Celebrity·Posted on Jun 1, 2021Emma Stone Explained Why It Was "Not Possible" To Use Cruella's Signature Cigarette Holder In "Cruella""That is not allowed in 2021."by Alex GurleyBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink If you watched 101 Dalmatians growing up, you may have noticed that something was missing when Cruella hit theaters this weekend. Walt Disney Studios / Via youtube.com While Emma Stone perfectly embodied the iconic villain, she was lacking one of Cruella de Vil's signature props — her cigarette holder. View this photo on Instagram @disneycruella / Via instagram.com Throughout the animated film, Cruella could be spotted taking drags from her cigarette, with a puff of green smoke trailing close behind. Disney+ / Via disneyplus.com It turns out that even though Emma wanted the opera-length cigarette holder to complete her look, it wasn't allowed by Disney. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Walt Disney Studios / Via giphy.com "That is not allowed in 2021. We are not allowed to smoke onscreen in a Disney film," Emma told the New York Times. Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images for Disney She added, "It was difficult to not have that cigarette holder...I was so excited to have that green plume of smoke in there, but it was not possible." Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Walt Disney Studios / Via giphy.com Back in 2015, Disney made the decision not to portray smoking onscreen in films marketed toward youth that are rated G, PG, or PG-13. "I don’t want to promote smoking, but I’m also not trying to promote skinning puppies," Emma joked. View this photo on Instagram @disneycruella / Via instagram.com While there is no actual skinning of puppies in the film, Emma noted that the movie does explore the difference between being bad and thinking differently. View this photo on Instagram @disneycruella / Via instagram.com "We don’t quite get to a place where this woman is skinning puppies, but there is an exploration of what it means to be 'bad' and what the difference is between that and being rebellious and thinking differently than everyone around you," Emma explained. Cruella is in theaters now.