Jeff Giles: It’s Anne Hathaway! As Catwoman! And she’s riding the Batpod!
Michael Parr: If you say so…
Dw. Dunphy: Huh. Looks like Liv Tyler.
Michael: I actually agree with you. It barely looks like Ms. Hathaway, though my most recent viewing of Ms. Hathaway was during her breast-a-riffic performance in Love and Other Drugs, so my view might be obscured by the fact that she isn’t topless.
Kelly Stitzel: I don’t think she looks very Catwoman-like. All I see is a woman wearing a leather jacket and some weird glasses on a bike.
Dan Wiencek: Just what I was thinking.
Chris Holmes: Can we stop with this Catwoman crap? Michelle Pfeiffer was fun in the second movie, but it’s just not a very interesting character.
Dunphy: Poison Ivy, now she’s interesting (except when she’s played by Uma Thurman).
Dave Lifton: Hey, Lee Meriwether is still alive. if she was good enough for my generation, she’s good enough for this one.
Chris: All right. Now I feel obligated to share this classic:
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Matt: Sorry, Lifton. Ms. Julie Newmar is the One, True Catwoman.
Re: Ms. Hathaway, I found myself more distracted by determining what the business was with her odd mask/spectacles thing. Are they trying to do a classic Catwoman pointy mask thing, rather than a modern Catwoman aviator goggles thing? They don’t look catlike.
Michael: I agree with Matt, Julie Newmar IS Catwoman.
Dave: Wong Foo killed Newmar for me.