“102 Dalmatians was probably the defining movie of my childhood and I don’t think it deserves the criticism it gets simply for being the sequel to a live-action remake. It’s not trying to be anything deep or spectacular, just a fun movie with lots of cute puppies, a sweet romantic sideplot and an awesome video game tie-in! I wish more people would give it a second chance.”
Costume sketch by Anthony Powell of Glenn Close as Cruella de Vil in 102 Dalmatians (2000).
Opening night of Designing Hollywood: Sketches from the Christian Esquevin Collection.
An exhibition of rare Hollywood costume sketches from the collection of Christian Esquevin. Featuring the work of Walter Plunkett, Irene, Travilla, and many other costume designers and costume illustrators, Designing Hollywood offers a glimpse into the Golden Age of Hollywood costume design.
I amREALLYtempted to write about these two, only I feel like having LePelt as the narrator instead of Alonso would be hilarious. And it would be completely comedic, with an adult edge of course, but my head swims with hilarious scenarios with these two villains.