Anne Hathaway + Catwoman + Batpod = Awesome

08/10/2011 @ 1:20 pm, by Jensen Beeler7 COMMENTS

Anne Hathaway + Catwoman + Batpod = Awesome Anne Hathaway Catwoman Batpod 635x422

For Christopher Nolan’s last installment of his Batman trilogy: The Dark Knight Rises, Hollywood hottie Anne Hathaway will don the leather bodysuit (no word yet on the leather whip) of Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman. Exactly where in Catwoman’s tumultuous relationship with Batman will Hathaway’s character stem from is uncertain, but it looks like her feminine wiles managed to get her Batman’s motorcycle, the Batpod. Filming is currently going on in Pittsburgh, and confirmed from this photo, Pennsylvania is a no-helmet state. If this feels like a shameless attempt to get photos of Anne Hathaway dressed in leather on the pages of Asphalt & Rubber, then you’d be right.

Source: Top Gear

Comment:

  1. Minibull says:

    Ahhh, so it’s following the APRC RSV4 in terms of tyre sizes… :P

  2. major tom says:

    I was wondering if Rossi might feel better or worse about this tire on the Duc’s front. There’s nothing vague about the feed back from this front tire.

  3. ML says:

    On a personal note, I can’t stand Ann Hathaway. I’m tempted to not watch this movie because she’s in it. Why couldn’t it be someone unknown and hot?

  4. Shaitan says:

    My rototiller has a better turning tire than this and Hathaway is by far the worst casting idea for Cat Woman ever. She’s a good actress, but just not Cat Woman worthy.

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  6. buellracerx says:

    ah shameless, yes. though not unappreciated.

  7. DeezToolz says:

    As a die-hard batman fan ever since 500 (which I hope this movie does justice to) I’d like to second the comments of ML and Shaitan; horrible casting job. Jenny, you know I like ‘em thin, but she needs a couple extra meals. Some equally dark and undiscovered temptress would have been much more alluring.

    Still dig the batpod, despite it’s complete impracticality.