Thanks for putting this list together. It's interesting to see that the biggest gap between audiences and critics is for Aladdin, The Lion King, and Maleficent 2.

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Guess I’m more on the critics side of things. Those audience ratings for Maleficent and Cruella are insane. What movies did they see?

Also Lion King … :huh: no wonder Disney has no issues cranking out these unneeded remakes without bothering to make them watchable.

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Yeah, back when I first made that list in the Mulan 2020 thread, I theorized that Maleficent: Mistress of Evil's ratings were so high because it was a sequel. In other words, only the viewers who enjoyed the first one watched the second one, meaning they were more likely to rate it highly? That explanation doesn't fit for Cruella though. I mean, I can believe Cruella would have a fairly high rating--it was a fun time even if it wasn't great and I wish it was more like the character it was based on--I just don't think it should've been nearly 100%. :lol: That doesn't even feel real.

I personally didn't mind TLK as much as most here once I watched it, although it did imitate farther than I would have liked. Timon and Pumbaa were much cuter than in the animated film, to me at least.

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Cruella has been nominated for a World Soundtrack Award. Update: It won in the category.

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Best Original Song

"Call Me Cruella" — Cruella
"Fight for You" — Judas and the Black Messiah
"Hear My Voice" — The Trial of the Chicago 7
"Husavik (My Hometown)" — Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga
"Loyal, Brave, True" — Mulan
"Rain Song" — Minari
Source: https://www.worldsoundtrackawards.com/n ... ack-awards


Cruella has been nominated for a Grammy Award.

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Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

Cruella
Dear Evan Hansen
In the Heights
One Night in Miami...
Respect
Schmigadoon! (Episode 1)
The United States vs. Billie Holiday
Source: https://www.grammy.com/grammys/news/202 ... tions-list


Cruella has been nominated for a Sunset Circle Award.

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Best Family Film

Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cruella
Free Guy
Ghostbusters: Afterlife
The Mitchells vs. the Machines
Source: https://twitter.com/SunsetAwards/status ... 8754506755


Cruella has been nominated for two People's Choice Awards.

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Drama Movie of 2021

A Quiet Place: Part II
Cruella
Dune
Fatherhood
Halloween Kills
In The Heights
Old
Respect

Drama Movie Star of 2021

Anthony Ramos — In the Heights
Emily Blunt — A Quiet Place: Part II
Emma Stone — Cruella
Jamie Lee Curtis — Halloween Kills
Jason Momoa — Dune
Jennifer Hudson — Respect
Kevin Hart — Fatherhood
Timothée Chalamet — Dune
Source: https://www.eonline.com/news/1305316/20 ... f-nominees


Cruella has been nominated for three Golden Trailer Awards. Update: It lost in all categories.

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Best Animation/Family

Black Beauty
Cruella — Bad Things/Evil
Frozen 2 — Spirit/Adventure
Mulan— True
Soul — Live
Soul — Chicken Soup
Wolfwalkers — Hope

Best Summer 2021 Blockbuster Trailer

Black Widow — Home
Cruella — Bad Things/Evil
F9: The Fast Saga — Path
Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard
The Suicide Squad — No Problemo
The Suicide Squad — Rebellion
Top Gun: Maverick — Elite

Best Teaser

Antlers — Escape
Cruella — Roar/Sorry
Death on the Nile
Dune — Test
JoJo Rabbit
The Batman — Justice
Top Gun: Maverick — Service
Source: https://goldentrailer.com/gta21-nominees/

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Inspired by Disney Divinity's post, I decided to check out the CinemaScore grades for each film.

Alice in Wonderland A-
Oz the Great and Powerful B+
Cinderella A
Maleficent A
Alice Through the Looking Glass A-
The Jungle Book A
Pete's Dragon A
Beauty and the Beast A
Mary Poppins Returns A-
Christopher Robin A
Aladdin A
Lady and the Tramp N/A
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil A
The Lion King A
Dumbo A-
Mulan N/A
Cruella A

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They must grade on a curve. :P

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I updated this post from almost a year ago a couple of weeks back, but didn't really know where to post it. I thought it would be good for an anniversary re-visit, to update Mulan's score (it dropped another point since the last time I looked at it) as well as Cruella's.


Interesting. I never pay any attention to critics, to be honest. :lol: Mainly because they think that they're some sort of experts when it comes to movies, when in reality, they're just expressing their opinions. But their arrogance in stating these opinions make me totally ignore them. :lol:

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Cinemascores are taken from audiences who are leaving some of the very first showings of a movie, hence they are pre-disposed to liking the movie. The way they are asked to grade the movie is "did this movie meet your expectations?" rather than "was it good?" which is kind of an important distinction. That would be why the cinemascores trend high. When a movie gets anything below an A-, you can be pretty sure it will either be extremely divisive or unliked by audiences.

As far as critics, while I can respect not necessarily basing your habits off of their opinions, they technically *are* film experts, as it is their job to review movies, and they have seen the vast majority of releases. That would qualify them as much as anyone as an "expert." I also wouldn't call them arrogant for stating their opinion, as they are paid to do so. They are no more arrogant than a random person on a message board stating their opinion on a movie :lol:


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Like lord-of-sith said (just as I was typing this, lol), it should be noted that CinemaScore results usually end up being based around whether they meet audience expectations, specially the opening night crowd who are most excited to see the movie. If the film delivers exactly as promised, it will get a high grade. Family films traditionally score high CinemaScore grades, hence why the Disney remakes almost all have As. Every single theatrical Pixar film has landed in the As. A family film has to really disappoint the audience to get below an A-. Gnomeo & Juliet and Sherlock Gnomes got a B+. A Wrinkle in Time and The Emoji Movie got Bs. Norm of the North got a B-. Curiously, despite being critically acclaimed and winning the Oscar, Rango only got a C+.

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