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Catwoman Week: Halle Berry!

4 monthes ago   |   By Tom Richmond

There's a lot of debate over who the best film/TV Catwoman was but there is little debate over who the WORST one was. In Halle Berry ‘s defense she didn't have much to work with the script for the 2004's “Catwoman”, and she famously showed up to accept her “Golden Raspberry” for “Worst Actress in a film”, which the basketball playing scene alone was worthy of. Oh well, she looked good.
Look for my limited edition print featuring caricatures of all seven live-action “Catwomen” to debut at San Diego Comic Con and here in the Studio Store next week Wednesday, and for another Catwoman tomorrow!
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