Pop Culture Fix: Zoë Kravitz Says Her Catwoman Is Bisexual, Probably Can’t Sit Right in Chairs

I’ve had Hanson’s “MmmBop” stuck in my head for like ten days and if anyone knows how I can get it out of there, PLEASE DO SOMETHING! HELP ME, DIBBY BOP DOP MMM BOP OP HEELLP! In the meantime, here is your mid-week Pop Culture Fix.


+ Zoë Kravitz says her Catwoman is bisexual, which makes sense due to Catwoman being gay as hell. Also, it is very important to me that you see the cat dress she wore to The Batman premiere. Look at these cat boobs!

Zoe Kravitz in a black dress that has cat shaped covers for her boobs

Photo by Cindy Ord/WireImage

+ This is the wildest headline I have read in a good minute. It’s like an SEO Mad Lib. Evan Rachel Wood Plays Madonna in Daniel Radcliffe’s Weird Al Roku Movie.

+ Ariana DeBose will star as Calypso in the Sony/Marvel movie, Kraven The Hunter.

+ Starz has renewed Hightown for a third season.

+ Why Ashley Banks is one of Bel-Air’s most important character updates. (Carmen wrote more about this in last week’s Boobs on Your Tube!)

+ Year Of The Vampire: Daughters Of Darkness And The Seduction Of Sadistic Sapphism

+ Javon Walton shares last-minute changes to Euphoria’s season two finale.

+ Despite the growing behind the scenes toxicity, Euphoria is destroying ratings and engagement records on Twitter and HBO Max.

+ Before last night’s State of the Union, Angelica Ross gave us the state of the LGBTQ union and called on Joe Biden to protect trans kids.

+ Elliot Page, Jamie Lee Curtis, Gabrielle Union slam Gov. Greg Abbott’s horrific new policy, which criminalizes caregiving for trans youth. (Here’s more on Texas’ attack on trans kids.)

+ Jessica Jones is moving to Disney+!

+ Black Girl Nerds has an exclusive featurette from The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder. And you can read Nic’s review right here on Autostraddle dot com.


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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter, and Instagram.

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12 Comments

  1. Back in my really good ally definitely not gay days, I was chaperoning a queer teen prom and I had an obnoxious song in my head, and one of the gay elders recommended listening to Firedoor by Ani DiFranco because it’s got such a weird rhythm that it can’t get stuck in your head, and it’ll drive anything out. Works like a charm, and possibly made me gay.

  2. Didn’t Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman have blink and miss it bisexual vibes in The Dark Knight Rises, too? Literally nothing changed in a decade lol. Bisexuality is a little spice for otherwise heteronormative superhero movies.

  3. my last name is hansen and I looked a lot like the littlest hanson and every day my bus driver would yell are you in that band hanson ??? and I’d be like calvin please stop you’re ruining my life

    thanks for letting me share my truth

  4. Heather this will cure you of Hanson altogether. All three brothers are Republicans. The youngest brother Zac’s Pinterest was discovered and it was full of anti trans, anti gay, anti BLM, pro gun memes.

  5. Heather as you command, so shall it be. I absolutely looked at the cat boobs.

    I can’t help you for the earworm. I myself have “For the benefit of Mr Kite” stuck in my head for the past two weeks. Luckily I don’t know the song that’s stuck in yours, otherwise something tells me it wouldn’t be a good swap.

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