'Lady and the Tramp' Gets the Disney Live-Action Treatment

Ugh. Lady and the Tramp is like my third favorite Disney movie ever, so of course I’m not cool with it being remade, but if they were set on doing this, is there any reason that they have to use CG for the dogs? I seem to remember a lot of movies about dogs in history that used real, trained ones and they worked great. Do their mouths have to move? Why can’t they do the Homeward Bound thing, where the voices are there but just inside their heads or something? There are some real dogs in this trailer, but the up close stuff is weird and obviously fake and I hate it. This story could have easily been done 100% “live-action” like they advertise. This will be one of the first features coming to the new Disney Plus streaming service though, so no theaters for this one.