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Anyone who's spent time with a cat might agree with filmmaker Peter Atencio when he says cats are the "15-year-olds of the animal kingdom"."Keanu," in theaters Friday, tells the story of Clarence and Rell ("Key & Peele" stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele), two mild-mannered guys who pretend to be killer criminals after a gang of thugs steals Rell's kitten, Keanu.Some kittens are better at hitting marks, for example, while others are particularly skilled at sitting still and being adorable.Payne initially trained three kittens to play Keanu, but they aged out halfway through production.Peele, who co-wrote "Keanu," said a cat-napped kitten wasn't part of the film's original premise.Atencio would do one again, saying, "I would love to do a kitten-based horror or thriller".Maybe he'll call on the kittens formerly known as Keanu? Though one went home with "Keanu" co-star Tiffany Haddish to become a housecat, Payne said the others will continue to act.
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