Disney+ Brings the Animated Classic to Life
The Disney D23 Expo is here, and with the launch of Disney Plus just around the corner, we're expecting great things from the studio behind Marvel , Star Wars, Pixar and Fox. Until now, they have delivered. Disney released the first trailer of Lady and the Tramp remake and definitely pulls the strings of nostalgia.
As we learned at D23, the new Lady and the Wanderer is written by Andrew Bujalski ( Support the Girls ) and directed by director Charlie Bean ( Too: Robotboy's Uprising ]). It follows the relationship between an American cocker spaniel from a rich family and a wandering streetmart mutt. Disney has released an image of the two sweet dogs via Twitter earlier this month. They have also featured on the cover of Disney's Twenty-Three magazine. But an image does not really sum up the sensation of the film as the trailer does.
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When it will be announced for the first time Lady and the Tramp will receive Disney's treatment by the action, no one will be surprised. And yet, when the studio launched a refuge dog to play the lead role, we could not help but smile a bit. Disney's recent live-action remakes have slightly changed the definition of the term "real action" by using performance capture rather than the animals themselves. Although beautiful, the visual effects are not necessary to tell the little story of love. Instead, Lady and the Tramp seems to be a little more The Home Back than The Lion King and thankfully this n Is not nothing like Universal Cats .
As their new adaptation of Cinderella Disney strives to melt this concept. The original film was released in 1955, even before the company became known as The Walt Disney Company. Released at the time of the "Mousketeers" and their club Mickey Mouse, The Lady and the Tramp has stood the test of time. It has been reissued and remastered countless times, even with a continuation of more than 45 years after the publication of the first iteration. Now, like his Disney Classics compatriots, he is ready to touch the new generation of moviegoers and streamers.
Disney enters the war of in-depth streaming. As Netflix struggles to keep viewers and content going, Disney will release a budget-friendly offering with Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus. In addition to the highly anticipated Star Wars series The Mandalorian Disney draws on Lady and the Tramp to attract subscribers, but we have to wait to see if love dogs are up to it. Disney Plus starts on November 12 with Lady and the Tramp already in his library.