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James Maloch 2019-10-15
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Disney’s Lady and the Tramp isn’t just the studio’s latest live-action adaptation of an animated classic that we could all just stay at home it watch, it’s an unsettling look at the current state of the VFX and animation techniques that are making it possible for animals to talk and emote like humans, which is terrifying to see in action.

Let’s say you’re a dog person who loves the moments when you can see a furry friend’s personality shine through, even though they aren’t able to speak and explicitly tell you what they’re thinking.

It’s cute when dogs telegraph their happiness, but the latest Lady and the Tramp trailer demonstrates how downright terrifying it would be if your dog just opened its mouth and made a joke in perfect English.

It’s a movie about dogs falling in love, sure, but...it’s just weird to see so much humanity in animals that are interacting with actual living, breathing people.

Lady and the Tramp and those nightmarish dog faces will bound onto Disney+ on 12 November.

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Joseph Cormier 2019-08-23
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Disney has released the first trailer for its upcoming live-action Lady and the Tramp remake.

We got a look at the footage at Disney's D23 Expo Friday.

It's set to hit small screens when the Disney Plus streaming service launches on Nov. 12.

The entire cast of dogs for Lady and the Tramp is made up of rescue animals.

All were adopted when filming wrapped.

Folks, they brought out the dogs at the D23 Expo.

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0
Jose Hilton 2019-11-12
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Times have changed over the span of Disney's dominance in entertainment, and with Tuesday's launch of Disney Plus, the company is finding it must contend with the not-so-pretty elements of its past.

As part of the new streaming service, Disney has added disclaimers to movies such as Dumbo, The Jungle Book and Lady and the Tramp warning of "outdated cultural depictions."

A plot description for Dumbo, for example, ends with: "This program is presented as originally created.

It may contain outdated cultural depictions."

A handful of older Disney films have been criticized for incorporating racist stereotypes with characters like King Louie in The Jungle Book and the Siamese cats in Lady and the Tramp.

The studio has since cut some controversial scenes, such as one from Dumbo featuring a crow named Jim Crow.

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Carol England 2019-08-25
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Disney just gave us our first look at the remake of Lady & The Tramp in action at D23, and be warned: if you’re a dog person, you’re going to start squeeing pretty damn fast.

Although there are a few CG enhanced oddities here and there, mainly in the dogs eyes in some shots.

But it’s primarily an excuse to watch cute pups run around and go on fancy adventures, as the classy Lady (Tessa Thompson) leaves her life of pampered privilege behind to share in the rough-and-tumble – or should that be ruff-and-tumble – life of streetsmart pooch Tramp (Justin Theroux).

Also starring Sam Elliott, Ashley Jensen, Janelle Monaé, Benedict Wong, Kiersey Clemmons, Thomas Mann, Yvette Nicole Brown, Arturo Casto and Adrian Martinez, Lady and the Tramp will be available for streaming when Disney+ launches in the U.S. on November 12.

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Jerry Smith 2019-10-15
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Are you ready for some live action spaghetti?

In the wake of the incredible Disney Plus Twitter barrage revealing its extensive library on Monday, the company released another trailer for its live action Lady and the Tramp remake.

The updated version of the 1955 animated classic be available on the streaming service at launch on Nov. 12.

collect
0
Diane Thomason 2017-08-25
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A new social media trend has brands talking: sarcastic polls.

Last week, people were spotted tweeting memes that put a humorous spin on personal dating ads.

In the majority of these, people poke fun at themselves about what they are searching for.

Instead of a man seeking a woman, for instance, one tweeter had a student seeking a parking spot.

It wasn’t long before brands including Denny’s, Totino’s and Penguin Books glommed on:

True love with whom to Lady and the Tramp a single pizza roll

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0
Marshall Johnson 2019-08-13
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Disney's official fan club D23 has just unveiled a poster for the Lady and the Tramp live-action remake coming later this year.

D23 tweeted out the poster Tuesday, with the movie set to hit small screens when the Disney Plus streaming service launches on Nov. 12.

In a reboot of the 1955 animated film, Lady will be voiced by Tessa Thompson and Tramp by Justin Theroux.

The cast also includes Janelle Monae as the voice of Peg, Kiersey Clemons as Darling, Thomas Mann as Jim Dear, Yvette Nicole Brown as Aunt Sarah and Sam Elliot as the voice of Trusty.

D23 said it also starred a cast of rescue dogs, who were all adopted when the movie finished filming.

