Jason Momoa has congratulated Zoë Kravitz on landing the coveted role of Catwoman in the upcoming DCEU outing, The Batman.
In the wake of the casting announcement, Momoa took to his personal social media to offer his congratulations. Sharing a picture of them together at presumably a family get-together, the Hawaiian actor declared that he was “so proud” of who he referred to as “zozo bear“. He went on to declare that he is “so freaking stoked” about both the news and the fact that his own children with Bonet can call their big sister Catwoman. “Your [sic] going to have so much fun,” he concluded. The full image and post can be seen in the space below:
The Batman will be written and directed by Reeves, whose previous work includes Cloverfield, Let Me In, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and War for the Planet of the Apes. The cast is expected to also include Robert Pattinson as the titular Caped Crusader, Westworld star Jeffrey Wright as Jim Gordon, and Jonah Hill in a currently-unknown villain role.
It’ll be sometime before fans get to see actual footage of the film or Kravitz in action as the feline-based femme fatale and antihero. That, however, won’t stop people from having their own opinions on the casting. It is already being applauded by those familiar with her work, though, with many deeming Kravitz a perfect choice.