Which Catwoman Gives You that Lovin' Feline?

With the announcement that Anne Hathaway will play Catwoman Selina Kyle in the upcoming The Dark Knight Rises, she joins a sexy select few in the iconic role.

Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether, Eartha Kitt, Michelle Pfeiffer and Halle Berry have all played the on-screen feisty feline. Which one is your favorite pick of the litter?

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Among People's Choice Winners

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie clearly have the people’s vote.

The two were among the big winners at the 35th Annual People’s Choice Awards Wednesday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Pitt was named favorite leading man at the ceremony, while Jolie was voted favorite female action star.

The Dark Knight Continues Box-Office Reign

One month into his game Batman is still ruling the box-office.

The Dark Knight remained No. 1 at the cineplex for the fourth straight weekend, grossing $26 million and bringing its total take to $441.5 million – and making it the third top-grossing film of all time, surpassing the previous third-ranked Shrek 2, reports Variety.

Dark Knight Smashes $400-Mil Mark

Chalk up another record for The Dark Knight. Having hit the $300-million mark after only 10 days of release, the Batman adventure can now claim title to $400 million at the box office in only 18 days – the fastest pace ever, Warner Bros. announced Tuesday.

Dark Knight Makes Record-Breaking $300M in 10 Days

No argument: The Dark Knight is Hollywood’s brightest light.

The Batman adventure, starring Christian Bale and Heath Ledger, shattered another box-office benchmark this weekend – reaching beyond the $300 million mark in a mere 10 days.

The movie grossed $75.6 million in its second weekend in theaters, bringing its North American box-office total to $314,245,000, Warner Bros. head of distribution Dan Fellman tells the Associated Press.

Record-Setting $18.5 Million Bow for Dark Knight

Buoyed by excellent reviews and exceptional word of mouth, the Batman adventure The Dark Knight has set a box office record for any midnight debut, according to the tracking service Media By Numbers.

Starring Christian Bale and the late Heath Ledger, the movie made $18.5 million on Friday from its showings in 3,040 theaters, topping the $16.9 million made by the debut of 2005’s Star Wars Episode III: The Revenge of the Sith, the Associated Press reports.

Director: Heath Ledger Got to See Some of Dark Knight

Heath Ledger got to see his acclaimed performance as the Joker on the big screen before his death in January, says The Dark Knight director Chris Nolan.

“He saw the IMAX prologue. We [screened] that for him in London,” Nolan told a sold-out crowd at a New York Times-sponsored discussion on Tuesday. “He enjoyed it very much.”

Nolan and star Christian Bale discussed the movie, which opens Friday (several sequences were shot in the giant-screen IMAX format), and raved about Ledger’s performance.

Heath Ledger's Performance Wows His Peers

Stars turned out for Monday’s New York City premiere of The Dark Knight – and to honor their friend and fellow actor, Heath Ledger.

Ledger s onetime girlfriend Naomi Watts, with her current flame Liev Schreiber, attended the gala screening, along with celebrities including Ethan Hawke, Blake Lively and Penn Badgley, Regis and Joy Philbin, Lauren Conrad, Patrick Wilson and Emile Hirsch.

Michael Caine Predicts Heath Ledger Will Get an Oscar Nod

Heath Ledger’s legacy will live on not only in a theatre in his hometown of Perth – but possibly through an Oscar nomination, according to one his Dark Knight costars.

“I think Heath will surely get a posthumous nomination for an Academy Award,” Michael Caine said Friday at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, where the legendary actor was honored in a hand and footprint ceremony.

The Dark Knight Already Selling Out in Theaters

Planning to see The Dark Knight when it opens July 18? Better get your tickets now.

More than a week before its scheduled opening, the much-anticipated Batman film has already sold out everywhere from New York City to Boise, according to the ticket source Fandango. Theaters report that seats for midnight shows have gone so fast that they must continue to add 3 a.m. and 6 a.m. showtimes.