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Trailer Of ‘Lady And The Tramp’ Live-Action Looks Really Adorable!


Trailer Of ‘Lady And The Tramp’ Live-Action Looks Really Adorable!

I’d say this one looks more promising.

Disney has been really trying to squeeze out everything from their stock of movies. From live-action remakes of ‘Aladdin’, ‘Cinderella’, photorealistic animation of ‘Lion King’ and now, ‘Lady and the Tramp’. On their upcoming list, there are also ‘Mulan’ and ‘Little Mermaid’, the latter which has already people questioning due to the main cast choice.

Honestly, though, not all of their live actions sucked or ended up controversial.

Whoever hates the idea of getting two cute dogs as the main characters? We’ve had a lot of family movies that feature dogs, both the ones that talk and don’t. Because they are really easy to train and always end up looking genuine on the TV screen, both adults and kids enjoy the movie.

That’s exactly what ‘Lady and the Tramp’ feels like – a friendly family movie. However, it’s also one with a really heavy weight of its animated counterpart popularity. The trailer that just came out appear really adorable, however.

Disney also added the following summary for the movie:

“In Disney+’s “Lady and the Tramp,” a timeless retelling of the 1955 animated classic, a pampered house dog and a tough but lovable stray embark on an unexpected adventure and, despite their differences, grow closer and come to understand the value of the home.”

But of course, fans are always worried. Not after ‘Aladdin’ and ‘Lion King’. The team has always this peculiar method of driving the hype up with the trailer and great line up of cast and dampening down everything the whole movie pours.

We do hope that this scene will be reenacted in the least creepiest way.

Culture editor Anna Leszkiewicz even think her dogs have better looks than the actual Lady and the Tramp (which might actually be true for some)!

Those who want to watch the live-action dogs will have to sign up for their new exclusive streaming service ‘Disney+’ It was initially set to be released in the theater, but was later switched and made into Disney+ exclusive content.

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