Promoting her latest film, Anne Hathaway was spotted greeting fans after an interview on the "Today" show in New York City, New York on Thursday (July 12).
Sporting sunglasses to shield her eyes from the flashing cameras, the "Love and Other Drugs" actress posed for a round of pictures with some eager fans looking fabulous in a floral print dress with a lace collar.
Talking about her role as Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises", Anne admitted her character had "a little bit to do" with Batman coming back to Gotham, but refused to give anything else away about the film, telling "Today's" Matt Lauer, "I can't send you a bat signal because they don't work in the daytime."
When asked about her favorite part of the movie, Anne thought for a moment before replying, "I love the fighting. I really did not expect to love the fighting as much as I did I'm a fairly low-key person but it turns out I really like to kick."
Anne also confessed that - when she saw her batty co-star Christian Bale in costume for the first time - she was flustered, reminiscing, "That was cool.... A fantasy, indeed. I had a total fan moment the first time he spoke in the Batman voice. I just like kind of giggled, it was a little unprofessional but I couldn't help it."
As for her tight leather Catwoman costume, the 29-year-old said it was "a little too big and I thought that I might stress myself out if I focused too much about how it was looking."
In the end, the actress credits the director for being able to really tap into her character, stating, "It would have been really scary if Chris Nolan had not been the one directing it.... You do this long enough, you have good moments, you have bad moments, good films, bad films, and it can make you a little gun shy about really letting go.... But if you can't trust Chris Nolan ... I don't know who you can trust."
Check out Anne's entire interview from the "Today" show earlier today.