Lady Gaga is one of the biggest music stars in the world. By many, she is considered an icon and the new queen of pop. Over the years of her career, she has done many unconventional things that have caused controversy. A new Disney movie, Cruell, has recently hit theaters. After the screening, many viewers noticed the details related to Lady Gaga. What are we talking about?
Lady Gaga and Cruella have a lot in common. After the premiere of the latest Disney movie, there has been a lot of speculation about possible inspiration from a pop star. The artist’s fans saw many references to Lady Gaga’s music videos and styling from her album Born This Way. The aesthetics of Cruell’s film are to resemble the music videos for the songs of The Edge of Glory and Marry The Night. Black and white hair, strong makeup, rock styling and the atmosphere of a dark city – these are the elements connecting Cruella with the works of the American artist. Fans believe that the character of Cruella is also inspired by Gaga. We are talking primarily about scenes in which the heroine appears in media events in shocking stylizations, making an unexpected show. This is how the beginnings of Lady Gaga’s career looked like. To this day, the world remembers her controversial styling, such as a meat dress or entering the Grammy Awards carpet in a huge egg carried on a stretcher. Is the movie really inspired by a pop star?
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Cruella – what is the movie about?
The action takes place in the 1970s in London. The main character is Stella, a bright and creative girl who wants to become famous with her projects. He befriends a couple of young thieves. One day Estella’s talent for fashion catches the eye of Baroness von Hellman, fashion legend played by two-time Oscar winner Emma Thompson. Their relationship sets in motion a course of events that will make Estella turn to the wicked side and become a vengeful Cruella.
Cruella – cast
The film stars Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser, John McCrea, Emily Beecham, Mark Strong, Kayvan Novak, Kirby Howell-Baptise, Jamie Demetriou, Andrew Leung, Tipper Seifert-Cleveland, Ziggy Gardner, Joseph MacDonald and others. In the Polish language version, the voices were given, among others, by Elżbieta Nagel, Sebastian Cybulski, Artur Chamski and Dominika Kluźniak.