James Corden reveals he doesn't regret Cats

James Corden has revealed he does not regret appearing in the film Cats.

In a show segment called 'Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts' on The Late Late Show with James Corden, he revealed to his guest, Justin Bieber, that he does not regret Cats.

"On a scale from one to ten how much do you regret doing Cats?" Bieber asked the host.

"Well, here's the thing, I had the loveliest time making that film. It took me six days and I loved every single second of it. So, I think you gotta decide things on your own personal experience, and I had a really great time," Corden replied.

"I don't regret doing it all, because I decided to do it in the same way I decided to do many things. Some have worked, some haven't. Some I'm going to put it at a solid five... a four-point-five."

Cats disastrously flopped at the US and UK box office, only grossing NZ$10 million in its opening weekend and gaining mixed reactions from the audience.

One person said they watched the movie blindly with their friends as a joke but had no idea what was happening. 

"Usually movies explain themselves more than just what they did. They opened by singing about being 'jellicle cats' - not mentioning what the hell a 'jellicle' is or how they differ from regular cats.

"The opening name scene was super creepy and I never knew what they were talking about. Why do they need three names when they only refer to one? And where the hell did the main white cat come from?" posted the person. 

But its reputation has also made it unexpectedly popular, with many giving the movie five stars. 

"I genuinely loved this film adaptation," one person said.

"Right from the opening scene it was clear that the casting was spot on, the movements, the singing and the camera shots all worked in harmony to transport you back to the original theatre production.

"It was slick, and it made me sit back in the chair and settle in for what I hoped would be a worthy two-hour visit to the cinema."

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