Cruella’s success is that 101 Dalmatians’ live performances are unstoppable. Since its release, the global box office revenue has set a record of 48.5 million U.S. dollars, and Disney has begun to produce a sequel to the movie. A spokesperson for the American giant told The Hollywood Reporter: “We can’t wait to let the public continue to enjoy this wonderful long-term movie.”
Cruella’s sequel, live-action version Disney In the first few weeks of its release, it had real success at the box office and streaming on Disney+. According to the Hollywood Reporter and Deadiline, a spokesperson for Disney Studios announced that the American giant is already producing a second movie: “We are pleased with Crura’s box office success. The film has been warmly welcomed by audiences all over the world.”, He did know that “We can’t wait to let you continue to enjoy this wonderful long-term movie.”
Emma Stone may not return in Crura 2
It is reported that the director will reconfirm in the staff Craig Gillespie And screenwriter Tony McNamara, But it’s unclear if the protagonist will come back Emma Stone As Crura. It’s hard to imagine the second chapter without her. She reinterpreted the origins of Cruella DeMon, the Dalmatian murderer who killed 101 Dalmatians, and turned into London in the punk era. Rampant stylist. A mix of Miranda Priestly and Harley Quinn, there are even some clown elements.
Crudelia’s box office numbers
At the same time, the live broadcast of Office 101 continued to collect record numbers. In Italy, the film was released in cinemas from May 26. The film directed by Craig Gillespie earned 512,253 Euros in the first week alone, attracting nearly 73,000 people Spectators (of which 450,000 Euros were received in the first weekend alone). It broke the previous record of Oscar winner Nomadland and became the second most watched movie in 2021. According to the data collected by the movie theater box office, the total box office of this film in the world is 48.5 million U.S. dollars. Streaming is also doing well: Disney actually defines the film’s performance as “strong.”