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Is Catwoman in the Batman Movie?


The Batman franchise has always been a fan favorite, and with each new movie, fans eagerly await the introduction of new characters. One such character is Catwoman, a notorious villainess who has always been a part of the Batman universe. With the new movie in production, fans are speculating whether Catwoman will make an appearance, and if so, who will play her role.

The History of Catwoman in Batman Movies

Catwoman made her first appearance in the 1960s television series, played by Julie Newmar. Since then, many actresses have portrayed the feline fatale on both television and film.

Some of the most notable portrayals include Michelle Pfeiffer in ‘Batman Returns’ (1992) and Anne Hathaway in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ (2012). Each actress brought their unique interpretation to the role, making it their own.

Rumors about Catwoman in The Batman

With every new Batman movie comes speculation on which villains will be included in it. Fans have been eagerly waiting to see if Catwoman will be featured in ‘The Batman’, directed by Matt Reeves. While there has been no official announcement regarding her inclusion, rumors have been circulating for some time that Zoe Kravitz has been cast as Selina Kyle aka Catwoman.

Zoe Kravitz’s Possible Role as Catwoman

Zoe Kravitz is an accomplished actress known for her roles in ‘Big Little Lies’ and ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’. She has also appeared in superhero movies like ‘X-Men: First Class’ and ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’. If she is indeed playing Catwoman, it will be interesting to see how she brings her own style to the character.


While there has been no official confirmation about Catwoman’s inclusion in ‘The Batman’, fans are hopeful that she will make an appearance. With Zoe Kravitz rumored to have been cast as Selina Kyle, there is already a buzz around her interpretation of the iconic character. As with any new Batman movie, fans eagerly await its release to see which villains will be included and how they will be portrayed.