Lady And The Tramp Is Getting A Live Action Remake

Our obsession with Disney is still going strong, and we have absolutely no shame in admitting it.

Fellow Disney fanatics might be jumping for joy to hear that another classic film is getting a reboot, and it sounds woofing spectacular.

Lady and The Tramp is the latest movie by the brand to have a live action remake, and it might even be released as soon as next year, reports The Sun.

It won't be hitting cinema screens when it is launched though, as it will actually go straight onto Disney's very own streaming service, Disneylife instead.

Hopefully there will be loads of iconic moments including from the original Lady and The Tramp movie, like the famous spaghetti scene, as well featuring all the cheery music from the 1995 classic animation.


For those of you who are not familiar with the adorable story, seriously pampered pooch Lady finds herself out on the street after her owners welcome a baby, and she ends up falling in puppy love with streetwise dog, Tramp.

Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure was also released in 2001, and was just as popular with fans.


The live action remake already has its director too, with it being confirmed that Charlie Bean will oversee the movie.

Plenty of the brands beloved films have been rebooted in recent years, including Maleficent, The Jungle Book, Cinderella as well as Beauty and The Beast, which starred Emma Watson...

Upcoming films to be remade include Dumbo, Aladdin and Mulan, meaning you are in for a treat if you are a huge fan of Disney.

Streaming platform DisneyLife will have loads of other movies from Disney brands such as Pixar, Marvel and even Star Wars to watch on the subscription service when it launches.

Sounds like it will be another subscription we'll be signing up for!

Featured Image Credit: Disney

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