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DC Showcase: Catwoman

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DC Showcase: Catwoman
Directed byLauren Montgomery
Screenplay byPaul Dini
Based onCatwoman
by Bill Finger and Bob Kane
Produced byLauren Montgomery
Alan Burnett
StarringEliza Dushku
John DiMaggio
Liliana Mumy
Kevin Michael Richardson
Tara Strong
Cree Summer
Music byChristopher Drake
Production
companies
Distributed byWarner Home Video
Release date
  • October 18, 2011 (2011-10-18)
Running time
15 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

DC Showcase: Catwoman, also titled as simply Catwoman, is a 2011 short animated superhero film, directed by Lauren Montgomery and written by Paul Dini. The film features Eliza Dushku as Catwoman / Selina Kyle in her first solo tale, as she attempts to bring both a Gotham City crime boss called Rough Cut and his smuggling ring to an end, stumbling upon a mysterious cargo shipment far worse than just smuggled diamonds. DC Showcase: Catwoman was released on October 18, 2011, as a bonus feature and continuation of the Catwoman story line on Batman: Year One Blu-ray and DVD. It is the fifth installment in the DC Showcase series.[1]

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Plot

The film starts with two men pursuing a grey cat in an attempt to shoot it dead. The cat supposedly jumps into the river and is presumed dead. As the two men leave in a limousine with a crime boss called Rough Cut, Catwoman is shown under the bridge with the grey cat, which has a yellow wristband around its neck, grabbing Catwoman's interest.

Later on, Rough Cut and his two cohorts go to a strip club. As a woman dances and strips, he gives her a small chunk of diamond. Catwoman enters the strip club and covers for the other stripper women, but this only proves to be a way for her to confront Rough Cut. As every single person has already fled the strip club, Catwoman and Rough Cut are left alone. After a short fight, he escapes before she can get him. Some while later, Catwoman attacks Rough Cut whilst he is driving a craned truck. Catwoman slips the crane hook under the truck and escapes before it crashes, the hook flying over and slicing a ship full of goods in half. The truck overturns and Rough Cut is killed.

When Catwoman goes to the ship, she finds a group of trafficked girls, which is revealed to be the mysterious cargo shipment. Catwoman notices Holly Robinson to be one of the girls. As the police arrive, Selina Kyle comforts Holly, giving her the yellow wristband that belonged to Holly before she was trafficked. Selina also gives Holly a handful of diamonds because she is in need. The film ends with Catwoman jumping from one building to another as Holly watches her disappear into the night.

Cast

DC Showcase: Catwoman stars Eliza Dushku reprising her role as the titular character. Dushku previously played Catwoman in the animated film Batman: Year One.[2][3]

Critical reception

DC Showcase: Catwoman was met with mixed reviews from critics. Jack Brink of Screen Rant described the short as "mature" and filled with "violent and brutal action", noting that it has a 3.2/5 on Letterboxd.[4]

External links

References

  1. ^ "First Look: Eliza Dushku Pounces into Animated Catwoman Role". TVGuide.com. Retrieved 2023-10-31.
  2. ^ Monteil, Abby. "Every actress who has ever played Catwoman in movies, TV, and video games". Insider. Retrieved 2023-10-31.
  3. ^ Cassidy, Mark (2011-07-24). "Eliza Dushku On Voicing Catwoman In Batman: Year One". ComicBookMovie.com. Retrieved 2023-10-31.
  4. ^ Brink, Jack (2022-10-07). "10 Best DC Showcase Shorts, According To Letterboxd". ScreenRant. Retrieved 2023-10-31.
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