Disney unveils adorable new look at live-action Lady and the Tramp

Last Updated on July 30, 2021

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Disney is raking in mountains of dough with remakes of their animated hits, with THE LION KING becoming the biggest non-Marvel, non-Star Wars movie they’ve ever done as it’s amassed over $1.3 billion after less than a month. They aren’t stopping anytime soon and even this year they have one more left to show audiences with the remake of one of their older classics, LADY AND THE TRAMP. A brand new look at the starring pups has been revealed, and it’s perfectly acceptable for you to send out an audible “Awww” regardless of where in public you’re at.


Made exclusively for the upcoming streaming service Disney+, the remake follows the story of a well-to-do American Cocker Spaniel named Lady (voiced by Tessa Thompson) falling in love with a dirty-but-lovable Schnauzer mix named Tramp (voiced by Justin Theroux). You can get a look at the two very real and very adorable pups in the new image, which originally graced the cover of the magazine, Disney Twenty-Three.


There are many more dogs in the movie, including Sam Elliott as Trusty, a Bloodhound, Ashley Jensen as Jock, a Scottish Terrier, Benedict Wong as Bull, a Bulldog and Janelle Monáe as Peg, a Pekingese. One factoid about the movie that is sweeter than the actual dogs themselves is that all the four-legged actors were portrayed by shelter dogs, and each one was adopted and given their “forever home” after production wrapped. You are now allowed another “Awww.”

Charlie Bean (THE LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE) is directing the new version from a script by Andrew Bujalski (SUPPORT THE GIRLS), with Monáe performing three new songs for the movie, including a revamp of "The Siamese Cat Song." The movie is expected to arrive on the streaming service when it goes live on November 12, so on that note, it may not be long before we see an adorable trailer. I recommend you save one more "Awww," for then. 

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