Andrew Lloyd Webber dismisses ‘Cats’ movie: “I saw it and thought: ‘Oh God, no’”

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The creator of the musical bought a dog after watching 2019’s ‘Cats’

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Andrew Lloyd Webber once again slated for a 2019 movie version cat’s, stating that it was responsible for him to buy a dog.

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directed by Tom Hooper, cat’s It was criticized by critics for its bizarre CGI feline makeovers and oddball casting, including James Corden, Jason Derulo, Dame Judi Dench, Taylor Swift and Jennifer Hudson.

Later earlier branding The film’s adaptation “ridiculous” shortly after its release, Lloyd Webber, who made the original cat’s The musical has once again targeted the film.


talking to DiversityLloyd Webber said: “cat’s Off-the-scale was all wrong. There was really no understanding of why the music stuck out at all.

Andrew Lloyd Webber. credit: he was suppressed / Getty Images

“I looked at it and I thought, ‘Oh my god, no.’ It was the first time in my 70-years on this planet that I went out and bought a dog. So the one good thing that comes out of this is my little Havana puppy.

He’s so attached to his new dog, the music legend even found a way so he could take the puppy with him on planes.

Lloyd Webber explained, “I wrote and said that I need him with me at all times because I am emotionally damaged and I must have this therapy dog.” “The airline wrote back and said, ‘Can you prove you really need him?’ And I said ‘Yeah, just look at what Hollywood did to my music’ cat’s.

“Then approval came back with a note saying, ‘No doctor’s report required.'”


Hudson, who played Grizabella in the film, expressed earlier this year that she believes the adaptation has been “misunderstood”.

“It’s unfortunate that this was misunderstood,” Hudson said. “I think people will see it differently later on. But it’s something I’m still very proud of and grateful to be a part of.”

Not everyone despised the film adaptation, with GranthshalaIts three-star review states that “the unexpected fun was here – despite the awkwardness”.

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