So yesterday we got to see Henry Cavill as Superman with a blown-out 80’s powerbroker hairdo, and today we get our first official look at Anne Hathaway in her Catwoman getup for Christopher Nolan’s final Batman film The Dark Knight Rises. My first impressions echo similar sentiments being expressed throughout the Internetz today, “Where are her cowl and cat ears?” On one hand, I expected Nolan to stick to his “Batman in the real world” guns, and this sleek, high-tech cat burglar garb certainly fits the bill – but on the other hand, it would be nice to see the character retain some of her iconic appearance. It’s possible this is not the final Catwoman costume, but I wouldn’t get my hopes up to see a cowl. Regardless, this is still better than Halle Berry’s Catwoman costume…(click to enlarge)
Russell Crowe is a really good Australian actor who has been in dozens of successful movies like Gladiator and American Gangster. He’s also pretty crazy. Now he’s going to bring that Down-Under nuttiness to Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot as Jor-El, the biological father of Superman – a role once made famous by fellow notable lunatic Marlon Brando. What do you think of this casting? Is Crowe too young to pull off Jor-El?
MTV online posted this brand new banner today from the upcoming DC Comics adaptation, showing off several key members of the Green Lantern Corps, including the protagonist of the film Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds), Sinestro (Mark Strong), Abin Sur (Temura Morrison), Kilowog (voiced by Michael Clarke Duncan), and Tomar Re (voiced by Geoffrey Rush). It looks terrific, and it should, because a recent report stated the CGI rendering costs on this film recently skyrocketed to $9 million over budget. Green Lantern hits theaters on June 17.
Wonder Woman is an Amazon warrior princess from the mystical island of Themyscira, who lives for the glory of battle and the pursuit of justice and equality for all. She stands proud in the world of men as a superhero, a protector, and a key member of the Justice League of America. However, in NBC’s upcoming re-imagining of the character, Wonder Woman is apparently a CEO of a company that makes Wonder Woman dolls and is really insecure about the size of her tits, as demonstrated in Tanit Phoenix’s audition tape. I hope you’re proud of yourself, David E. Kelley.