Zoë Kravitz Wears Cutout Gown Channeling the Bat-Signal

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Zoë Kravitz just stepped out in possibly the coolest gown that’s ever existed (IT’S A FACT) to kick off The Batman press tour in London. Appearing at a special screening with her costars, Zoë wore a custom Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello dress with cutouts on the bodice—giving the illusion of the Bat-Signal. I’ll give you a moment to clap because this dress is instantly iconic.

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the batman special screening

Mike MarslandGetty Images

the batman special screening

Mike MarslandGetty Images

The Batman hits theaters on March 4th, and apparently Zoë and Robert Pattinson had incredible chemistry as Batman and Catwoman from day one.

“The chemistry read was really intense,” she told Entertainment Weekly. “Rob was wearing the Batsuit, and it was a proper camera test with the DP there and everything on a soundstage. It wasn’t just reading lines in a room. So it was intimidating, to say the least.”

Apparently the chemistry test involved Rob wearing heeled sneakers, and was the first time he read any lines out loud. “The first time I’d even said lines from the script was in Zoë’s screen test,” he explained. “They had this idea that they wanted me to be taller at the beginning, so I basically had high-heeled sneakers on, and I’m tottering around in this strange Batman outfit. The camera’s not even on me, it’s on the back of my head, and I’m literally having this major panic attack, just looking for emotional support from Zoë, who’s trying to get the part.”

Obviously, she got the part, and director Matt Reeves says “They really connected. Everyone could see there was something really special between them.” Great news for everyone involved, including people who live for a good red carpet press tour!

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