Justin Theroux had the most adorable red carpet date at the premiere of his latest film "Lady and The Tramp" -- his rescue pup, Kuma!
The 48-year-old and the pit bull even paid tribute to the film's most iconic scene while eating from a plate of spaghetti, romantically sharing one noodle!
"It's her first movie red carpet. She's done animal work kind of red carpets," he said of Kuma, who snagged the role of pound dog number three in the film.
"I bring her everywhere. When people tell me I can't bring her in, then I apologize and leave," he admitted of his relationship with Kuma, who he rescued from Hurricane Harvey, in an interview with ET Online.
"We've all read the studies, they lower your heart rate, people live longer apparently, but yeah. I think she's comforting," he explained. "I don't ever have to look across the room at her and wonder if we're still on the same side."
The film, which is a live-action remake of the 1955 Walt Disney Film of the same name, stars Theroux as the voice of the mutt Tramp, a stray who meets the upper-class cocker spaniel Lady, played by Tessa Thompson.
The cast was also joined by their canine counterparts who starred in the film at this week's premiere.