Emma Stone is worlds away from Cruella as she stuns on red carpet in suit and sees Hollywood return to premieres

Emma Stone stunned on the red carpet (Picture: AP)

Emma Stone has led the stars of Cruella at the premiere as Hollywood returns to in-person events following the pandemic.

Premieres are back with a bang, and we’re so ready.

Emma, who stars as the 101 Dalmatians villain, looked worlds away from the evil Cruella as she smiled away and rocked a gorgeous chic suit, paying homage to the character with her red lippie.

The Easy A actress looked to be having a blast as she posed alongside her co-stars, including Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Anita Darling), and director Craig Gillespie.

Minari star Alan Kim looked as adorable as expected, throwing a peace sign at the cameras.

It’s been quite the few months for the nine-year-old, after Minari’s awards season sweep, with the youngster casually taking events like the Oscars and the Critics Choice Awards in his stride.

Emma looked amazing (Picture: AP)
Alan Kim was as adorable as ever (Picture: Invision)

Basically, not even Cruella can faze him at this point.

Meanwhile, Cruella’s incredible costume was also on display, complete with her signature black-and-white split wig, with designer Jenny Bevan celebrating her work.

Disney’s Cruella will star Emma alongside the likes of Dame Emma Thompson (The Baroness) and Emily Beecham (Catherine), and is set to show how a young fashion designer turned into the villain we all know and love.

The stars socially distanced on the red carpet (Picture: Getty Images North America)
The actress was thrilled to transform into the Disney villain (Picture: Invision/AP)

Cruella was first introduced as the villain in Dodie Smith’s 1956 novel The One Hundred and One Dalmatians, and was brought to the screen in Disney’s 101 Dalmatians five years later.

Glenn Close then played the fur-obsessed antagonist in the live action 90s film and its sequel.

Emma has been thrilled to star as the queen of mean, recently telling E! of her transformation: ‘It was fantastic. I really loved it.

‘I also loved that she’s kind of embracing her nature, the story of nature versus nurture a little bit. The duality of those characters was really, really fun. And it made playing Cruella even more fun because she gets to really lean into that and in a way she gets to act as Cruella.

‘She finally really is that person. There are a lot of really interesting layers to her.’

Cruella is released on May 28.

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