Which Catwoman Said It?

Lee Meriwether, Michelle Pfeiffer, Halle Berry, or Anne Hathaway?

DC Comics

One of the greatest characters in comic book history is that of Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman. Whether positioned as a villain, anti-hero, or even full-on good gal, Selina always has a charm and charisma to her appearances in the pages of DC Comics.

Like so many other great comic book characters, Catwoman has made her way to the silver screen on several occasions. First, there was Lee Meriwether's take on the rogue in 1966's Adam West-starring Batman. That was followed up in 1992 by Michelle Pfeiffer's sexed-up Selina in Tim Burton's Batman Returns. Then... *sigh*... well, then that was that awful spin on the Catwoman character from Halle Berry. But fear not, our most recent big-screen memories of Catwoman are good ones, largely thanks to Anne Hathaway's portrayal of Selina Kyle in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises.

With Robert Pattinson recently cast to play the titular Caped Crusader in Matt Reeves' upcoming The Batman, one of the hottest rumours going around is that Catwoman will be one of several villains to be featured butting heads with Pattinson's Dark Knight. Before we look to the future, though, it's time to take a look back through the cinematic history of Catwoman.

So with that in mind, it's time to correctly identify whether it was Meriwether, Pfeiffer, Berry, or Hathaway who spouted the following lines of dialogue.

1. There's A Storm Coming, Mr. Wayne.

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