Another New Casting Rumor for Batman's New Girlfriend

by | February 2, 2007 | Comments

It almost seems like a foregone conclusion that Katie Holmes has been booted from the "Batman Begins" sequel, but there’s still plenty of rumors regarding who’ll take her place. A few days ago we were informed that Rachel McAdams was circling the role, and now comes word that Emily Blunt has been invited to read for casting directors.

Ms. Blunt is best-known for her recent scene-stealing performance in "The Devil Wears Prada," and apparently it’s that role that caught the eye of the "Dark Knight" team. IGN Movies and Cinema Blend want us all to know that the role HASN’T been cast yet, but we all know it’s a whole lot of fun to play the casting game along with Christopher Nolan and company.

Cinema Blend also informs us that when Ms. Holmes left the sequel, well, let’s just say it was the decision of the filmmakers — and not of Katie herself. Or her husband.

Tag Cloud

CMT See It Skip It American Society of Cinematographers Comedy Trailer Fox News Summer cinemax Mary poppins Year in Review BET Calendar Ellie Kemper Tomatazos ABC aliens Mystery Cosplay CNN psycho The CW NBC Freeform what to watch crime Dark Horse Comics History Animation VICE RT History casting Mary Tyler Moore Rocky Vudu social media zero dark thirty science fiction YA Drama award winner DGA medical drama 2015 CBS All Access mutant Ghostbusters Stephen King Pop Brie Larson Sony Pictures 45 DirecTV comiccon Rocketman Superheroe Spring TV Pet Sematary Oscars GLAAD war NYCC HBO Set visit biography zombie Podcast Box Office New York Comic Con adventure vampires miniseries DC Comics true crime YouTube Red Pixar Anna Paquin Reality Rock TruTV cops APB VH1 disaster Rom-Com Winners composers National Geographic dragons Crackle Nickelodeon Cartoon Network festivals TCM psychological thriller zombies ITV politics Martial Arts Musicals Bravo Marathons Ovation IFC Films diversity ESPN 2018 Mindy Kaling Black Mirror travel Mudbound Awards Tarantino sitcom Best and Worst cooking political drama Teen Netflix theme song Universal teaser spider-man Acorn TV crossover Heroines Christmas ABC Family Premiere Dates 2017 harry potter Super Bowl anthology singing competition binge dc Character Guide elevated horror Shondaland Thanksgiving Star Wars Tumblr USA Network Amazon Prime Reality Competition MTV jamie lee curtis X-Men Election SDCC A&E IFC Musical Awards Tour Opinion Elton John Valentine's Day 007 Emmys period drama Lionsgate Epix Writers Guild of America Comics on TV First Look GoT Star Trek Music LGBTQ Apple MSNBC sports PBS WGN Comic Book PaleyFest blaxploitation facebook Amazon SXSW sequel GIFs discovery Superheroes Sundance Now Extras Schedule CBS Certified Fresh Adult Swim FX natural history Starz richard e. Grant cults Comedy Central strong female leads TNT Fall TV Video Games Sci-Fi witnail historical drama 24 frames Masterpiece streaming Film Festival Western Countdown Song of Ice and Fire 20th Century Fox 2016 TCA 2017 Quiz TIFF Women's History Month Sundance Marvel Horror Showtime DC Universe Action Syfy Grammys television docudrama USA FXX ratings Watching Series Cannes talk show Chilling Adventures of Sabrina BBC America crime drama Disney cats technology green book TCA thriller unscripted Pirates doctor who Holidays President Photos space Lucasfilm DC streaming service finale golden globes FOX Food Network Walt Disney Pictures Captain marvel E! justice league The Witch MCU anime crime thriller nature comic Lifetime spy thriller Disney Channel TV Land TBS police drama Shudder Nat Geo adaptation Country Esquire San Diego Comic-Con Mary Poppins Returns Interview Warner Bros. El Rey Spike TV Columbia Pictures Fantasy mockumentary 21st Century Fox Biopics AMC Hulu CW Seed Infographic The Arrangement 2019 Paramount Kids & Family transformers dceu Sneak Peek Spectrum Originals RT21 Polls and Games Logo romance E3 Nominations hist Creative Arts Emmys OWN Paramount Network Winter TV robots Trivia Trophy Talk supernatural boxoffice SundanceTV BBC Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Toys based on movie YouTube Premium Britbox Red Carpet dramedy serial killer TLC