The doggos were first shown off in pictures to People last week, where they looked a little cheerier.

collect
0
Emmett Noble 2016-11-12
img

Georgialisravintolan facilities are homely, but the food spoiled the mood.

stock exchange listing of Restamax chain's most recent opening in Helsinki's Georgian restaurant.

the Status Purpur is warm, cozy, absolutely cozy, and the threshold is low: a mere beer drinkin, too, successful bars on the side.

at the Same address previously served our country number one, Chez Dominique and its successor, Hans Välimäki and restamax in brief bistro attempt Richard von Trappe.

Now, the restaurant hosted a figurehead and marketing personality, Ville Haapasalo, the second the whole people feel tv the tramp.

Georgian hatsapuri 12 e is, at best, frothy rapsakka, a little calzone-like cheese-filled bread.

collect
0
Dorothy Chiaramonte 2021-01-27
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It’s no secret that a number of older movies, including some major Disney classics, contain offensive scenes, often ones depicting racist stereotypes. Disney+ is one of the platforms that include content advisories with this content, but now it has quietly taken things a step farther by removing the titles from Kids profiles. First things first: Disney did not remove these … Continue reading
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Geekz Snow 2019-08-09
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Doggo is a good doggo.

Thankfully, Disney’s live-action Lady and the Trampisn’t going The Lion King route by making photorealistic CGI versions of canines.

Instead, they’ve cast a bunch of real good boys and good girls for Tessa Thompson, Janelle Monáe, and other actors to voice.

People unveiled the first look at the dogs who will be playing the lead characters in the live-action Lady and the Tramp remake, which stars Thompson and Justin Theroux as the voices of two star-crossed puppies who fall in love despite coming from different worlds.

Thompson’s Lady will be played by Rose, a cocker spaniel with adorable ear fluff.

And Theroux’s Tramp is played by Monte, who was rescued from a kill-shelter and adopted by one of the film’s trainers, according to People.

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Peter Garvey 2016-09-06
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the trade magazine Successful series on your list a Hundred Successful, fastest kasvaja and largest result elements.

It will bring to Europe the american Rogue functional training, like crossfit and powerlifting instruments.

Last year the company's turnover grew 40 per cent to 12.6 million.

Timo koivusalo production company Artista Filmi heard except a hundred of the most successful also the size of the country's fastest growing companies.

Pekko time a man as a boy, too well-known birch salon company has produced such films Sibelius, the Tramp and the swan as well as Kaispäisen the eagle's shadow.

in February, its premiere received the Ricky Rapper and the nighthawk is 344 000 katsojallaan so far in most theater spectators gathered for the film.

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Harvey Broughton 2019-05-23
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Disney's "Aladdin," in theaters this weekend, is just one of many live-action remakes of its animated classics the company is releasing this year.

We compared some of Disney's animated originals to their live-action remakes at the box office after inflation.

"The Lion King" arrives in June; a sequel to the "Sleeping Beauty" reimagining, "Maleficent," comes to theaters in October; and a live-action "Lady and the Tramp" will be included on Disney's streaming service, Disney Plus, when it launches in November.

READ MORE: Disney's 'Aladdin' remake has fun moments, but feels like a watered-down version of the original

Disney has ramped up its live-action remakes in recent years, and they've raked in tons of cash for the company at the box office.

But the animated classics these movies are inspired by fared rather well, too — at least after inflation.

collect
0
Mark Moore 2019-07-30
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If Avengers: Endgame left you wondering about the fate of certain characters — say, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes — you won't have to be scratching your head for too much longer.

While Endgame served as a conclusion for many of the Marvel heroes we've been following for the past decade, it was only the beginning for Wilson and Barnes, who are getting their own show (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) on the forthcoming Disney streaming platform, Disney Plus.

Here's what we know so far.

Release and where to watch

While there's not a specific date attached to the show, you can expect The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in fall 2020 on Disney Plus.

Disney Plus is Disney's streaming platform, which will house not only all the animated classics you'd expect from Bambi to Frozen, but also everything Marvel and Star Wars, along with original movies and shows, like Loki, The Mandalorian and the reboot of Lady & the Tramp, to name a few.

collect
0
Charles Pete 2019-10-14

In an impressive bit of pre-launch marketing, Disney today announced basically every movie and TV show coming to its upcoming streaming service Disney+ by way of a massive Twitter thread.

The thread, which was posted in chronological order starting with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937, reveals not just Disney’s best-known titles but also its long tail of cult classics, flops, oddities, and other lesser-known films.

