Although Glenn Close arguably made the role of Cruella DeVill, it's now turned to Emma Stone to bring about the origin story.
'Cruella' sees the origin story of the puppy-murdering psychopath and, we're guessing, explains her whole fixation on hating Dalmatians while they're at it. There's an all-star cast lined up, with Emma Thompson, Mark Strong, and of course, Emma Stone in the lead role.
If that wasn't enough, Tony McNamara - who wrote 'The Favourite' and FX's 'The Great' - is on scripting duties alongside Aline Brosh McKenna, who adapted 'The Devil Wears Prada' and was the creator of 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'.
Oh, and if you're wondering what the song from the trailer is, it's Connie Francis' 1958 hit, 'Who's Sorry Now?'. Interestingly, 'Cruella' has a release date set for May 28th with no mention of Disney+ anywhere on the trailer, so evidently Disney are aiming to make this their first big cinema release of the year.
Fingers crossed, of course, that cinemas start to reopen by then. Here's the trailer.