The council of Halle Berry and Michelle Pfeiffer, the Catwoman of Zoe Kravitz

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The Batman: The council of Halle Berry and Michelle Pfeiffer, the Catwoman of Zoe Kravitz

Halle Berry and Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman – WARNER BROS

MADRID, 19 Oct. (CulturaOcio) –

The first signings of the Batman of Matt Reeves have begun to be confirmed. It’s official Zoe Kravitz enfundará the clutches of Catwoman and the response by fans to this election has been overwhelmingly positive. Taking advantage of the situation, Halle Berry and Michelle Pfeiffer, who interpreted to the feline anti-hero in previous incarnations, they wanted to give a tip to the new actress.

Berry, who gave birth in 2004 to Catwoman in the infamous first and only movie of the character in a solo, he went up on Twitter two photos of Kravitz accompanied by a welcoming message.

“A special mention for the new Catwoman, the eternally charismatic and extremely hard Zoe Kravitz,” said the actress, John Wick: Parabellum.

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After this, Berry was advised to Kravitz: “Still shining, queen, and welcome to the family!”.

On the other hand, Michelle Pfeiffer said he was “very excited” when she mentioned to Kravitz during an interview on the occasion of the premiere of Maleficent: Mistress of evil.

“Make sure, when you are designing the attire, they have in mind that you have to go to the bathroom,” advised the actress addressing Kravitz. This recommendation, although striking, does not cease to be the same that Christian Bale gave Robert Pattinson the know that this would be Batman.

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Zoe Kravitz is the fifth actress to take the whip and the mask of Catwoman on the big screen, in a list which include names such as Lee Meriwether, or Anne Hathaway. In addition, it is the third actress non-caucasian in giving life to Selina Kyle, if you have in mind to Eartha Kitt, who played the role in the Batman series of 1966.

Next to Pattinson and Kravitz, Paul Dano has also confirmed his presence in the film, playing The Riddler, one of the villains more charismatic of the caped Crusader, which had not been allowed to see by the movie theaters since 1995, when Jim Carrey brought it to life in Batman Forever.

The movie, provisionally known as ‘The Batman’, you will come to the rooms from the summer of 2021.