Anne Hathaway on that Catwoman suit: You ain't seen nothin' yet
Anne Hathaway needs to you know: Don't rush to judge Catwoman's costume in "The Dark Knight Rises." Apparently, we haven't seen a thing when it comes to the form-fitting costume.
Friday's snapshot of Hathaway in character as the feline alter-ego of Selina Kyle got a lukewarm reception for, well, its lukewarm aesthetics. Annie's not having that.
"I was not going to admit it," Hathaway told MTV News about the photo's accuracy, as she's sworn to secrecy in regard to Christopher Nolan's film (the pic is legit, FYI, revealed on the film's official site).
"What I am happy to say is, if you didn't like the photo, you only see about a tenth of what that suit can do," she promised. "And if you did like the photo, you have excellent taste."
We like her nonchalance in regards to the suit reaction, but quite frankly we like the promise that the suit has more, and does more. Like perhaps lend some of the feminine energy from Michelle Pfieffer's heyday -- or at least some shredded leather, like in Halle Berry's go-round.
At this point we'd settle for something that includes maybe a change purse, as long is it is more exciting. We'll have to wait until closer to summer 2012, when "The Dark Knight Rises" hits theaters.
-- Matt Donnelly
Photo: Anne Hathaway at the "One Day" premiere in New York on Monday. Credit: Lucas Jackson / Reuters