It's taken close to four decades to make its way to the big screen, but at long last, a "Cats" movie is finally due to hit theaters this year. And now, the long-gestating film has finished production.

Production company Working Title and the movie's official Twitter page revealed the news on social media this week, tweeting out the jubilant news.

"Cats has wrapped," Working Title's tweet said. "Thank you to our amazing cast and crew. We made it!"

"It's a wrap!," the film's page shared, alongside a photo gallery of images from the set. "See you in December."

While there haven't been any official images or teasers released from the flick yet, the star-studded ensemble certainly has us excited for this adaptation. The ridiculously stacked cast includes Jennifer Hudson (playing Grizabella, who sings the show's most famous song, "Memory"), Taylor Swift (playing Bombalurina), Judi Dench (playing a gender-swapped Deuteronomy), Idris Elba (playing Macavity), James Corden (Bustopher Jones), Rebel Wilson (playing Jennyanydots), Ian McKellen (Gus the Theatre Cat), and Jason Derulo (Rum Tum Tugger).

"Cats," based on the classic musical from Andrew Lloyd Webber and directed by Oscar winner Tom Hooper, is due in theaters on December 20.