Disney has released new images from its Lady and the Tramp live-action remake that highlight the film’s canine stars. First released to People, these photos not only show off the actors who will be giving our canine heroes their voices, but also the canines themselves, who — as opposed to CGI — will be played by real-life dogs.
The titular Tramp will be physically played by a rescue dog named Monte and voiced by actor Justin Theroux. Meanwhile, Lady is played by a cocker spaniel named Rose and voiced by none other than Thor: Ragnarok‘s Tessa Thompson. The photos also highlight the dogs playing Trusty the aging bloodhound (voiced by Sam Elliot), Jock the Scottish terrier (Ashley Jensen), Peg the fluffy pup (Janelle Monáe), and Tramp’s Bulldog buddy Bull (Benedict Wong). Take a look in the gallery below.
Based on these photos, the Lady and the Tramp remake will only be making a few changes when it comes to the animal characters from the animated film. It’s been known for a while that Jock will be gender-swapped in the live-action retelling, but otherwise, the dogs in the story are pretty much the same in this new version. People reports these real-life pups are also rescue animals; Monte, in particular, was rescued from a kill-shelter in New Mexico and eventually adopted by one of the film’s animal trainers, Mark Forbes.
Lady and the Tramp arrives Nov. 12 exclusively on Disney+.