A cat eye is the easiest way to add instant glamour to any type of look. Although it takes a steady hand and a little practice, this winged look is one of the most flattering makeup trends. With the release of The Dark Knight Rises upon us, why not release your inner feline and test out some of these cat-eye looks? Click through to see five ways to wear a cat eye. We're pretty sure Catwoman herself hasn't even thought of some of these.
The stars of The Dark Knight Rises gathered in London this evening for their UK premiere. Anne Hathaway wore a Gucci gown with an intricate neckline to pose on the carpet with costars Tom Hardy and Christian Bale. Marion Cotillard, one of Dior's spokeswomen, showed her brand loyalty in an ensemble from the Christian Dior Couture collection designer Raf Simons sent down the runway just two weeks ago. Both Anne and Marion changed up their looks since Monday's NYC debut of The Dark Knight Rises. For the Big Apple screening, Anne wore white Prabal Gurung and Marion also donned a light, poufy Dior creation. The final installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy is out in both the US and the UK Friday, and so far, critics are nearly uniform in their praise for the finished product.
The Dark Knight Rises cast made an entrance at their big premiere in NYC last night. Leading ladies Anne Hathaway and Marion Cotillard both looked glamorous in white, with Anne wearing a Prabal Gurung gown, with Kwiat jewels, and Marion in a short Christian Dior dress. Their costar Christian Bale was dapper in a suit and vest as he posed with wife Sibi on their way into the event. Joseph-Gordon Levitt, Morgan Freeman, and Gary Oldman were also on hand, as was actress Juno Temple. Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester showed up for the screening but skipped the carpet, while her small-screen costars Michelle Trachtenberg and Penn Badgley both stopped for cameras.
Anne has been on the go promoting her Summer blockbuster ahead of its release this Friday, and to get you ready, we're taking a look back at all The Dark Knight Rises pictures. Anne has made time for her fiancé, Adam Shulman, though, and the duo were spotted showing PDA in Manhattan just last week.
The teaser for The Dark Knight Rises was a fun little preview of the final film in Christopher Nolan's Batman franchise, but the full trailer is the one that will send shivers down your spine. Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) is featured a little, but this preview mostly focuses on the villains: Tom Hardy as Bane and Anne Hathaway as Catwoman. I'm already loving Hathaway as an evil-doer, who hints that her motives lie in her desire to bring down the city's wealthy elite (Occupy Gotham, anyone?).
There's so much happening that the trailer barely has time to fit it all in, which means we only see brief glimpses of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard. That said, the special effects already look dazzling (including an eye-popping scene of a football field caving in), and that creepy chanting we've been hearing for months still makes my skin crawl. Summer 2012 is still a ways away, but check the trailer when you read more
Well, any doubt about whether or not Anne Hathaway's Selina Kyle will turn into Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises is out the window. Today, Warner Bros. released the first official photo of Hathaway all done up as the villainness — and she's on Batman's ride, no less! It's hard to say whether or not Hathaway's suit will be as skintight as that of her feline predecessors, but I'm liking her fancy blue googles. Now that we've already seen Batman and Bane on the set, how do you feel about this latest addition?
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Little is known about Christopher Nolan's newest Batman flick, The Dark Knight Rises, but some brand new pictures have leaked from the Pittsburgh set — and they're pretty exciting. Not only do we get to see Batman (Christian Bale) coming face to face with Bane (Tom Hardy), but there's also a glimpse of Marion Cotillard as Bruce Wayne's love interest, and a first look at the camouflaged Tumbler (AKA the Batmobile). It's definitely more than what we can see in The Dark Knight Rises teaser — now all we need is a shot of Anne Hathaway.
Christopher Nolan's next Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, is still shrouded pretty well in secrecy, but today we get more to go on: the movie's first poster! There's not an incredible amount of imagery — a crumbling Gotham reveals the vigilante's bat signal — but it's powerful nonetheless and already kind of giving me chills. I'm still dying to see a trailer (which is rumored to be coming very soon), but this is rad to see as well. Check out a larger version, and let me know what you think when you read more
Director Christopher Nolan is keeping the details of The Dark Knight Rises very hush-hush, but he did give fans a little treat: the first official photo from the film! That creepy masked man you're seeing is Tom Hardy as Bane, a convict who escapes from prison (and has some seriously huge muscles). He's not as horrifying as Heath Ledger's Joker (really, what is?), but it's sufficiently creepy enough to keep us very excited about the next Batman film. How do you feel about it?
It's official: Joseph Gordon-Levitt is on board for The Dark Knight Rises! Rumors of the actor's involvement have been circling for some time, so the news shouldn't come as a huge surprise; however, we finally have word on what part he'll play. Even though JGL won't be stepping in as the Riddler like many of us had hoped, he will take on the character of Alberto Falcone, aka "The Holiday Killer," a serial killer and son of Carmine Falcone (Tom Wilkinson in Batman Begins).
Gordon-Levitt is just the latest Hollywood star to sign on for the anticipated film. To recap: JGL's fellow Inception actor Tom Hardy is locked in for bad guy Bane. Marion Cotillard has been mentioned as a potential Batman love interest, and Anne Hathaway will play the woman who eventually becomes Catwoman. But the casting isn't over just yet, as Christopher Nolan may be adding another female to his list with Juno Temple. The hot up-and-comer's name is being tossed around as a "street-smart" Gotham girl, though that's all we know at the moment.
Does this latest bit of news get you excited for the film? I can't wait to see JGL transform into a sinister villain!