While Madonna has one of the biggest musical careers of all time, she recently revealed that she could also have one of the biggest acting career without sad decisions.
The music scene appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday to promote his new special Paramount + concert, which turned the tide into his movie career. Fallon inquired about the report that she rejected the role in the usual cult showgirls, which she said was true, but did not worry about approving it. She added, however, that she regretted not giving up the ball jacket to play Catwoman at Tim Burton’s Batman Returns, a role that went to Michelle Pfeiffer instead. “I’ve seen both of them and I regret rejecting Catwoman,” she said, calling the role “severe,” while “Showgirls? No.”
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But while there have been rumors about Madonna’s rejection and these two roles, she shocked viewers by revealing another film character she ignored. “I also turned down a role in The Matrix. Can you believe that? I wanted to commit suicide,” he said. The singer is probably referring to the unique female role of the film, Trinity, who was later played by Carrie-Anne Moss. “Poor Madonna,” Fallon joked. But he went on to say, “It’s like one of the best movies ever made,” adding, “A very small part of me only regrets this moment in my life.”