Zoe Kravitz Provides Update on Catwoman to Ellen

Brenda Watkins
January 14, 2020

Nobody ever said that fitting into a tight leather suit and cat ears and beating up Batman would be easy and the new Catwoman apparently comes home limping everyday after her training sessions.

It was previously announced that Zoe Kravitz has been roped in to play Catwoman in The Batman. However, to alleviate the wait we bring some brief statements from the actress Zoë Kravitz in which he speaks for the first time of his role as Catwoman in the film that Matt Reeves is shooting in the United Kingdom.

And while her workouts have been really challenging, Zoe is excited anyway.

"It's just exciting to be focused very specifically on a tale that is defining for him and very personal to him".

And, while preparing for The Batman has been going well, Zoe admitted that it hasn't been easy.

"Yes. Catwoman", Kravitz says which sees the audience erupt with cheers.

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Zoe Kravitz, who will play Catwoman in the new "Batman" movie, met the original star who slipped into the catsuit, Michelle Pfeiffer, while at the Golden Globes on January 5!

Zoe ended up being seated next to Michelle, 61, at the Golden Globes, and admitted it felt like she was "bowing to the queen" and "nervous to be in her presence".

"It's been great, and hard", the actress said, agreeing with host Ellen DeGeneres that the role is "very physical".

Ellen chimed in, "I bet". [The role is] Very bodily. The meeting was quite a significant one for Zoe, who will play Catwoman in the new Robert Pattinson Batman movie. Why? I return home only limping each day, ' Kravitz said with a giggle.

The Batman is staged by Matt Reeves. The film also stars Colin Farrell as Penguin, Paul Dano as Riddler, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth and Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon.

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