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Batgirl Movie Reportedly Included Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman Easter Egg

DC's Batgirl movie has been in the headlines quite a lot this week, after it was confirmed that Warner Bros. Discovery will be cancelling the film entirely, instead of releasing it in theaters or on HBO Max. This decision, which is relatively unprecedented in the cinema landscape, has left a lot of people wondering what could have been in store for the movie, especially considering the film's unique place in the DC multiverse. In addition to the return of Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne / Batman for the first time in decades, a new report reveals that Batgirl would have featured an Easter egg to Keaton's original version of Selina Kyle / Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer). In the latest episode of The Town with Matthew Belloni podcast, Belloni and The Hollywood Reporter's Borys Kit revealed that Pfeiffer's Catwoman mask would have been shown in the film.
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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Star Michelle Pfeiffer Celebrates Evangeline Lilly's Birthday with Behind-the-Scenes Photo

Marvel's upcoming Phase Five line-up is a big one, and it will kick off with Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which is hitting theatres in February. Fans are excited to see the return of Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly in the titular roles. Today marks Lilly's 43rd birthday, and some of her Marvel co-stars have taken to social media to celebrate her special day. Michelle Pfeiffer, who plays Lilly's mom Janet Van Dyne, shared a very cute behind-the-scenes photo of them together.
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Michelle Pfeiffer reacts to Britney Spears calling her 'a freaking God' as Catwoman

When Britney Spears sang about cracking a whip in her 2008 single "Circus," she might have been thinking of Batman Returns star Michelle Pfeiffer doing just that as Catwoman. In a passionate Instagram post on Tuesday evening, the pop superstar praised Pfeiffer's take on the DC Comics villainess in Tim Burton's 1992 superhero epic as "charming" and "sexy," calling her an "alluring woman" who captured her attention in "probably the hottest scene I've ever seen in my life."
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Michelle Pfeiffer says she's a 'huge fan' after Britney calls her Catwoman 'God'

Girls supporting girls, and we love to see it. Michelle Pfeiffer talks wonders about Britney Spears after the singer praises the Catwoman in her latest Instagram post. Britney Spears is no stranger to surprising her millions of Instagram followers with extravagant dances and lengthy paragraphs. For this week’s delight, the...
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The First Lady review: Gillian Anderson, Michelle Pfeiffer and Viola Davis can’t save this confused period drama

The first lady of the US is a high-profile title, but it’s not a political one. There are no duties assigned to the post, which typically changes size to fit the ambitions of the woman who holds it. If the extremely dry new Paramount+ drama The First Lady illuminates anything, it’s how universally difficult it is for first ladies to navigate the role’s plasticity. Current Flotus Dr Jill Biden – who teaches community college – is the first presidential spouse to hold a job outside the White House, while Michelle Obama famously championed a campaign for ending childhood obesity, whereas...
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'Batman Returns': Michelle Pfeiffer on Catwoman's Whip and Dating Michael Keaton Years Earlier (Flashback)

Michelle Pfeiffer wasn’t going to play Catwoman in Batman Returns without first mastering the comic book character’s trademark weapon. As the actress explained to ET in 1992, going toe to toe with Michael Keaton’s Caped Crusader was “one of the hardest things” she had ever done in her career at the time. And just one of the challenges she faced was learning how to wield Selina Kyle’s whip, which Pfeiffer credited to her teacher, Anthony Delongis, a fight choreographer and movement teacher at UCLA.
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