Cruella and her friends are returning to the big screen, this time in a new live-action called "Croo." The film will be directed by Anna Camp, who is best known for her work on the television series Happy Days. Camp is also producing the film with her brother, Declan Gough. "Croo" is based on the book about a girl who moves to England, becomes a squire and falls in love with the town's new ruler, a rough and tumble young man named Cruella. Camp has written the screenplay, which she is adapting for the screen.
"Croo" is the latest installment in Disney's ever-popular animated series Star Wars. Princess Leia, who played the classic character Princess Leia in the original trilogy of Star Wars movies, will appear in an upcoming episode of the series. The good news for fans who long for her illustrious golden hair is that Princess Leia will not be in the film alone. She will be joined by other famous characters from the Star Wars movies, including Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca and General Leia Organa. Additionally, there will be an original character, rumored to be a minor character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe, who will debut in the series. It is possible that this character is a Cruella De Vil that was designed to look like Princess Leia.
"Croo" is expected to be released theatrically in the U.S. on June 8th, with a wide release possibly following around the summer. The webseries have already generated a large buzz online, generating millions of views in its first week alone. Cruella fans everywhere are hoping that this new movie will bring back the fun-filled fun they had when watching the original movie. Fans will no doubt be anxiously awaiting the second film in this exciting franchise.
As with any Disney animation project, there will be additional footage from both the writers and the actors featured in the movie, but no one will have the chance to see all of it before it hits the big screen. Although the first trailer may have been incredibly popular among Cruella and her opponents, it will not make as much of an impact as the official movie premier. "Croo" is not expected to be a big hit at the box office, although word-of-mouth promotion has been good and the buzz online has been exceptional. If this latest installment of the long-running hit Disney animation series continues to do well at the box office, it could very well lead to a spinoff or a series of future movies and television specials featuring the main characters. Cruella and her fellow Disney princesses are sure to be favorites with kids and teens for years to come.
One way fans can learn about the new movie and its leading characters is to go online and search for a site that offers Cruella and 101 Dalmatians villain Cruella. This can be a great way to get an early look at the movie and some new, potential plot developments, but it can also be a place for fans to voice their opinion on what they think of the movie. Some people may think that the animated version of Cruella De Vil is too cute, while others will think that she is simply too annoying to be a real live-action character. It is impossible to know how true these comments will be until people have seen the new movie, but knowing that there are many who support the idea of a Cruella and Dalmatian relationship is encouraging for everyone involved. There is even some mild evidence that Cruella could actually be the superhero that she is meant to be, as some of her abilities could very well earn her a place as the next generation's greatest crime fighting team.
It is easy to see how Cruella and Emma Stone might become an integral part of our culture, as audiences grow to understand the love between a human and a doggie, as well as their unusual friendship. As Cruella continues to make her way into our culture, we can only expect greater and more innovative ways for her to be embraced by fans of both the animated series and the live-action version. If you haven't seen either of these movies, you should start catching up now! You won't regret it!