Sean Young is shown to be an average sized woman with short brown hair, who wears a homemade Catwoman suit that looks similar to Michelle Pfeiffer's, but with a pair of red boots and a utility belt.Just as Tim Burton is about to direct Batman Returns, A servant appears and brings a box of kitty litter in front of him, revealing Sean Young inside, desperate to play the part of Catwoman, even going far as roaring and telling him he knows what to do with her.
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The Blade Runner actress tells the publication, "I was like, 'Jimmy, look, these are normal feelings, if we still feel this way in six months, we'll revisit the concept.' It was a crush being turned down, that's all.
"It's so retardedly stupid that anyone could have believed it." When Woods heard about the publication's planned Young interview he fired off a series of angry emails to editors, claiming the actress perpetrated a "jihad of terror" against him and threatening to sue the magazine.
Tim calls for Elmyra to the set and Michelle is taken as Elmyra's new pet "kitty".
, has brought allegations of sexual harassment against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
She made it sound like it was this very innocent thing and that she was persecuted because of her gender; yet everyone else involved seems to remember it differently: From the July 1992 Issue of Playboy: Keaton: Oh, boy, talk about really knowing you're in Hollywood.
One day after Annette was out of the running, I was talking to Mark Canton, who was then in charge at Warner Bros. We were in his office and he said, "I'm getting calls about Catwoman from every actress you can name." He began going down the list for me when his phone rang.
The actress also denies the incident.) His lawyer quickly followed up Woods' eruption with an e-mail saying the messages had been accidentally sent, and insisted EW only quote his client using the following statement: "These incidents took place over 20 years ago, and I have moved on and would suggest Ms. Sean Young claims that he got mad when she refused his advances.
But she claims the same thing about everyone else who has ever had a problem with her.
I can only be a gentleman and say I hope for the best." But when approached again for this piece, he struck back at the actress in four angry and raw e-mails sent to EW over the course of 12 hours, cc'd to his lawyer and publicist.