Following the overwhelming successes of the new versions of "Beauty and the Beast", "Aladdin and" The Lion King ", Disney continues to focus on recreating its cartoon classics in real image and photorealistic animation. The public will be the new version of "Lady and the Tramp", exclusively on the Disney + platform, which kicks off November 12 in the US and is expected to reach Europe in the early months of 2020.
The first trailer was just released at the Disney Convention D23, which took place August 23-25 in California.
The new film is directed by Charlie Bean ("Lego Ninjago: The Movie") and features Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux as the voices of the protagonists, the Cocker Spaniel Lady and the Rafeiro Tramp. The film was shot in real image and features real animals playing the canine protagonists, with performance magnified by digital effects. The story is the same as the 1955 animated classic, about the unlikely love story between a good family dog and a viralata who enjoys life in freedom.
The vocal cast also includes Sam Elliott as Trusty, Ashley Jansen as Jock (a scottish terrier who in the original version was a dog and here becomes a bitch) and Janelle Monáe, who will play the bitch Peg, who sings in a kennel one of The film's most celebrated songs (in the original version sung by Peggy Lee and which, in addition to playing two new songs in the movie, will reinvent the celebrated "Siamese Cat Song" in the original sung by two Siamese cats and contained a parody of the very Asian culture. criticized in today's look.
Thomas Mann and Kiersey Clemons play Lady's owners, recreated by a dog named Rose. Tramp's canine interpreter is named Monty and is a stray dog that was adopted from a kennel by a California family.