Actress Jennifer Hudson, who promoted Aretha Franklin’s biopic “Respect”, recently discussed the potential legacy left by the 2019 legendary musical disaster “Cats”.
The film, directed by Tom Hooper, suffered catastrophic reviews, made headlines for digital errors in the release, talked about a ‘Butthole Cut’ and ultimately brought in only $ 75.5 million worldwide from a budget close to $ 100 million .
Talking with Total film, she was asked about her thoughts on the film adaptation of the longtime Andrew Lloyd Webber stage production. Hudson offered an enthusiastic response, saying she loved that she was asked about it and then added:
“You know what? I think it was a little overwhelming. It’s a shame it was misunderstood. I think people will see it differently later. But it’s something I’m still very proud of and grateful to have been a part of. Yes, I must be Grizabella Glamor Cat! ”
Many of her co-stars have set up the film, as has Webber herself. If you have not seen it with your own eyes, “Cats” is currently being streamed on Cinemax.
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