Published 4:45 PM EDT Aug 14, 2019
You’re not dreaming. Disney has dropped the first look of the live-action “Lady and the Tramp” movie and you’re simply experiencing a bit of dog heaven here on Earth.
The remake of the classic 1955 animated film is coming to the Disney+ steaming service when it starts Nov. 12, but the preview gives fans a great bone to gnaw on until the first trailer drops.
There is an appropriate “Cuteness Alert.” So if you’re not ready to handle this, stop reading here.
The new Tramp (voiced by Justin Theroux) is a perfectly scruffy vagabond mutt shown giving a look to his unlikely love, the refined spaniel Lady (voiced by Tessa Thompson). It’s a tale as old as time, but with dogs.
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The best bit of information in the reveal? All the dog actors are rescues and each found “forever homes” at the end of filming.
The original featured the memorable Italian restaurant scene with the two love birds eating spaghetti to the sounds of the owner singing “Bella Notte.”
The words are applicable for the new look film: “Side by side with your loved one, You’ll find enchantment here.”
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Not pictured is the top casting of Sam Elliott voicing the bloodhound Trusty. Janelle Monáe, as the Pekingese Peg, steps into the formidable paws of the original voice actor, Peggy Lee.
The reveal on the D23 magazine shows the film will be part of Disney’s fan convention later this month. This is likely to win over even critics of the slew of live-action films coming from Disney.
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Publish date : 2019-08-14 20:45:00