To date, Disney has advertised the extensive catalog coming to Disney+, which launches on November 12, by highlighting the top titles from Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, NatGeo, and more.

It has also touted its dozens of upcoming original productions like The Mandalorian, a Lady and the Tramp remake, a Rogue One prequel, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and many others.

But today’s Twitter thread is a reminder that Disney’s back catalog goes deep.

There are the cheesy 80’s TV shows.

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0
James Lamb 2018-12-11
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There's a fair bit of intriguing sci-fi and chilling horror.

DC's big movie is Shazam!, about a wide-eyed teen turned into a muscular hero.

And Marvel introduces us to Brie Larson's Captain Marvel for more spacefaring superhero action, before dropping the big one in April -- Avengers 4.

Marvel's X-Men continue their adventures in Dark Phoenix and teen-centric spin-off The New Mutants, a horror-themed take on the comic book characters that was delayed from 2018.

Tim Burton is in charge of that one.

Whether these remakes land in 2019 or in coming years, look out for new versions of The Rocketeer, 3 Men and a Baby, Father of the Bride, High Fidelity, Lady and the Tramp, Peter Pan, The Parent Trap, The Sword in the Stone, the Mighty Ducks and Monsters Inc. Not to mention episodic spin-offs about Loki, Winter Soldier and Falcon, The Mandalorian and a Rogue One prequel.

collect
0
Edward Hickey 2018-02-09
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A new report offers a few more details as to what Disney has in store for its upcoming Netflix rival.

The company last August had announced plans to debut its own streaming service in 2019 with content like Star Wars and Marvel movies, Disney studio and Pixar films.

This week Deadline offered a sneak peek into the service’s initial slate of content, which will include four to five original movies and five TV shows in its first year, none of which will be R-rated.

The shows may cost $25 million to $35 million for 10 episodes, though a more ambitious series could go up to $100 million, the report said.

In terms of feature film content, Deadline got wind of a variety of projects including “Don Quixote,” “Lady and the Tramp” (directed by Julia Hart) “The Paper Magician,” “Stargirl,” “Togo” (directed by Ericson Core), “3 Men and a Baby,” “Sword and the Stone,” and “Timmy Failure (with Tom McCarthy involved).

In post-production are a Mark Waters-directed film “Magic Camp,” and the Mark Lawrence-directed Noelle with Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader and Shirley MacLaine.

collect
0
James Maloch 2019-10-15
img

Disney’s Lady and the Tramp isn’t just the studio’s latest live-action adaptation of an animated classic that we could all just stay at home it watch, it’s an unsettling look at the current state of the VFX and animation techniques that are making it possible for animals to talk and emote like humans, which is terrifying to see in action.

Let’s say you’re a dog person who loves the moments when you can see a furry friend’s personality shine through, even though they aren’t able to speak and explicitly tell you what they’re thinking.

It’s cute when dogs telegraph their happiness, but the latest Lady and the Tramp trailer demonstrates how downright terrifying it would be if your dog just opened its mouth and made a joke in perfect English.

It’s a movie about dogs falling in love, sure, but...it’s just weird to see so much humanity in animals that are interacting with actual living, breathing people.

Lady and the Tramp and those nightmarish dog faces will bound onto Disney+ on 12 November.

Jose Hilton 2019-11-12
img

Times have changed over the span of Disney's dominance in entertainment, and with Tuesday's launch of Disney Plus, the company is finding it must contend with the not-so-pretty elements of its past.

As part of the new streaming service, Disney has added disclaimers to movies such as Dumbo, The Jungle Book and Lady and the Tramp warning of "outdated cultural depictions."

A plot description for Dumbo, for example, ends with: "This program is presented as originally created.

It may contain outdated cultural depictions."

A handful of older Disney films have been criticized for incorporating racist stereotypes with characters like King Louie in The Jungle Book and the Siamese cats in Lady and the Tramp.

The studio has since cut some controversial scenes, such as one from Dumbo featuring a crow named Jim Crow.

Jerry Smith 2019-10-15
img

Are you ready for some live action spaghetti?

In the wake of the incredible Disney Plus Twitter barrage revealing its extensive library on Monday, the company released another trailer for its live action Lady and the Tramp remake.

The updated version of the 1955 animated classic be available on the streaming service at launch on Nov. 12.

Marshall Johnson 2019-08-13
img

Disney's official fan club D23 has just unveiled a poster for the Lady and the Tramp live-action remake coming later this year.

D23 tweeted out the poster Tuesday, with the movie set to hit small screens when the Disney Plus streaming service launches on Nov. 12.

