Emma Stone
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Fruit Tree Enterprises, Inc.


When Scarlett Johansson sued Disney for releasing “Black Widow” day-and-date on Disney+ Premier Access in July 2021, many observers thought Stone — whose “101 Dalmatians” prequel “Cruella” was released the same way in May by the studio — would follow suit. Instead, Stone locked down a deal to star in a “Cruella” sequel that her agent, WME powerhouse Patrick Whitesell, said would allow her to participate in the success of the film across new platforms. Meanwhile, Stone’s Fruit Tree prodco is partnering with A24 on feature film “I Saw the TV Glow,” along with HBO Max for a series adaptation of Stacy Willingham’s novel “A Flicker in the Dark.” The actor has also reunited with “The Favourite” director Yorgos Lanthimos to star in his period film “Poor Things.”



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Emma Stone Confirmed to Return for 'Cruella 2'

Emma Stone Confirmed to Return for 'Cruella 2'

Emma Stone will be back for more dramatic fashions and dastardly deeds, officially closing a deal to star in the upcoming "Cruella 2."News of the sequel's development broke in early June, just weeks after the live-action prequel to the Disney animated classic "101 Dalmations" opened in theaters. At the time, "Cruella" director Craig Gillespie and screenwriter Tony McNamara were both expected to return for the new movie, but a deal was not yet done for Stone.“While the media landscape has...


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