More than two decades after he played Batman, Michael Keaton has donned a cape and cowl again.
Today (June 23) is the 25th anniversary of the release of Batman, the 1989 film directed by Tim Burton that arguably paved the way for the modern era of comic-book movies.
As we debate the merits of Batfleck and get ready for DC’s two biggest superheroes to finally meet on the big screen, it seems like the perfect time for a nice blast from the past.
For Michael Keaton, playing Batman all came down to figuring out what the suit could do for him.
A sequel to the 1988 classic Beetlejuice has been stumbling through development for a few years now, but now it sounds like it might actually happen — and that’s a very, very good thing.
Does the first Batman of the blockbuster age think that the fifth will be able to pull off the role?
With Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy in the rearview mirror, the big question now is what happens next for the Caped Crusader? Turns out, long-time Batman producer Michael Uslan has a few ideas.
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It's hard to believe that it's been 24 years since the original Beetlejuice film was released. But judging by the latest comments from the proposed sequel's director, we won't have to wait much longer to see Michael Keaton back in action as our favorite weirdo ghost.
Batman was in development for nearly a decade before Tim Burton finally made it work, so it's no surprise there were multiple incarnations of the story before the creative team settled on one. It's also no surprise that at least one of those incarnations featured Batman's sidekick Robin—but it might be surprising who producers wanted to don the tights as the Boy Wonder.