Off the back of the live-action remakes of Disney’s classics like The Lion King and Aladdin, the beloved Lady and the Tramp is up next.
This one won’t make it to the big screen, rather it will join Disney’s highly-anticipated streaming service, Disney+.
With Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux lending their voices to the remake, the real good news is that the canines on show are actually rescue dogs.
People unveiled an exclusive look at the doggo lineup, side-by-side with the stars that will be voicing their characters.
Theroux’s Tramp is played by Monte, who was rescued from a kill-shelter and adopted by one of the film’s trainers, which has made us feel all kinds of things.
The film is set to debut with the official launch of the streaming service on November 12.
Disney+ will reportedly cost $6.99 a month and be a major rival to Netflix and its ever-increasing price hike.
As well as a number of mystery shows, MCU favourites like Loki and Falcon will get their own time to shine alongside a Scarlet Witch and Vision standalone shows. Latest release Captain Marvel will also find a home on the Disneyfied Netflix, and we can only imagine the upcoming Avengers: Endgame won’t be far behind.
Another big pull is the fact that all 30 seasons of The Simpsons will stream exclusively on the service — I can already hear Homer shouting “woo-hoo”. Elsewhere, all the Star Warsmovies (yes, even the prequels) will be able to view, as well as Rogue One spin-off The Mandalorian.
When all current licensing deals expire, Disney promises that existing movies will find a new home under their rightful umbrella. This means everything from Snow White Jon Favreau’s live-action version of The Lion King will be there for you to binge through on a hungover Sunday. It sounds like pure bliss.