There could not have been a better choice than Florence + The Machine to soundtrack the signature song, 'Call Me Cruella', from the new "live-action feature film", 'Cruella'. Florence sounds like the very embodiment of the main character as she sings the opening track from the new Disney 'Cruella (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)'.
The song sits so well with the cinematic images that once you've heard and seen them together you cannot envisage one without the other. Emma Stone's fantastically re-imagined version of Cruella is so compelling on screen as she brings not just a whole new lease of life back to the classic tale but actually owns the part like no one ever before her. Stone's Cruella is arguably the definitive evil villain set on wreaking havoc where ever she goes.
In the video, which acts as one of the best film trailers you'll see this year, some major highlights from Disney's latest live action remake are featured as Emma Stone lights up the silver screen and steals each scene. Two time Oscar winner Emma Thompson is undoubtedly a superb actress but she's no match for the wickedness of Estella in late 1970's London.
Just as Punk Rock is changing the face of popular music and turning culture on it's head, Estella is embracing her dark side and is looking for revenge. "A life lived in penance, it just seems a waste, and the Devil has much better taste. And I tried to be sweet, I tried to be kind, but I feel much better now that I'm out of my mind" Florence Welsh sings as she brings the song to life.
Emma Stone as the infamous Cruella de Vil is a must see but the cinematic experience is made all the better for having Florence + The Machine contribute the film's title track.
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