Zoe Kravitz Trains Hard for Catwoman, Shares Meeting 1992’s Catwoman, Michelle Pfieffer
Zoe Krvatiz recently wrapped up the second season of Big Little Lies, adding that she is not sure if the show will be returning for a third instalment or not
Zoe Kravitz - daughter of singer Lenny Kravitz - is currently gearing up for her stint as Catwoman, in the upcoming Batman film, which stars Robert Pattinson in the lead. Stopping by Ellen DeGeneres’ The Ellen Show, Zoe shared that she was flying to London soon to start shooting the film right after the show, and that she had been training very hard for her role. Filming for Batman already began last week as Colin Farrell was spotted on set as The Penguin, Oswald Cobblepot.
While talking about getting intense training for the role of Catwoman, Zoe shared that at the Golden Globe awards recently held, she was sitting with Big Little lies creator David Kelly and Michelle Pfieffer - who played Catwoman in the 1992 Batman Returns. She added that she was “bowing to the queen” and was very “nervous to be in her presence”. She also shared, “It's going really well. It's very exciting. I've been training a ton too, which has been great and hard. It's very physical. I come home just limping every day.” Apart from Zoe, Robert and Colin, the film also stars Paul Dano as Eduard Nashton - The Riddler.
1992’s Catwoman, Michelle Pfieffer
Apart from Batman, Zoe is coming off the second season of her hit HBO series Big Little Lies, but the network has still not said if there will be a third season or not.The actress already has another show coming up, High Fidelity, which debuts February 14, but Zoe insisted that she would be able to do both shows if another season of Big Little Lies is ordered. She shared, “People keep on asking me about the third season and I hope that it happens.” She also spoke about her dad, rock star Lenny Kravitz, who she said was a 'really good dad.’ Zoe recently also joined him on stage for the first time, despite her stage fright, during one of his shows in New York.