Anne Hathaway is Catwoman. Discuss.

Anne Hathaway

Pardon me as I step momentarily out of our grue-filled abattoir of unspeakable horror, hose myself off, and take a seat at the Geek Table for a second. Hi, guys. Nice to see you. Love the new Flash hat. No, I’m not trading my Capri Sun for your Juicy Juice.

Batman Begins and Dark Knight mastermind Christopher Nolan (who also directed a movie called Inception that some people got far too worked up about, in my opinion) has announced that Anne Hathaway has been cast in The Dark Knight Rises as Selina Kyle, who of course is also Catwoman. Thomas Hardy – the incredibly hot slice of meatloaf who, along with Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s impossibly tight dance-pants, snuck Inception out from under Leonardo DiCaprio’s pointy little nose – will play Bane, who is apparently also some kind of villain who once broke Batman’s back.

Tom Hardy can break my back any day! Nyuk nyuk.

Let’s recap: Christian Bale is still Batman, even though you may have forgotten that he was even in The Dark Knight, as Heath Ledger stole the show. Now the very lovely, very talented and very goofball girl from The Princess Diaries will be slipping into the iconic leather catsuit to fight for the spotlight.

I love Hathaway as much as the next ‘mo. (Her brother is gay, she does showtunes, she was in Brokeback Mountain in a hot bad matron wig, etc.) But Idunno. I had trouble enough getting through her kind of off-key performance in Alice in Wonderland … but then again that movie was an abortion on all levels. I’m wanting to be excited about this news … so why am I having a hard time getting there?

Hey – gonna eat those tots?


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