Zoe Kravitz reveals her cat co-stars in 'The Batman' were the biggest divas

Zoe Kravitz reveals her cat co-stars in 'The Batman' were the biggest divas

Zoe Kravitz has quipped that her cat co-stars on 'The Batman' were the biggest divas on set.

The 33-year-old actress - who plays Selina Kyle and her alter ego Catwoman in Matt Reeves' upcoming blockbuster, which stars Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne and the Caped Crusader - admitted working alongside the fidgety felines was harder than any of the car stunts and chases because the pussies had a mind of their own and they had to wait around for them to play ball.

Zoe told Buzzfeed: "The funniest thing would be us getting ready to shoot and we'd have these cat wranglers come in who had these toys to make the cats stay on their marks, and it would kinda work, but not really.

"So, it ended up that we were always waiting for the cats — like we'd be ready to go, but then the cat would decide to move.

"People would have to hide behind the cabinets or in the corners, so me and Rob [Pattinson] would be doing a scene and there are these cat ladies tucked away and pretending not to be there.

"It was pretty funny because, at the end of the day, you cannot tell a cat what to do.

"Like, after all the car flips and fights and chases, one of the hardest things to do on set was getting the cats to stay put."

The 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' star is well aware of the animal's traits as she recently revealed she studied lions and cats for the role.

Speaking about her work with stunt coordinator Rob Alonzo, she said: "We watched cats and lions and how they fight, and we talked about what is actually possible when you're my size, and Batman's so much stronger than me.

"What is my skill? It's being fast and tricky. So we did some really interesting floor work that incorporated different kinds of martial arts and capoeira and a kind of feline, dance-like movement."

Zoe also described her character's portrayal in the film as an "origin story" as Selina starts to discover "who she is".

She explained: "So it's the beginning of her figuring out who she is, beyond just someone trying to survive.

"I think there's a lot of space to grow and I think we are watching her become what I'm sure will be the femme fatale."