Today, at their D23 panel, we got our first look at Stone as the 1970s "Punk Rock" iteration of Ms.de Vil herself and it is utterly awesome.
The movie is the latest villain-focused Disney retelling. She promised the D23 crowd that the 1970s London-set film has a punk rock vibe - backed up by the single photo revealed at the expo shows.
Meanwhile, Thompson, 60, previously collaborated with Disney on another live-action retelling - 2017's Beauty and the Beast, where she played Mrs. Potts.
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Ever since Disney announced that Emma Stone would be taking on the role of 101 Dalmations' stylish and evil fur-loving meanie Cruella, we've been waiting to see just what the Mouse House had in store.
"What drew me to this project is Mulan herself, her journey from village girl to soldier to hero in a story as relevant and inspiring as it was 1,500 years ago", she said.
Emma Stone is channeling her sinister side in Disney's Cruella.
There was a raft of announcements at the expo including new Marvel and Star Wars TV series due for release on Disney's upcoming streaming service Disney+, which is set to launch in Canada in November.