Lady and the Tramp: Lady Faces Big Changes in Latest Remake Trailer

Disney+ has released the second official trailer for its upcoming live-action remake of Lady and the Tramp.

The latest trailer for this retelling of the 1955 animated film of the same name focuses on Tessa Thompson's Lady, and the fact that she is the center of her owners' universe. That is, of course, until their baby is born.

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It is at this point that Lady is faced with massive status quo changes in her household and everything seems to turn on its head for her. She even ends up catching the blame for a broken porcelain statue -- which was actually knocked over by the cat -- and is subsequently scolded by Yvette Nicole Brown's Aunt Sarah.

As Lady comes to terms with the fact that her life may be irreversibly changing, Justin Theroux's Tramp recites his famous line from the original Lady and the Tramp: "When the baby moves in, the dog moves out." The trailer then cuts to the two canines going off on an adventure of their own -- including the iconic scene of them sharing a plate of spaghetti. The montage cultimates in a chase sequence, in which Lady is in pursuit of a dog pound carriage. Meanwhile, her worried owners attempt to find her.

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Lady and the Tramp stars Tessa Thompson as Lady, Justin Theroux as Tramp, Sam Elliott as Trusty, Ashley Jensen as Jock, Benedict Wong as Bull, Janelle Monáe as Peg, Kiersey Clemons as Darling Dear, Thomas Mann as Jim Dear, Yvette Nicole Brown as Aunt Sarah, Arian Martinez as Elliot and Arturo Castro as Marco. The film arrives Nov. 12 exclusively on Disney+.

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