Tom Hooper's big screen adaptation of Cats really can't seem to catch a break, even on Blu-ray.
Logan star Hugh Jackman dodged a bullet by turning down a role in the much-maligned Cats.
The alleged cut of Cats the internet has become obsessed with did indeed exist and dealing with it was a nightmare.
A rumored version of Tom Hooper's Cats allegedly featured a bit more of the human-feline hybrids than anybody wanted to see.
Actor Seth Rogen made great use of his time in self-isolation by watching Cats through a haze of smoke.
Cats began trending on Twitter again but for perhaps the most unexpected reason, even for a movie like this.
The Razzies was set to hold their annual event over the weekend, but had to cancel due to the coronavirus.
The Golden Raspberry Awards is the latest function to get shut down because of the coronavirus.
James Cordon isn't the only one who hasn't seen Tom Hooper's big screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats.
Tom Hooper's big screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Broadway smash Cats was not the box office hit many thought it would be.
VFX Artists have taken offense to Oscar's Cats joke about bad visual effects, as presented by James Corden and Rebel Wilson.
The nominations for this year's Razzies are now in and the likes of Cats and the comic book caper Hellboy are the most dishonored.
Cats was supposed to be the movie to give Jumanji: Next Level and The Rise of Skywalker some competition.
A group of friends is trying to raise $15,000 for charity and they're willing to watch Cats for 24 hours straight if they hit that mark.
Pop star Taylor Swift has no complaints about Cats despite its poor critical and commercial performance.
Scott Derrickson and Marvel Studios have parted ways, which means that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is in need of a director.
While humans don't seem to be enjoying Tom Hooper's Cats all that much, maybe a screening with some dogs with help.
The big screen adaptation of the iconic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical has suffered at the box office, but may see a resurgence, thanks to drugs.
Director Tom Hooper's Cats is going to lose a boatload of money and will go down as one of the biggest box office flops of 2019.
Dwayne Johnson isn't very happy that his friend Devan Coggan is bragging about doubling up on his Cats screenings.