Blink and you’ll miss it. Right towards the end of Justice League as the film is about to roll credits, in the Wonder Woman museum scene, we see a woman dressed in red wearing sunglasses (Audrey Hepburn-style) being escorted away by police. If that wasn’t a big enough clue, Wonder Woman then places a statue of a cat into a box before a little girl with cat ears in the shot to greet her.
Actually, when you think about it, it’s pretty on the nose. When you add it all up, it all points to Selina Kyle.
Earlier this year, Baby Driver‘s 27-year-old Eiza González sparked rumours that she will be playing Catwoman in the DCEU. González is currently following – and being followed by – both DC Entertainment President Geoff Johns and Gotham City Sirens director David Ayer. She also posted images of herself in tight leather outfits (similar to Catwoman’s), a box of comic books and has been seen visiting Warner Bros. a lot.
What do you think? Is that Catwoman in Justice League?
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