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Cher Lining Up for 'Batman 3''s Catwoman

August 25, 2008 (5:15 am) GMT
The pop singer/Academy Award-winning actress has been reported to be in talks for the role of Catwoman in the 'Dark Knight' sequel.

may get a competition for the Catwoman role in "Batman 3" as is reported to be in negotiations for the part. Though the "" star has been linked to the feline villain for quite sometime now, latest report from British's Telegraph indicates that director Christopher Nolan prefers to give the part to the pop singer/actress instead.

According to the publication, the 62-year-old Cher has become Nolan's prime choice for the character whose alter ego is known as Selina Kyle. "Cher is Nolan's first choice to play Catwoman. He wants to her to portray her like a vamp in her twilight years," claimed a studio executive. "The new Catwoman will be the absolute opposite of and 's purring creations."

Though Cher started off her stardom through music business, she is also praised for her acting performances earning her an Academy Award for 1987 "Moonstruck". Her latest feature film credits include 1999 "Tea With Mussolini" in which she played Elsa Morganthal Strauss-Armistan and 2003 "" where she appears as herself.

"Batman 3", the sequel to the record-breaking "", is said to be temporarily entitled "The Caped Crusade". The filming is scheduled to begin in Vancouver early 2009 and may get as The Riddler.

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