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Antonio Banderas attends “Puss in Boots” cat premiere


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Someone made a joke that the Internet is 90% cat pictures, and 10% everything else. You laugh … but then you get a message in your Inbox that convinces you the punch line might be right.

In honor of the upcoming animated comedy “Puss in Boots,” Paramount held a “Cat Premiere” with Antonio Banderas and some feline fans. The names of the famous cats on the red carpet crack me up. Robert Meowny, Jr. Kitty Purry. Leonardo Dicatrio. That, alone, prompted me to post this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCff_6TkFOs

Banderas is a good sport. He knows he’s into something fun and entertaining with the “Shrek” franchise. Plus, this prequel for Puss could be the creative spark this animated franchise has needed.

“Puss in Boots,” directed by Chris Miller, reunites Banderas with Salma Hayek. It will be in theaters on Oct. 28.

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