Christopher Nolan might have been the first to introduce Anne Hathaway to the world of comic book movies, but apparently Sam Raimi had plans to use the actress as a different “cat” character in his aborted Spidey sequel.
We've all heard that Christopher Nolan was never too keen to include the character of Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman, in his Dark Knight trilogy. So it's pretty interesting to see how the character evolved during the development phase. Want to see the Catwoman that could have been?
There are a lot of places you might expect to find spoilers to big summer movies, but late night talk shows usually aren't among them. Christopher Nolan and company have kept a tight lid on how The Dark Knight Rises wraps up, but all that secrecy may have just been thwarted by The Late Show's David Letterman. Or not.
Coming into this weekend, we knew we were looking at the final Dark Knight film for Christopher Nolan—but what about a potential spin-off in his Bat-universe? According to Anne Hathaway (Catwoman) it could happen, but there's only one thing that would bring her back. Dark Knight Rises spoilers ahead!
Earlier this year we heard that Steven Spielberg was after the God of Thunder himself, Chris Hemsworth, to save the Earth from a Robopocalypse. Now it seems he's after more comic book talent, this time of a feline persuasion.