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In all the decades I’ve been watching the movie business, never before have I seen such an overwhelmingly negative backlash to a movie trailer. In fact, I’ve never seen anything close to the unified revulsion toward the upcoming musical Cats.
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The movie, which is scheduled for release this Christmas and directed by The King’s Speech Oscar-winner Tom Hooper (Les Miserables), is based on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1981 Broadway smash of the same name. The stage production currently ranks as the fourth longest-running Broadway show in history, nearly 7500 performances, and was successfully revived in 2016 for 563 performances.
Why adapt it as nightmare fuel?
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This is what Cats looked like on stage: a funky, garish, vulgar, audacious thing that was perfect for theater in the go-go 80s.
The reactions to the three-minute trailer have been nothing short of hilarious, much more entertaining than the trailer itself:
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“People – Sonic Trailer Looks Bad; Cat’s Trailer – Hold My Catnip.”
“So this is what the people in Bird Box were seeing…”
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“Leaked footage of Elon Musk’s failed first attempt at creating cat girls.”
“Even furries reject this. Think about that. You monsters created something THAT EVEN FURRIES REJECT.”
Hollywood… - Just
“Hollywood….. Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.”
“Excited for a high school kid with a flashlight to politely ask me to leave for laughing so loud.”
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“WHAT. IS. HAPPENIIIIIING? (I’m scared)”
“If the cats are going to have ****, they should have six ****. And the song Jennifer Hudson screams her way through should be called...
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