Good news for Disney Plus subscribers for you can already watch the origin story of 101 Dalmatians’ famous villain Cruella de Vil. Starting this August 27, you can start streaming Cruella and other movies before the end of August. Read on to know about this update.
What else is better to do in this time of pandemic than to stream the best movies there are. And aside from that, you can do it for free. As various platforms have been competing with one another, it is nice to have a variety of options. And Disney+ is home to your most favorite movies from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and others. Characters we loved from our childhood until today including Disney princesses, Loki, Iron Man, Buzz Lightyear, and others. From the classic titles to new programs created for its wide range of subscribers, all available. Aside from this, you can also easily access these titles from various devices such as smart TVs, phones, laptops, tablets, and even gaming consoles.
Added to the list of movies you can stream starting August 27 is the origin story of Cruella.
This features a live-action story of one of Disney’s classic movies 101 Dalmatians. It was initially released simultaneously in theaters and Disney’s Premier Access platform last May. For subscribers who want early access to such films, Premier Access costs an additional $30 on their bill. But the good thing is that viewers do not need to pay additional for the Premier Access because the film will be added to Disney Plus library starting today.
Cruella de Vil, “The Queen of Mean”, played by Emma Stone gives a refreshing take on the classic villain. The Verge also added that Cruella’s plot is quite different from the original 1961 film. This features the story of how a young girl named Estella, who eventually turned out to be Cruella. Which then takes on a fashion icon Baroness von Hellman. Starting with how Cruella shows her interest in punk fashion in London in 1970. From a simple girl to a fashionable but wicked character.
Success of this film is reflected in reports about a “Cruella” sequel.
As reported by Deadline, the film garnered more than $222 million in worldwide ticket sales. However, mixed reviews were given by viewers. Still, reports of a “Cruella” sequel and Emma Stone agreeing to star in its sequel with an eight-figure payout shows that the film was a success. Though there are no other details yet announced about the sequel such as release date, or whether it will be released in theaters or in streaming platforms too.
Disney Plus costs $7.99 a month or $80 per year in the US. This subscription will allow you to access titles without interruption of ads. A bundle costing $13.99 a month is also available which already includes Hulu and ESPN+. Aside from Cruella, you can also access other new movies such as Dan in Real Life, Disney Princess Remixed: An Ultimate Princess Celebration, and Underdog starting this Friday.