Michelle Pfeiffer's had a pretty long and illustrious career, but to our generation she'll always largely be defined by two roles— Elvira Hancock in "Scarface" (1983) and Catwoman in "Batman Returns" (1992).
Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and all, she's now 53 years old. And while she certainly looks good for her age, for someone who was once a real sex symbol, it's got to be wearing on her a bit that father time is ticking.
"I'm all for a little [plastic surgery here] and there -- fine," she tells Elle magazine. "It doesn't matter to me if people have plastic surgery or they don't, or if they do Botox."
It's long been rumored that Pfeiffer had a nose job done in the early part of her career, but as far back as just a few years ago she denied having ever had any work done on her face. Will she have it now? Guess we'll see when she reteams with Tim Burton for the upcoming film "Dark Shadows," which is due out next year.