Disney is developing movie sequels, says website

Disney is developing movie sequels, says website

Just a week after its release, Disney Studios has begun preparations for a sequel to Cruella starring Emma Stone. According to Hollywood ReporterIn addition to Stone, director Craig Gillespie and screenwriter Tony McNamara are also expected to return to the plot.

Cruella debuted at number 2 in theaters on May 28, earning over $21 million at the box office in the United States, second only to A Quiet Place: Part II. Since then, the work has grown to $48.5 million, seeing a global debut. In addition, the film was also released on the Disney Plus platform through Premiere Access, in which customers can purchase the movies to be released on the big screen for about $30 – Cruella arrived in Brazil for $69.00 in streaming.

Although Disney does not offer official Disney Plus viewings and purchases, it is believed that Cruella’s box office success, coupled with the Premier Access hit, were reason enough for the company to explore a sequel to the plot.

Cruella is another successful remake of Disney, which started the habit in 2010 with Alice in Wonderland. Since then, other animations have also received new versions, such as Bella Ea Fera, Cinderella, and even projects already mapped out for the future, such as Pinocchio and A Pequena Ceria.

These films also often have sequels such as Alice Through the Looking Glass and Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. Sequels to Aladdin and The Lion King are also already in development.

Watch what we think of the film to learn more about Cruella and the after-credits scene as well.

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