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Seth Rogen live tweets his 'trippy' first viewing of Cats while stoned

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As the coronavirus pandemic forces millions to stay indoors, some celebs have found some unique ways to pass the time.

Actor and filmmaker Seth Rogen spent Tuesday night watching the film Cats for the first time, while stoned.

Seth hilariously live tweeted his 'trippy' viewing of the much-panned film for his 8.3million Twitter followers. 






Passing the time: Seth Rogen spent Tuesday night watching the film Cats for the first time, while stoned as he self-isolates at home amid the global coronavirus pandemic


'I'm pretty stoned and watching Cats. I've never seen the broadway show. It is truly trippy,' he began his stream of online analysis. 

'Am I supposed to know what a Jellicle is? They've said it 200,000 times but I don't know what's happening haha.'






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Seth critiqued everything from the special effects to the songs, questioning at one point: 

'Also the scale is bizarre. The behind the scenes features, which are amazing, said the set is 2.5 times scale but that would mean cats are like 60 pounds in real life.' 






Trippy; Seth hilariously live tweeted his 'trippy' viewing of the much-panned film for his 8.3million Twitter followers 


'Some cats in pants. Some no pants,' he continued before going on to tweet about some of the a-list actors in the movie.

'Jason Derulos feet don't look like they're touching the ground,' Seth pondered.

'Judi Dench is in a cat fur coat which I can only assume is socially APPALLING in this world,' the actor added before deciding: 'Judi dench looks the most cuddly.'






WTF: 'I'm pretty stoned and watching Cats. I've never seen the broadway show. It is truly trippy,' he began his stream of online analysis


Moving onto another big name in the film, he tweeted: 'Ian Mckellan just straight up has normal fingers,' but stopped short of critiquing Idris Elba, who plays the villainous Macavity, after the actor announced this week that he has tested positive for coronavirus.

'Out of respect, I'll leave Idris out of all this,' tweeted Seth. 

Seth, who alongside acting has also directed a number of TV projects and the 2013 film This Is The End, praised the filmmakers for convincing the actors to act like felines.  

 'I have a hard time getting actors to rehearse for like 20 mins. They got these people to train to lick their hands and rub them in their hair for weeks!!!' he said. 


















Purrr-fectly terrible: Cats the movie was 'honored' with a staggering six Razzie Awards, including Worst Picture on Monday







 









Questions: Seth critiqued everything from the special effects to the songs to the language


'"Do it more like a cat!" - the director of cats. "You sure it's not weird?" - actor in Cats. "Nah fam it's f**king genius! People have loved this s**t for decades! It's perfect!"'

After watching the movie, Seth decided it was time to switch over to something equally entertaining as he tweeted: 'Alright I'm turning this off and watching 90 day fiancé. Good night. Stay clean as f**k.'

But one fan recommended some extra circular viewing, tweeting the star: 'A VFX producer friend of a friend was hired in November to finish some of the 400 effects shots in @catsmovie His entire job was to remove CGI b***holes that had been inserted a few months before. Which means that, somewhere out there, there exists a b***hole cut of Cats.'






























Big names: Seth went on to tweet about some of the a-list actors in the movie, deciding: 'semangat88 situs judi deposit pulsa dench looks the most cuddly'














'Release the B***hole Cut of Cats!!' declared a delighted Seth. 

Cats was labelled the worst film of 2019 at Monday's Razzie Awards and now viewers can make up their own minds, with Universal's critically derided movie available to stream on various platforms, including iTunes and Amazon Prime Video, as of Tuesday. 

Planned by Universal as their big holiday release, the movie instead proved a box office flop, taking in just $70 million.









An all-star cast, including Judi Dench, Taylor Swift and Idris Elba, costumed in digitally-produced fur, couldn't save the film, which was ridiculed by critics and proved a box office flop. 

It is based on the T.S. Eliot-inspired hit Broadway musical Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber, which won three Tony Awards in 1982 and was at one point the longest-running musical on Broadway.