She knows she can't stay away from such a big launch, and she'll be expected to sit through the film. The actress admits the pressure of watching herself on screen has been heightened by the fact she is playing a role made famous by one of her acting icons, Michelle Pfeiffer.
"I need to have a helmet, and Christopher Nolan needs to sit next to me and press a button whenever I appear on the screen so I can have sensory deprivation," she told ew.com.
And she insists that the idea won't ruin her enjoyment of the film. "I know the story. I won't be lost," she added.