In the 1966 version of Batman, Lee Meriwether plays Bruce Wayne aka Batman's love interest Catwoman, who disguises herself as a Soviet journalist, Miss Kitka.
In 1989, Kim Basinger played Vicki Vale, the female lead in Batman. Vicki comes to Gotham City to do a story on Batman, but she soon becomes romantically involved with Bruce Wayne, unaware that he and Batman are one and the same person. Chaos obviously ensues.
In the second of Tim Burton's Batman films, 1992's Batman Returns, Michele Pfeiffer makes a killer Catwoman. She was once a quiet and shy secretary, but the mayor of Gotham City tries to end her life when she knows too much. She's resuscitated by a ton of cats and is transformed into Catwoman.
Kidman described her role as Dr. Chase Meridian in Batman Forever (1995) as a "criminal psychologist who dresses like Jessica Rabbit." Her character falls in love with both Batman and Bruce Wayne.
In Batman Forever, Drew Barrymore and Debi Mazar play Two-Face's good and bad assistants Sugar and Spice. They're as awesome as their costumes appear.
After she has an accident with some serious toxic chemicals, Dr. Pamela Isley is transformed into the beautiful and seductive Poison Ivy. She absolutely steals the show in 1997's Batman & Robin.
Alicia Silverstone is the only actress to ever play Batgirl on the silver screen in Batman & Robin. Batgirl is the niece of Alfred, Bruce Wayne's butler and Batman's loyal assistant. Despite how cute they look together, Batgirl and Robin never get it on romantically (unfortunately).
Vivica A. Fox plays Ms. B. Haven, one of villainous Mr. Freeze's (Arnold Schwarzenegger) icy assistants in Batman & Robin.
It's not part of the Batman series, but Halle Berry looks smoking hot in this version of Catwoman. The 2004 film was inspired by the DC Comics character of the same name.
In 2005's Batman Begins, Katie Holmes plays Rachel Dawes, Bruce's childhood friend who serves as Gotham City's assistant district attorney.
In Friday's The Dark Knight Rises, Marion Cotillard plays Miranda Tate. This new character to the Batman franchise is a member of the Wayne Enterprises executive board and love interest of Bruce Wayne.
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