While it was only an appearance in one movie, it seems like Anne Hathaway wouldn't be opposed to bringing back her version of Selina Kyle for more movies, but she has one condition that they would have to oblige.
In an interview with IGN on Friday, Hathaway said that she would be down to play Catwoman again, but she would need Christopher Nolan in the director's chair again.
"I would be totally up for doing it. If Chris [Nolan] was involved," she said. "For me, the thing that made doing that part particularly fun was that she existed in his Gotham. Without him I don't think it would be the same thing."
Nolan directed the most recent Batman trilogy, and has worked with Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises and Interstellar, but has not shown much interest in coming back to the superhero genre just yet.
While DC might be interested in adding a Chris Nolan directed Catwoman movie starring Anne Hathaway to their slate, it probably won't happen anytime soon.
The director said that he was fond of his time working on Batman and he wouldn't completely shut the door on coming back to superheroes, but he also seems interested in doing his own thing, which was apparent during his most recent effort, Interstellar.
As of now, the female-led superhero movies on the docket are Marvel's Captain Marvel film, DC's Wonder Woman, and Sony's possible female-led team so adding Catwoman could make for another fine effort.