'Cats' Movie Trailer - Watch Jennifer Hudson Sing 'Memory'


The highly anticipated film adaptation of the musical has been tightly under-wraps since production began.

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Jennifer Hudson will star as Grizabella, a former "glamour cat".

Washington D.C. [USA], July 18 (ANI): Ahead of the "Cats" trailer, that is releasing tomorrow, a behind-the-scenes first look of the film was unveiled by the makers.

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Taylor Swift confirmed the trailer's release on Twitter, sharing a photo of a bejewelled flask with the words "Catnip" on.

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Holy wow. Just how director Tom Hooper was going to bring Cats to life was largely a mystery, but now his method is clear. Broadway musical Cats also comes to the silver screen and the first images are promising.

Swift, who is playing a character named Bombalurina, reveals she came straight off her Reputation stadium tour into rehearsals.

It was just on Wednesday fans got to see a behind-the-scenes look at the movie, though there didn't seem to be any motion capture, which Hooper teased at last year's CinemaCon would be how the cats were designed. "Folks coming collectively by means of all completely different corners of leisure".

One of the longest-running shows in West End and Broadway history, "Cats" received its world premiere at the New London Theatre in 1981-where it played for 21 record-breaking years and nearly 9,000 performances.

Lord Lloyd-Webber, who created the 1981 musical, has reportedly written a new song to appear in the film.