Michelle Pfeiffer Says She Would "Probably" Play CATWOMAN Again
The actress - who donned a very tight outfit to play the character in Tim Burton's Batman Returns - says she would be open to reprising the role in a future movie, if asked..
Anne Hathaway is set to take on the role of Catwoman in Christopher Nolan's final Bat-flick, The Dark Knight Rises. But of course that won't be the first time we will have seen the feline femme fatale up on the screen. The character was portrayed by quite a few actresses over the years, most memorably by Michelle Pfeiffer in Tim Burton's Batman Returns. Her take on Selina Kyle/Catwoman left a lot of people hot under the collar, and aside from a few silly deviations regarding her origins, was a fairly spot on take on the popular Batman villain. Now Pfeiffer - still a knockout at 54 - has revealed to E! UK that she would actually be up for reprising the role at some point..
"Probably, if they asked me. It's unlikely that they're going to ask me."
Well, if it ever did happen at least they might be able to work on making her outfit a bit more comfortable. When describing the experience of wearing her "vacuum-packed" Catwoman costume Pfeiffer said - "It was probably really unhealthy and it would literally just start to squeeze my skin. I was only allowed to wear it for so many hours.". But of course she is right, it IS very unlikely that she would ever be asked back to play a role that has since been taken over by another actress, even when the inevitable reboot roles around. But, just imagine if they ever got a live action Dark Knight Returns movie up and running, who better to play a more mature Selina Kyle?
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