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Michelle Pfeiffer, 62, reveals she would love to play Catwoman again if given the chance: ‘No one’s asked me yet’

Michelle Pfeiffer is open to reprising her role as Catwoman.

The 62-year-old actress, who played Selina Kyle/ Catwoman in Tim Burton’s Batman Returns in 1992, hasn’t ruled out donning the catsuit and claws once again and says she’s just waiting to be asked. 

During an interview with Screen Rant about her upcoming movie French Exit, Pfeiffer said: ‘I would if anyone asked me, but no one’s asked me yet.’

Waiting for the call: Michelle Pfeiffer has said she'd be open to playing Catwoman again but is just waiting to be asked

Waiting for the call: Michelle Pfeiffer has said she’d be open to playing Catwoman again but is just waiting to be asked

It follows news that Michael Keaton will be reprising his Batman role in DC’s upcoming Flash movie which starts production in April.

And now that Pfeiffer has expressed interest in returning as Catwoman, fans will no doubt be hopeful that Warner Bros. will reach out to the Grease 2 actress and try and make a cameo happen.

The Flash project will introduce the concept of the DC multiverse, with different versions of the well known characters on screen together, including both Keaton and Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne.

In August, director Andy Muschietti explained how it was going to work.

Iconic: The 62-year-old actress, who played Selina Kyle/ Catwoman in Batman Returns in 1992, hasn't ruled out donning the catsuit and claws once again

Iconic: The 62-year-old actress, who played Selina Kyle/ Catwoman in Batman Returns in 1992, hasn’t ruled out donning the catsuit and claws once again

During an interview with Screen Rant about her upcoming movie French Exit, Pfeiffer said: 'I would if anyone asked me, but no one's asked me yet.' She is pictured here January 25 2020

During an interview with Screen Rant about her upcoming movie French Exit, Pfeiffer said: ‘I would if anyone asked me, but no one’s asked me yet.’ She is pictured here January 25 2020

Talking to Vanity Fair, he said: ‘This movie is a bit of a hinge in the sense that it presents a story that implies a unified universe where all the cinematic iterations that we’ve seen before are valid,’ he said. ‘It’s inclusive in the sense that it is saying all that you’ve seen exists, and everything that you will see exists, in the same unified multiverse.’

Other actresses who have played Catwoman over the years include Anne Hathaway (The Dark Knight Rises in 2012) and Halle Berry (Catwoman, 2004). 

More recently, Zoe Kravitz is set to play Catwoman in The Batman, set for release in 2022. Robert Pattinson will be taking on the role of The Caped Crusader.

Meanwhile, it’s been revealed Pfeiffer turned down the chance to star in The Silence of the Lambs.

The actress passed on the chance to play Clarice Starling in the iconic 1991 horror movie – with the part going to Jodie Foster – and confessed that she was ‘trepidatious’ about the ‘evil’ featured in the acclaimed flick.

The actress recently revealed she passed on the chance to play Clarice Starling in the iconic 1991 horror movie Silence of the Lambs – with the part going to Jodie Foster – and confessed that she was 'trepidatious' about the 'evil' featured in the acclaimed flick

The actress recently revealed she passed on the chance to play Clarice Starling in the iconic 1991 horror movie Silence of the Lambs – with the part going to Jodie Foster – and confessed that she was ‘trepidatious’ about the ‘evil’ featured in the acclaimed flick

Michelle said: ‘With Silence of the Lambs, I was trepidatious. There was such evil in that film. The thing I most regret is missing the opportunity to do another film with Jonathan (Demme).’

The Ant-Man and the Wasp star added that she was uncomfortable with the end of the movie as ‘evil ruled out’.

Michelle told The New Yorker magazine: ‘It was that evil won in the end, that at the end of the film evil ruled out. I was uncomfortable with that ending. I didn’t want to put that out in the world.’

'It was that evil won in the end, that at the end of the film evil ruled out. I was uncomfortable with that ending. I didn't want to put that out in the world.' Pfeiffer said

‘It was that evil won in the end, that at the end of the film evil ruled out. I was uncomfortable with that ending. I didn’t want to put that out in the world.’ Pfeiffer said

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