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Anne Hathaway Calls Catwoman Costume A “Psychological Terrorist,” Michelle Pfeiffer Agrees

Christian Bale’s Batman costume was particularly unforgiving for the actor. He was recently quoted saying the costume almost caused him to pass out on set but he isn’t the only one from Christopher Nolan’s trilogy who had clothing issues. Anne Hathaway just referred to hers as a “psychological terrorist.” Direct quote. Unsurprisingly, she’s also not the only Catwoman actress to take issue with the outfit. Batman Returns’ Michelle Pfeiffer wasn’t very comfortable in hers either. More details, including Pfeiffer’s possible return to the role, after the jump! 


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Waffle Press that Makes Tiny Furniture

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Things We Saw Today: The New Logo For DC Comics?

So…this happened. On the left is the current DC Comics logo. On the right is what Bleeding Cool is reporting as their newly designed logo for both DC Comics and DC Entertainment. BC points out that when the old logo was revealed in 2005 it was universally panned but well-liked now. And guess what? Everyone already hates it. We can’t imagine why… Hit the jump for all the other stuff we saw today!


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Anne Hathaway Is Saying Some Interesting Things About The Dark Knight Rises And Catwoman

Cast members of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises have been giving the smallest bits of information they could give about the film in recent interviews. But Anne Hathaway recently got to chatting with Hero Complex and gave a whole bunch of info about her character Selina Kyle, Gotham City and more! Read on, spoilers will be covered up. 


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Everyone Has A Crush On Batman

Mike Maihack (who we selected for the art section of our 2011 Holiday Gift Guide) has drawn Batgirl/Supergirl strips before that have resonated with us but perhaps none so much as this. Hit the jump to see all the other cool stuff we saw today. 


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Here Is a Spooktastic Glimpse at Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows

Entertainment Weekly has the first official look at Tim Burton‘s film adaptation of Dark Shadows, and it’s probably fair to say we’re a little bit less worried about Johnny Depp’s appearance now. A little bit. You might recall the earlier set pictures we posted in which Depp’s Barnabas Collins looks, well, like exactly how Tim Burton would interpret Barnabas Collins if he were a gothic, deranged mime-clown. Or Michael Jackson. (Wow, imagine if Tim Burton did a Michael Jackson biopic? Michael Jackson would probably have dug that sooooo much. Anyway … ) But here, the look is considerably more toned down, and according to EW, he is supposed to be taking on more of the “aged little boy look” of the original Barnabas, Jonathan Frid. You’ll also see Michelle Pfeiffer as Elizabeth Stoddard Collins, Helena Bonham Carter as Dr. Julia Hoffman, and Chloë Moretz as Carolyn Stoddard. EW has a comprehensive rundown of all the characters. Click through to get a bigger look at the pic.

(via Topless Robot)


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Julie Newmarr Purrrrrfers the Batman Series She Did With Adam West, Thankyouverymuch

Julie Newmarr thinks that Batman these days is just too scowly and dark. The first woman to play Catwoman on TV (Lee Meriwether played her in the 1966 movie), Newmarr longs for the days when the Bat was a light-hearted, silly crimefighter played by Adam West who had fights festooned with comic book-style violence bubbles. And while she thinks Anne Hathaway will do a fine job in the role, she had a few choice words about some other latter-day Catwoman portrayers.


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Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows Gets a Release Date

The much-anticipated film adaptation of the campy 1960s horror series Dark Shadows is set to be released just about a year from now. May 11, 2012, to be precise. This is the latest Tim Burton-Johnny Depp collaboration which is why we consider it “much-anticipated,” but also because of this cast: Helena Bonham Carter (natch), Chloe Moretz, Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Jackie Earle Haley. It’s also been years since this project was first announced, so it’s good to finally know that we’re going to get to see this soon.