The First Official Trailer For ‘Cats’ Is Finally Here

The song "Memories" sounds vaguely familiar, and the tag "one chance for a new life" seems to indicate that one of the cats, maybe dancer Francesca Hayward, will have the chance to discover who she is and where she belongs in this very odd world. However, the musical did see humans wear catsuit onesies, so why not try something bigger and bolder for the film adaptation.

The technique used to add digital fur to the cast's bodies (and faces) has apparently never before used done. We have a feeling you'll be seeing them tonight in your dreams (or nightmares) depending on how you feel about the look of it! The sets are enormous to make the actors look cat-sized.

This tribe of Jellicles prowls and leaps about on super-sized furniture and other settings to make them look realistically cat-sized.

What is your take on Cats trailer? After making its debut in the 80s, the show has remained popular on Broadway ever since and continues to get adapted across the world, thanks to its powerful music and dance numbers.

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I'm going to see this because I'm concerned for the well-being of society and need to know what to guard against, but also I'm terrified, and Tom Hooper needs to buy us all a drink for whatever this is.

However Swift, a well-known cat lover, described the trailer as "everything".

Oscar-winning director, Hooper, who was at the helm of the well-received Les Mis movie released in 2012 "transforms Andrew Lloyd Webber's record-shattering stage musical into a breakthrough cinematic event", a press release for the film announced. Picture: Universal Who is Francesca Hayward, who plays Victoria in the Cats live action remake?

The 'abomination' is scheduled to be released on December 20, just in time to ruin your Christmas and possibly, your whole year.

  • Michelle Webb