Fandango has released an exclusive clip from Nine Lives, a 2016 comedy that’s in the running for the weirdest concept of the summer. The movie stars Kevin Spacey as a successful billionaire who gets trapped in the body of a cat. How exactly did that happen? Well we’re not sure, but it has something to do with that eccentric pet store owner played by Christopher Walken, and he’ll never get his old body back if he doesn’t set things right with his wife played by Jennifer Garner, and his 11 year old daughter.
You know it’s like one of those body switcheroo movies which have practically become their own genre, except we don’t get to see Kevin Spacey’s character’s body walking around meowing and chasing mice.
In theaters August 5.
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