• Taylor Swift posted a screenshot of Zoë Kravitz in a catsuit on her Instagram Story
  • The singer said Kravitz was "the Catwoman of dreams" and described "The Batman" as "phenomenal"
  • Swift and Kravitz have been friends for years and even shared a London COVID bubble in 2020

Taylor Swift praised Zoë Kravitz's portrayal of Catwoman after watching Robert Pattinson's "The Batman."

The "All Too Well" singer took to her Instagram Story and shared a screenshot from the movie showing Kravitz in her catsuit. "@zoeisabellakravitz IS THE CATWOMAN OF DREAMS," Swift wrote in the caption. She also described the film as "phenomenal."

The two celebrities had been friends for several years. The Catwoman actress was spotted joining Swift, Cara Delevingne, Dakota Johnson and more at New York City's The Fat Radish restaurant in 2016.

Swift and Kravitz also shared a London COVID bubble in 2020 when Kravitz filmed the DC superhero movie with Pattinson. The "Blankspace" hitmaker even assisted Kravitz with a socially distanced photoshoot for The New York Times Magazine's "Great Performers" issue at the time, People reported.

"Zoe was being very strict about [social distancing guidelines] anyway because she's shooting a movie [The Batman], and Taylor Swift was in her pod and willing to assist," editor-in-chief Jake Silverstein told WWD.

Kravitz has received a lot of praise for her performance in "The Batman," including from her stepdad, Jason Momoa, who watched the premiere in the Big Apple and attended the afterparty. The "Aquaman" star was also photographed bonding with Kravitz's boyfriend, Channing Tatum.

The "Dune" actor shared photos from the event on Instagram, and he raved about his stepdaughter's performance, saying Lisa Bonet's daughter was perfect for her role.

"So excited for everyone to see @thebatman @zoeisabellakravitz your [sic] perfect as cat woman. I'm so proud of you. [S]o excited for @snl next week you're going to kill it. We had a wonderful time in NYC," Momoa wrote.

Momoa attended the event with his two children with Bonet — Lola, 14, and Nakoa-Wolf, 13. He also thanked the press for giving them "space" months after he and Bonet confirmed their split.

Kravitz shared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" how she prepared for her role as Catwoman. According to the 33-year-old actress, she studied cats and "hung out with cats a lot." She even had a "cat time" and drank milk like a cat.

"They tried to get me to know the cats that were Selina's cats, and it's funny, they would say, 'Training at 1:30, and then rehearsal at this time, and then cat time,' and I was like, 'What's cat time?' And it was just putting me in a room with a bunch of cats, the cats that were going to be my cats," Kravitz shared. "But the cats didn't care … it did nothing."

"The Batman" is still showing in theaters exclusively. It will premiere on HBO Max on April 19.

Taylor Swift attends her "All Too Well" short film premiere in New York in November 2021
Taylor Swift attends her "All Too Well" short film premiere in New York in November 2021 AFP / ANGELA WEISS