The actress spoke to MTV News about the iconic role and the legendary skin-tight costume she was required to wear, insisting that despite the occasional discomfort, she would not change anything about the experience.
"The best [part of the job]? I'm in Batman. That was the best. The worst, it doesn't matter - I'm in Batman," Hathaway explained.
"Like, this is not the sort of job where you nitpick or find things to complain about. I was as happy as I've been on anything on this one, it was 'Count your lucky stars every single day'."
She also offered her advice to up-and-coming actresses who look up to her as a model of success, adding: "Work with people you trust and they'll take care of you , don't try to please anyone with it. Because I think if I had been forced to fit a certain ideal I wouldn't have been able to do it. But everyone's attitude was, 'Become the character physically', and then that's the way the suit is meant to look."
Hathaway recently revealed that The Dark Knight Rises finished shooting early and came in under budget.