translated from Spanish: Disney presented the tender and questioned poster of “The Lady and the Tramp”

In the midst of one of the most momentous conventions in the world, fans are alert to every announcement and novelty. And they’re right, Disney has already shared several of the projects that are coming in both the cinema and its streaming platform.

In this context, the House of Mickey Mouse has already advanced the official poster of the live action of “The Lady and the Tramp”. The film is reported ly not to be released on the big screen but directly on Disney+, the streaming content platform it will release in Latin America next year.

Poster of “The Lady and the Tramp” Source: Official Disney

The image of the poster is that of the classic scene in which the cans share a plate of spaghetti on the outskirts of an Italian restaurant and the music of its managers. The film will be the adaptation of the animated film that hit theaters in 1955, directed by Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske and Wilfred Jackson; and who told the love story between two dogs of different social classes, Queen and Gulf.

Cast of “The Lady and the Tramp”

The realistic remake of the classic estimates its premiere on Disney+ on November 12. It will feature the voices of Tessa Thompson (“Thor Ragnarok”), Justin Theroux and a cast consisting of Janelle Monáe (Peg), Ashley Jensen (Jock), Benedict Wong (Bull) and Sam Elliot (Trusty). Between love and hate
While the image of the poster gives tenderness – as well as the first one that Disney released months ago – dozens of users expressed negative opinions regarding the realization of this live action through social networks.

The Lady and the Tramp is too unnecessary — ☽ mariela (@KarimeArc)
August 23, 2019

While many are excited to see the characters in a realistic version, others are not very convinced of it.

I will have to cut off from my life any of you who dare to see the abomination of the lady and the tramp—Alvaro. (@Nombrenoocupado)
August 23, 2019

The point is that live action films were not very much accepted as they are animals as it is difficult to convey the same emotion of a cartoon, whose expressions are humanized. In this note:

Original source in Spanish

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