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Zoë Kravitz's Viral Milk-Drinking Photos Have Everyone Purring—Including Michelle Pfeiffer And Halle Berry
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On a recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Zoë Kravitz discussed with the host her long journey to becoming Selina Kyle in the recently released film The Batman.

As Kravitz told Fallon, she initially got cast as Kyle—the alter ego of Catwoman—in 2019 before filming was postponed due to the global pandemic.

The High Fidelity star also expressed her love for director Matt Reeves and his gritty new take on the Caped Crusader and Gotham City.

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Kravitz also revealed during her screen test with Robert Pattinson—the latest actor to don Batman's iconic cape and cowl—that he was dressed from the waist up in George Clooney's infamous bat suit from 1998's Batman and Robin.

The conversation soon turned to Kravitz's process in finding her iconic character.

Fallon shared how he would have prepared for the role of Catowman, saying he would "study cats" which Kravitz confirmed she did.

Fallon then said he would "drink milk out of a bowl" which Kravitz also claimed she did, something Fallon didn't seem to believe.

After Fallon challenged her, Kravitz responded "I'm method, dude!"

Judging by pictures Kravitz took for Wonderland Magazine which she shared on Instagram, it would seem Kravitz did, indeed, take her preparation for her coveted role very seriously.

Simply captioned "@thebatman is out," the collection of photos include a number of glamour shots, some with Kravitz alone and some with co-star Pattinson as well as a couple of pictures of Kravitz drinking milk from out of a bowl, just as she said she had.

The sultry but playful photos caused a lot of excitement from her colleagues and fans.

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A number of celebrities expressed their excitement at seeing Kravitz inhabit the iconic vigilante.

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Perhaps the most notable shoutouts in the comments section came from Michelle Pfeiffer who played Catwoman in 1992's Batman Returns and Halle Berry who took the title role in 2004's Catwoman.

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The Batman took in over $134 million in its opening weekend.

At least two sequels are expected, giving Kravitz even more time to explore her feline side as Selina Kyle.