Catwoman actress Zoe Kravitz appeared on Ellen to provide an update on Catwoman and give us a look at what she might look like as the infamous Batman antagonist and sometimes ally.

She also detailed how physical her training has been for Catwoman.

Towards the end of the interview, Ellen and Kravitz discuss the upcoming Batman film.

Ellen states, “This is very exciting. I just found this out today, I don’t know if everyone else knows this. But you are about to start filming. You are going to be in the Batman movie. And you are?”

Kravitz responded, “Catwoman. Yea. Nervous.”

She then told Ellen about meeting Michelle Pfeiffer, who played Catwoman in Batman Returns, “I was actually sitting at the Globes with David Kelly, because he writes our show, and Michelle Pfeiffer. And I was bowing to the queen. I am nervous to be in her presence now.”

Kravitz then confirmed she is heading to London to start filming Batman and teased that she’s tried on a number of Catwoman costumes.

Ellen asked her, “Have you had a costume fitting yet?”

Kravitz answered, “We’ve had many. It’s going really well. It’s very exciting. I’ve been training a ton too, which has been great and hard.”

Ellen chimed in, “I bet. It’s very physical?’

Kravitz responded, “Very physical. I come home limping every day. It’s actually pathetic.”

Zoe Kravitz showed off her new haircut on Instagram a little over a month after she was confirmed to be playing Catwoman in the upcoming Batman film by director Matt Reeves.

The Batman is being directed by Matt Reeves.

Along with the Zoe Kravitz, the film stars Robert Pattinson as Batman, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Colin Farrell as the Penguin, Paul Dano as the Riddler, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Jim Gordon, Jayme Lawson as a political candidate named Bella, and Peter Sarsgaard in an unannounced role.

The film is expected to hit theaters on June 25, 2021.

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