Is Michelle Pfeiffer "too young" to play a 24-year-old's mother? Apparently not. The 54-year-old stunner is doing just that opposite Chris Pine in her latest film "People Like Us."
When asked by the ladies on "The View" if she was right for the part, Pfeiffer replied, "I'm certainly old enough to be the mother of a 24-year-old,” adding that the part was originally written for someone much older. Pfeiffer cited her two children as proof -- both are close to 20 years old. The film "People Like Us" tells the true story of the director, played by Pine, who delivered part of his dead father's fortune to a sister (Elizabeth Banks) he didn’t know existed.
Of course Joy Behar asked the one question on everyone’s mind: Does Pfeiffer still have her infamous Catwoman suit from the 1992 film "Batman Returns"? Sadly no… but the actress did have some choice words for Anne Hathaway, who will be reprising the role of Catwoman in the latest Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises."
Watch the video above to find out what she had to say and what she did in her life before she was a celebrity.
CORRECTION: In an earlier version of this article, the name of the film starring Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman was mislabeled. It was "Batman Returns.
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