The canine forged of Disney’s live-action remake of Girl and the Tramp are nearly all first-time actors… however one comes with a particular pedigree. Talking with Yahoo Leisure, Justin Theroux — who voices the roguish Tramp — reveals that his canine, Kuma, makes a cameo look within the new film, which is presently out there to observe on the Mouse Home’s new streaming service, Disney+. Late within the movie, the Tramp’s beloved Girl (voiced by Tessa Thompson) is taken to a canine pound and the primary pup she passes is Kuma. “When you maintain your eyes open and don’t blink, you will note her,” Theroux says proudly. (Quick-forward to the 61-minute mark on your personal Kuma sighting, or simply watch our video interview above.)
Whereas she might have a well-known proprietor, Kuma has fairly a bit in frequent with the remainder of her co-stars: She’s additionally a rescue canine. Girl and the Tramp director Charlie Bean and the remainder of the manufacturing staff made some extent of assembling an ensemble of rescue canine for the movie, all of whom have since discovered houses. (Yvette Nicole Brown, who has a small function within the movie, added one of many canine to her family.) Theroux and Kuma discovered one another within the wake of Hurricane Harvey, and the actor formally adopted her in 2018. She’s since develop into a daily presence on his Instagram, with the 2 not too long ago recreating a traditional second from each variations of Girl and the Tramp.
Whereas Theroux is thrilled that Kuma is making her characteristic movie debut, he’s happier that Girl and the Tramp is offering a showcase for rescue canine like Monte, who performs the Tramp onscreen and joined the actor for our interview. “This can be a story a couple of homeless canine, and a canine that has a house. It’s a kind of stuff you’re so excited to advertise as a result of… story behind the film is cool and clearly the film is gorgeous.”
Girl and the Tramp is presently streaming on Disney+.
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