In a reboot of the 1955 animated film, Lady will be voiced by Tessa Thompson and Tramp by Justin Theroux.

The cast also includes Janelle Monae as the voice of Peg, Kiersey Clemons as Darling, Thomas Mann as Jim Dear, Yvette Nicole Brown as Aunt Sarah and Sam Elliot as the voice of Trusty.

D23 said it also starred a cast of rescue dogs, who were all adopted when the movie finished filming.

The doggos were first shown off in pictures to People last week, where they looked a little cheerier.

Dorothy Chiaramonte 2021-01-27
img
It’s no secret that a number of older movies, including some major Disney classics, contain offensive scenes, often ones depicting racist stereotypes. Disney+ is one of the platforms that include content advisories with this content, but now it has quietly taken things a step farther by removing the titles from Kids profiles. First things first: Disney did not remove these … Continue reading
Peter Garvey 2016-09-06
img

the trade magazine Successful series on your list a Hundred Successful, fastest kasvaja and largest result elements.

It will bring to Europe the american Rogue functional training, like crossfit and powerlifting instruments.

Last year the company's turnover grew 40 per cent to 12.6 million.

Timo koivusalo production company Artista Filmi heard except a hundred of the most successful also the size of the country's fastest growing companies.

Pekko time a man as a boy, too well-known birch salon company has produced such films Sibelius, the Tramp and the swan as well as Kaispäisen the eagle's shadow.

in February, its premiere received the Ricky Rapper and the nighthawk is 344 000 katsojallaan so far in most theater spectators gathered for the film.

Mark Moore 2019-07-30
img

If Avengers: Endgame left you wondering about the fate of certain characters — say, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes — you won't have to be scratching your head for too much longer.

While Endgame served as a conclusion for many of the Marvel heroes we've been following for the past decade, it was only the beginning for Wilson and Barnes, who are getting their own show (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) on the forthcoming Disney streaming platform, Disney Plus.

Here's what we know so far.

Release and where to watch

While there's not a specific date attached to the show, you can expect The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in fall 2020 on Disney Plus.

Disney Plus is Disney's streaming platform, which will house not only all the animated classics you'd expect from Bambi to Frozen, but also everything Marvel and Star Wars, along with original movies and shows, like Loki, The Mandalorian and the reboot of Lady & the Tramp, to name a few.

James Lamb 2018-12-11
img

There's a fair bit of intriguing sci-fi and chilling horror.

DC's big movie is Shazam!, about a wide-eyed teen turned into a muscular hero.

And Marvel introduces us to Brie Larson's Captain Marvel for more spacefaring superhero action, before dropping the big one in April -- Avengers 4.

Marvel's X-Men continue their adventures in Dark Phoenix and teen-centric spin-off The New Mutants, a horror-themed take on the comic book characters that was delayed from 2018.

Tim Burton is in charge of that one.

Whether these remakes land in 2019 or in coming years, look out for new versions of The Rocketeer, 3 Men and a Baby, Father of the Bride, High Fidelity, Lady and the Tramp, Peter Pan, The Parent Trap, The Sword in the Stone, the Mighty Ducks and Monsters Inc. Not to mention episodic spin-offs about Loki, Winter Soldier and Falcon, The Mandalorian and a Rogue One prequel.

Joseph Cormier 2019-08-23
img

Disney has released the first trailer for its upcoming live-action Lady and the Tramp remake.

We got a look at the footage at Disney's D23 Expo Friday.

It's set to hit small screens when the Disney Plus streaming service launches on Nov. 12.

The entire cast of dogs for Lady and the Tramp is made up of rescue animals.

All were adopted when filming wrapped.

Folks, they brought out the dogs at the D23 Expo.

Carol England 2019-08-25
img

Disney just gave us our first look at the remake of Lady & The Tramp in action at D23, and be warned: if you’re a dog person, you’re going to start squeeing pretty damn fast.

Although there are a few CG enhanced oddities here and there, mainly in the dogs eyes in some shots.

But it’s primarily an excuse to watch cute pups run around and go on fancy adventures, as the classy Lady (Tessa Thompson) leaves her life of pampered privilege behind to share in the rough-and-tumble – or should that be ruff-and-tumble – life of streetsmart pooch Tramp (Justin Theroux).

Also starring Sam Elliott, Ashley Jensen, Janelle Monaé, Benedict Wong, Kiersey Clemmons, Thomas Mann, Yvette Nicole Brown, Arturo Casto and Adrian Martinez, Lady and the Tramp will be available for streaming when Disney+ launches in the U.S. on November 12.

