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Evan Rachel Wood is the latest to surface, “Cats” after it bombed at the box office.
The “Westworld” actress was in a state of shock on Wednesday when she took to her social media accounts, to the surface of the film with a series of expletives in the middle of a laugh.
“I’ve got a live response from such Wood, 32, said in an Instagram story before screaming, “What the f–k! What the f–k! What the f–k!”
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Wood continued to say, “what?” into the camera, before repeating, “what the f–k.” Oh, my god, my god!”
The HBO star’s dramatic reaction to the movie, after she’d expressed her loathing of the movie in a tweet that has since been removed.
“…#cats is actually even worse than I thought it would be, And I thought to myself that it would be terrible. But….I’m actually lost for words. Why would you want to change the choreography? I am LOST for words. It’s not the casts fault. It’s…possibly the worst thing I’ve ever seen. Ever,” she wrote on the social media platform, according to the Daily Mail.
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Fandom writer Eric Goldman tweeted in reaction to the Wood, it’s a joke that he felt like he was “on acid” while watching the movie. The wood was a dark in-joke of her own, writing, “All the way! As if my life wasn’t in danger, but I feel like I’m going to die.”
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The adaptation is by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical has been repeatedly bombarded by celebrities and fans alike ever since the monumental flop at the box office. In the movie, with a cost of $100 million to make, earned just $6.5 million in ticket sales in its first weekend. Critics have also frowned upon, with the film landing an 18-percent fresh score on Rotten tomatoes.