In a recently published interview with The -, the actress said she wasn’t against the idea.
“It would depend on the context but, yeah, I would think about it,” Pfeiffer said.
Looks like that wouldn’t make Michael Keaton, who starred alongside Pfeiffer in that role in 1992’s “Batman Returns,” unhappy.
“She pulled off the nearly impossible combo of sexy, ironic, tragic, dangerous and just plain good,” he told the publication.
Pfeiffer currently stars as Betty Ford in the Showtime series “The First Lady.”
And although her career seemed to have slowed down years ago, she said in the interview that she was simply focused on parenting her children with her writer and producer husband, David E. Kelley.
“I was starting to hear that I had retired and I was like, ‘Wait, no,'” Pfeiffer said.
For the record, at the time of the interview, she said she hadn’t seen Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman in “The Batman” yet, as Pfeiffer said she wasn’t up to it yet. comfortable going back to sitting in a movie theater due to the pandemic.