The film, which will debut exclusively on the company's new streaming service, Disney+, stars Tessa Thompson as Lady and Justin Theroux as the Tramp. It follows the plot of the original animated classic, which is honestly one of the most underrated rom-coms of all time. Lady, a posh pup from a wealthy family meets a street dog named Tramp, and as the two go on an adventure while the odd couple slowly falls in love. The trailer for the remake obviously sets up the film's most romantic scene: an accidental kiss aided by the longest string of spaghetti in the world. But you're going to have to watch the actual movie to see the real thing.
And unlike other recent live-action remakes, this new movie actually features real animals playing the animals. The cast of Lady and the Tramp is made up of mostly rescue animals, many of which actually found forever homes by the end of filming. Star (and D23 panel moderator) Yvette Nicole Brown told the crowd that she adopted one of Lady's stunt doubles from the movie.
Will the remake be as swoon-worthy as the original? Fans will find out soon as Disney releases the film on its new streaming service, Disney+, on Nov. 12.