It looks like 'Aladdin' and 'The Lion King' aren't the only Disney live-action remakes with sequels on the way.
Deadline reports that Emma Stone has closed a deal to star in the sequel to 'Cruella', in which she plays the titular role.
The movie was released last May. It was available to watch both in cinemas and on streaming service Disney+ through a premiere access fee.
'Cruella' earned $222 million in global box office receipts.
It is not known at this time whether the sequel will be purely a theatrical release or will be released via the same model at its predecessor.
According to Deadline, "Emma Stone’s deal for Cruella 2... mutually benefits both sides."
The news comes in the wake of Scarlett Johansson's legal battle with Disney over the release of 'Black Widow' both on Disney+ and in cinemas.
The actress alleges that her contract was breached when the studio opted not to debut the film exclusively in theatres.
They claim that this resulted in lower ticket sales than expected for 'Black Widow', when much of Johansson’s compensation was tied to the box office performance of the Marvel movie.
Endeavor executive chairman Patrick Whitesell said of the deal between the agency's client Stone and the deal for 'Cruella 2': "While the media landscape has been disrupted in a meaningful way for all distributors, their creative partners cannot be left on the sidelines to carry a disproportionate amount of the downside without the potential for upside.
"This agreement demonstrates that there can be an equitable path forward that protects artists and aligns studios’ interests with talent.
"We are proud to work alongside Emma and Disney, and appreciate the studio’s willingness to recognise her contributions as a creative partner.
"We are hopeful that this will open the door for more members of the creative community to participate in the success of new platforms."
Director Craig Gillespie and writer Tony McNamara are also set to return for the 'Cruella' sequel.
'Cruella' becomes available to all on Disney+ from Friday, August 27th.