Anne Hathaway Wants To Reprise DC’s Catwoman


During an interview at the Toronto Film Festival, Anne Hathaway said she would love to play DC‘S Catwoman again. We first saw Hathaway’s Catwoman back in 2012 for The Dark Knight Rises. *Spoiler alert.* Wanting a clean slate, she betrays Batman but ultimately helps save Gotham before departing with Wayne to live their lives in Florence.

Hathaway has described her role as Selina Kyle being the most physically demanding role she has ever played. Hathaway trained vigorously in martial arts for her role, doubling her efforts at the gym in order to keep up with such a demanding role. Hathaway’s inspiration for her take on Catwoman came from Hedy Lamarr, a bad-ass film actress and inventor during World War II.

I loved that character and I had such a blast playing her,” Hathaway said. “I’m not sure how it would work because I think the Chris Nolan chapter of the Batman story has been wrapped up and I’m part of that, but I love the DC Universe and it would be fun to take a trip back.”

Previous actresses who played Catwoman include Halle Berry and Michelle Pfeiffer, both of whom only played the role once.

Halle Berry in Catwoman (2004)

Michelle Pfeiffer in Batman Returns (1992)

With so much potential for the DC Universe, maybe it’ll be possible, but then again every Catwoman seems to only have one starring movie. Would you like to see Anne Hathaway reprise her role? Or would you rather we see a different actress bring new potential to Catwoman? Comment, share and like below, or tweet me @SohoDoll. And as always, “Never steal anything from someone you can’t outrun, kid” – Selina Kyle.


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