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Andrew Garfield has revealed that he managed to keep his Spider-Man: No Way Home cameo a secret from everyone, even his former co-star Emma Stone
Spider-Man: No Way Home makers Kevin Feige, Amy Pascal open up on what's next for the Tom Holland franchise
"You can’t think about topping yourself in terms of spectacle. Otherwise movies just get larger and larger for no reason, and it’s not a good result," says Amy Pascal, co-producer of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Don’t go questioning how the silly world-building details make any canonical sense in the grander scheme of biological evolution. Simply bask in the zany delight.
Cruella is Disney's latest efforts to reintroduce old characters, and contemporise them for the new, younger generation of moviegoers. It's not a memorable one, that's for sure.
Emma Stone’s Cruella is the youngest — and most sympathetic — take on the character yet. Sure, she lies, steals, and hot-wires a luxury car, but she has a clear motive: revenge.
Shershah, Navrasa, Cruella, CODA: What's streaming on Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Apple TV+ in August
Other key titles in August include Bhuj: The Pride of India on Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex, Comedy Premium League on Netflix India, and Modern Love Season 2 on Amazon Prime Video.
Emma Stone says she will not make an appearance as Gwen Stacy in Tom Holland-fronted Spider-Man: No Way Home
Previously, Andrew Garfield had also denied speculations of his appearance in Spider-Man No Way from Home, which is set to release in December.
Hair and makeup designer Nadia Stacey found inspiration not only in Nina Hagen but Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry, who she said often paired edgy stylings with pink lipsticks.
Cruella releases in theatres and Disney+ Hotstar on 28 May
'Excited to work with the masters': Mark Ruffalo joins Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe in Yorgos Lanthimos' Poor Things
Based on Scottish writer Alasdair Gray's novel, Poor Things will see Tony McNamara, who worked with Lanthimos on The Favourite, write the screenplay
Cruella is set to have a theatrical release in May this year.
Cruella trailer: Emma Stone plays the 'brilliant, bad, a little bit mad' Disney villain in origin story
Cruella is set to have its theatrical release on 25 May this year.
Beauty and the Beast a live-action remake of 1991 animated classic of the same name, featured actors Emma Watson and Dan Stevens as the two leads.
Emma Stone engaged to Saturday Night Live writer, segment director Dave McCary after two years of dating
Emma Stone reportedly began dating Dave McCary in 2017.
Babylon marks Damien Chazelle's next project after the much-hyped First Man, which charted the iconic events in astronaut Neil Armstrong's life.
Anna Wintour, the editor of Vogue, and someone on whom Meryl Streep based her character in The Devil Wears Prada, chose the actress' name for the jury.
Emma Stone will take on the role of Disney villain Cruella de Vil in an upcoming standalone film.
Zombieland Double Tap movie review: A potent antidote to The Walking Dead but still an unworthy sequel
Zombieland Double Tap is a jolly referendum on zom-coms and sequels in this age of mass-produced franchise cinema.
Laal Kaptaan also stars Deepak Dobriyal, Zoya Hussain and Manav Vij.
Cruella first appeared in 1961's animated feature 101 Dalmations and was originally voiced by Betty Lou Gerson