Take note, Anne: Here are a few heroines & villains to study for that Catwoman role.
The ferocious feline temptress is set to live out yet another of her nine lives. Hollywood just announced that a former princess will now revive the whip-wielding role.
This comic book heroine turns 70 this year, and for all that time spent in her “satin tights, fighting for your rights,” she’s earned her spot as a feminist icon.
She’s a marvelously stealthy mutant who can assume anyone’s appearance, an advantage that makes her the perfect evil assassin.
If you couldn’t guess from her name, this powerful X-Men mutant can manipulate the weather, stopping foes with blizzards and tornadoes. She’s also a trailblazer.
This villainess takes the whole “green” thing a bit too far. She uses toxins found in plants as ammo.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
This cheerleader-turned-Chosen One went from a camp flick to a seven-season TV show to a book series — all using only a wooden stake and witty repartee to fight the undead.
Tina Turner plays the fiercely attired, merciless ruler of Bartertown in the third installment of this franchise.
Croft’s adventures started with a 1996 video game that set records and exploded onto the movie screen in 2001. She’s a brilliant, wealthy, combat-trained archeologist with the body of a model and the perfect braid.
The Pottsylvanian ne’er-do-well and her puny partner were always plotting against this animated duo. To be honest, she’s not the most effective spy, but she always looked killer. She went live-action in 1991 and again in 2000.
The newest addition to the female fighter scene is controversial.Well, she’s awfully young to be a foul-mouthed vigilante. She became the breakout character in last year’s comic-turned-action flick.