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6 Thoughts on ‘Cruella,’ Starting With: It May Be the Best Movie of the Year So Far (Column)

A few weeks ago, there was every reason to be skeptical about “Cruella.” The creative track record for live-action remakes of Disney animated films was middling to dismal. And this wasn’t even a remake of the winsome 1961 cartoon “One Hundred and One Dalmatians”. The new film was to be an idiosyncratic spin-off origin story, […]

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‘Cruella’: Reverse Engineering Disney’s Famous Villain for Emma Stone’s Punk Look

For makeup and hair designer Nadia Stacey (“The Favourite”), creating the ’70s punk look for Emma Stone in Disney’s “Cruella” origin story involved reverse engineering. Stacey started with the iconic two-toned black-and-white hairdo, black eyeshadow and liner, and red lips, established in the animated “One Hundred and One Dalmatians” (1961) and re-imagined for the live-action […]

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