Last year’s big-screen adaptation of Cats will never cease to be a wonder, whether you’re counting how universally disliked it is, how much money it supposedly lost (around $113 million, but who’s counting?), or how it became the first movie that needed a post-release visual patch while still in cinemas.
The movie was the subject of ridicule at February’s Academy Awards, which resulted in the industry’s Visual Effects Society officially disowning it–and now even the show’s original creator Andrew Lloyd Webber has spoken out against the Cats movie. In an interview with The Sunday Times, as picked up by Deadline, Webber knows exactly where he wants to put the blame for Cats’ failings.
“The problem with the film was that Tom Hooper decided that he didnâ€™t want anybody involved in it who was involved in the original show,” Webber said in the interview. “The whole thing was ridiculous.”
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