It looks like even "Cats" composer Andrew Lloyd Webber wasn't a fan of the film adaptation of his musical.
Speaking with UK's Sunday Times, the award-winning musical theater composer, who served as an executive producer on the film, explained what he believes was the ultimate "problem" with the 2019 box-office flop, which Webber described as "ridiculous."
"I'm happy to be here, happy to be nominated, and I had a really great time working on that weird-ass movie," the pop star told Variety back in January. "I'm not gonna retroactively decide that it wasn't the best experience. I never would have met Andrew Lloyd Webber or gotten to see how he works, and now he's my buddy. I got to work with the sickest dancers and performers. No complaints."
James Corden -- who along with co-star Rebel Wilson mocked the film's SFX during the 2020 Oscars -- shared his thoughts on "Cats" during a round of his infamous late-night show segment "Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts" with Justin Bieber in February.
When Bieber asked Corden how much he regretted making the film on a scale of 1 to 10, the late-night host said, "Well, here's the thing. I had the loveliest time making that film. You've got to decide things on your own personal experience and I had a really great time."
"So I don't regret doing it at all because I decided to do it in the same way that I've decided to do many things, some have worked and some haven't," he added.
However, Corden gave it a 4.5 on that scale, which tips it on the side of regret.