Mrowr! Michelle Pfeiffer says she's ready to return as Catwoman

It's been 20 years since Michelle Pfeiffer got to wear that oh-so-skin-tight black latex catsuit in Batman Returns (where does time fly!?), but the actress says that she'd be more than willing to play the role again. Can we have a Mrowr?

True, true, we really can't believe it either that it's actually been that long since Pfeiffer graced the big screen as Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman, in director Tim Burton's second Batman film, but the still stunningly beautiful 54-year-old actress—recently seen in Burton's Dark Shadows remake—told E! UK that she'd be willing the play the role again IF she were asked.

"Probably, if they asked me," Pfeiffer told us at the Los Angeles Film Festival premiere of her new film People Like Us when we asked if she's ever slip back into the catsuit. "It's unlikely that they're going to ask me."

But if they did ask the actress, that costume would have to be way more comfortable than the original ''vacuum-packed'' outfit Pfeiffer wore back then ever was:

"It was probably really unhealthy and it would literally just start to squeeze my skin. I was only allowed to wear it for so many hours."

We don't know that it'll ever happen (most likely not) but we guess that if it did happen (anything IS possible with all those remakes, reboots, etc., after all), there'd be many a happy fanboy out there.

What do you guys think? Do you think Michelle Pfeiffer still has what it takes to play Catwoman again?

(via Comic Book Movie)

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