Zoë Kravitz is Catwoman in Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman’

In May, Robert Pattinson was cast as the new Batman in Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman’ movie. Now we also have our Catwoman for the movie and her name is, Zoë Kravitz. The actress will be playing the role of Catwoman with Robert Pattinson’s Batman.

Recently seen in Big Little Lies, Zoë Kravitz has been assigned the role of Catwoman. Kravitz has already played the role of Catwoman in The Lego Batman movie. Zoë was also appeared in X-Men: First Class movie as Angel Salvadore.

Film, The Batman will be directed by Matt Reeves and is all set to release on 25th June, 2021. There is not much information about The Batman movie but rumours has it that the villain will be the Riddler.

The movie’s pre-production is expected to begin in summers. The Bat-fans are waiting anxiously for the release of the movie.

Muhammad Abdullahhttps://marvelism.com
Tech geek, movie enthusiast, an avid reader, and writer. Batman, who doesn't love coffee. Huge fan of Marvel, DC, Harry Potter Universe, and Netflix.


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