Diane Thomason 2017-08-25
img

A new social media trend has brands talking: sarcastic polls.

Last week, people were spotted tweeting memes that put a humorous spin on personal dating ads.

In the majority of these, people poke fun at themselves about what they are searching for.

Instead of a man seeking a woman, for instance, one tweeter had a student seeking a parking spot.

It wasn’t long before brands including Denny’s, Totino’s and Penguin Books glommed on:

True love with whom to Lady and the Tramp a single pizza roll

Emmett Noble 2016-11-12
img

Georgialisravintolan facilities are homely, but the food spoiled the mood.

stock exchange listing of Restamax chain's most recent opening in Helsinki's Georgian restaurant.

the Status Purpur is warm, cozy, absolutely cozy, and the threshold is low: a mere beer drinkin, too, successful bars on the side.

at the Same address previously served our country number one, Chez Dominique and its successor, Hans Välimäki and restamax in brief bistro attempt Richard von Trappe.

Now, the restaurant hosted a figurehead and marketing personality, Ville Haapasalo, the second the whole people feel tv the tramp.

Georgian hatsapuri 12 e is, at best, frothy rapsakka, a little calzone-like cheese-filled bread.

Geekz Snow 2019-08-09
img

Doggo is a good doggo.

Thankfully, Disney’s live-action Lady and the Trampisn’t going The Lion King route by making photorealistic CGI versions of canines.

Instead, they’ve cast a bunch of real good boys and good girls for Tessa Thompson, Janelle Monáe, and other actors to voice.

People unveiled the first look at the dogs who will be playing the lead characters in the live-action Lady and the Tramp remake, which stars Thompson and Justin Theroux as the voices of two star-crossed puppies who fall in love despite coming from different worlds.

Thompson’s Lady will be played by Rose, a cocker spaniel with adorable ear fluff.

And Theroux’s Tramp is played by Monte, who was rescued from a kill-shelter and adopted by one of the film’s trainers, according to People.

Harvey Broughton 2019-05-23
img

Disney's "Aladdin," in theaters this weekend, is just one of many live-action remakes of its animated classics the company is releasing this year.

We compared some of Disney's animated originals to their live-action remakes at the box office after inflation.

"The Lion King" arrives in June; a sequel to the "Sleeping Beauty" reimagining, "Maleficent," comes to theaters in October; and a live-action "Lady and the Tramp" will be included on Disney's streaming service, Disney Plus, when it launches in November.

READ MORE: Disney's 'Aladdin' remake has fun moments, but feels like a watered-down version of the original

Disney has ramped up its live-action remakes in recent years, and they've raked in tons of cash for the company at the box office.

But the animated classics these movies are inspired by fared rather well, too — at least after inflation.

Charles Pete 2019-10-14

In an impressive bit of pre-launch marketing, Disney today announced basically every movie and TV show coming to its upcoming streaming service Disney+ by way of a massive Twitter thread.

The thread, which was posted in chronological order starting with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937, reveals not just Disney’s best-known titles but also its long tail of cult classics, flops, oddities, and other lesser-known films.

To date, Disney has advertised the extensive catalog coming to Disney+, which launches on November 12, by highlighting the top titles from Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, NatGeo, and more.

It has also touted its dozens of upcoming original productions like The Mandalorian, a Lady and the Tramp remake, a Rogue One prequel, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and many others.

But today’s Twitter thread is a reminder that Disney’s back catalog goes deep.

There are the cheesy 80’s TV shows.

Edward Hickey 2018-02-09
img

A new report offers a few more details as to what Disney has in store for its upcoming Netflix rival.

The company last August had announced plans to debut its own streaming service in 2019 with content like Star Wars and Marvel movies, Disney studio and Pixar films.

This week Deadline offered a sneak peek into the service’s initial slate of content, which will include four to five original movies and five TV shows in its first year, none of which will be R-rated.

The shows may cost $25 million to $35 million for 10 episodes, though a more ambitious series could go up to $100 million, the report said.

In terms of feature film content, Deadline got wind of a variety of projects including “Don Quixote,” “Lady and the Tramp” (directed by Julia Hart) “The Paper Magician,” “Stargirl,” “Togo” (directed by Ericson Core), “3 Men and a Baby,” “Sword and the Stone,” and “Timmy Failure (with Tom McCarthy involved).

In post-production are a Mark Waters-directed film “Magic Camp,” and the Mark Lawrence-directed Noelle with Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader and Shirley MacLaine.